Tag: Boston Red Sox

Weekend for Book Lovers and Rowing Fans in Boston(Oh and Red Sox Too)

Filed in Local Events, Sports, Things To Do, Tourism by on October 18, 2013 0 Comments
Weekend for Book Lovers and Rowing Fans in Boston(Oh and Red Sox Too)

The now annual Boston Book Festival has already started (October 17th to 19th) and tomorrow you will be able not only to attend some of their events but also venture over to the Charles River to experience some of the Head of the Charles Regatta fun.  It’s great to have your choice of events in […]

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Boston Red Sox Pride 2013

Filed in Sports by on October 5, 2013
Boston Red Sox Pride 2013

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Boston Red Sox – Oh the Pain!

Filed in Local News, Sports by on September 22, 2011 0 Comments
Boston Red Sox – Oh the Pain!

When the Red Sox can’t even pull out a win this year with Beckett on the mound we know that something is terribly wrong.  As a Boston sports fan it has been painful to watch the deterioration of a team that was supposed to make it into the playoffs by winning the division quite handily.  […]

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Can the Boston Red Sox Rise Above Their Injuries?

Filed in Sports by on August 3, 2010 0 Comments
Can the Boston Red Sox Rise Above Their Injuries?

I admit it I haven’t been paying close attention to the Boston Red Sox this season.  This past weekend though my family went on their annual visit to Fenway Park where the Red Sox played Detroit on Saturday.  At that point it was clear that the Red Sox are not the same team I was […]

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Welcome Back, Jason Varitek

Filed in Sports by on April 11, 2010 0 Comments
Welcome Back, Jason Varitek

The most important part of the Red Sox just-concluded three game set in Kansas City is the 2-1 series victory Boston pulled out. With the two wins, Boston is back to a .500 record overall on the young season. The two wins also snapped a three game losing streak Boston had been carrying since they […]

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Play Ball: Red Sox Open Season With Win Over Yankees

Filed in Sports by on April 6, 2010 0 Comments
Play Ball: Red Sox Open Season With Win Over Yankees

It may have only been opening day, but it felt like a playoff game. The Red Sox got their season going strong Sunday night over the Yankees in a tense matchup of big plays and nail-biting at bats. The Yankees came out quick in the second inning, as Jorge Posada and newcomer Curtis Granderson knocked […]

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Wander No-Mah: Garciaparra Signs, Retires with Red Sox

Filed in Featured, Sports by on March 11, 2010 0 Comments
Wander No-Mah: Garciaparra Signs, Retires with Red Sox

After five and a half years away from Boston, Nomar Garciaparra, returned to the Red Sox yesterday, if only for a few hours. The legendary shortstop, whose first name (pronounced, affectionately, No-mah) was once synonymous with Boston baseball, announced his retirement shortly after signing a minor league contract with the Red Sox. In a jovial […]

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Red Sox Postseason Preview: Five Questions Crucial to Playoff Success

Filed in Featured, Headline, Sports by on October 4, 2009 1 Comment
Red Sox Postseason Preview: Five Questions Crucial to Playoff Success

It seems like every October, the Red Sox find themselves once again matched up in the ALDS against the Angels and their fast-paced, small ball ethos. If history is any indicator, the Sox should have no problem vanquishing their familiar foe—they sent the Angels packing in round one in ’04, ’07, and ’08—and moving on […]

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Two Days, Three Wins: Red Sox Sweep the Rays

Filed in Headline, Sports by on September 13, 2009 0 Comments
Two Days, Three Wins: Red Sox Sweep the Rays

In the past twenty-four hours, the Red Sox have won three games while increasing their AL wild card lead to a comfortable four games. The Rays have been nothing but a nuisance the past season and a half, the perpetual thorn in the side of the Red Sox (think last year’s ALCS.) Yet, with a […]

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Red Sox and Rays, Finally Under Way

Filed in Sports by on September 12, 2009 0 Comments
Red Sox and Rays, Finally Under Way

After one day and two hours of rain delays, the much anticipated series between the Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays is finally getting underway beneath the lights at Fenway. After a monsoon rained out the game last night—a makeup is scheduled for Sunday afternoon as the first installment of a doubleheader—and a full day […]

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