Tag Archives: Boston Red Sox

Red Sox fan writes poem for Mariano Rivera


Red Sox fans and Yankees fans are sworn enemies (except if you're married or have siblings that are Red Sox / Yankees fans. Then you're only enemies for the weekend). However, if there's one thing all baseball fans have in common, it's the love for Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, who is retiring after the 2013 ...

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Yankees rally, but fall short to Red Sox with 9-8 loss in 10 innings

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It was a wild one for both the Yankees and Red Sox, but in the end the Yankees were unable to come away with the victory, falling to the Red Sox 9-8 in 10 innings. The Yankees rallied in the seventh inning of the game after being down 7-2, scoring six runs with RBI's from ...

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Yankees and Red Sox meet again with a lot at stake

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The last time the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox clashed, Alex Rodriguez was intentionally hit by a pitch and the Yankees rallied to take two out of three from the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Now, the Red Sox and Yankees will meet again, except this time it's at Yankee Stadium. ESPN ...

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Yankees will wear throwbacks during Fenway Park celebration

As part of the celebration of the 100-year anniversary of Fenway Park, the Yankees and Red Sox will wear throwback jerseys on Friday. The uniform and hat are both modeled after what the Yankees wore that day in 1912, the same year they began wearing Pinstripes. I think it looks pretty nice actually. The Yankees don't ...

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Is it 2010 all over again for the Red Sox?

Superstardom. Jacoby Ellsbury had always been an elite steals maven, once swiping 50 bags and 70 bags in back-to-back seasons. He’d regularly hit around .300, and has a .299/.354/.450 batting line. He was roughly league average with the bat, though from 2008-2009, this before accumulating 9.4 wins for the Red Sox and clocking in at ...

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The Yankee beat: D-Rob’s charity, No. 1 in MLB, Red Sox death

The winter is finally over and the Yankees have returned to action. But they lost 7-6 to the Rays when Mariano Rivera blew a save, CC Sabathia wasn't sharp, and Joe Girardi made some questionable moves. Here is what the blogosphere was talking about today. Bleeding Yankee Blue is selling t-shirts and giving $1 from each ...

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Previewing the 2012 Red Sox or: Something’s Foul in Fenway

Right about now, less than a week before the start of the 2012 Major League Baseball season, about the only thing the Red Sox Nation should be feeling good about is the additional Wild Card slot this year. And honesty, if I were them (and so happy the Good Lord chose to make me a ...

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The 2011 Red Sox are a Joke that Keeps Getting Funnier

The 2011 Red Sox were a group of men that were amongst the best in the world at what they do and were collectively paid about $170 million to do it. However, they couldn't do it because they, "needed more structure." Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester spoke with Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe in an ...

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