Grantland has the amazing story of the "drug-addled, beer-guzzling hardcore punks who made the most popular T-shirts in Boston history."
Because? Yes, because, the Herald reports. That's it? Well, O'Brien is "well known for bringing out the nuances of baseball strategy, sharing insights about players." Wait, isn't that what Remy's supposed to do?
Dennis and Callahan report. We'll always have the Pizza Toss.
Beat the Mariners 22-10 (a day after beating them 15-1).
WBZ reports comments by Jon Lester, who was successfully treated for lymphoma in 2007.
Surviving Grady says farewell to Mike Napoli.
Yes, 2015 was a tough year for Napster. But it was far outweighed by what he brought to the table in 2013. May he forever run, buzzed and shirtless, down the Boylston Street of our hearts.
Why, yes, of course there is no finer use for highway signboards than urging Massholes to get Xander Bogaerts to the All-Star Game.
Sox to retire Pedro Martinez's number next month.
WHDH reports on the second-inning incident.
Jeff Tamagini watched the sun go down on Fenway Park (not the Sox season) last night.
Anusha Mookherjee sighted him at Fenway tonight.
Of course, you know who the Wall is.
Bryan Joiner cannot stop marveling over the way Betts stole second, looked around, then just kept going to third against the Nationals on Monday:
And so he will, in Cooperstown, many years from now (unless the BBWAA just recognizes the inevitability of Mookie and makes him the first-ever active player enshrined), where we will tug our exhausted families, with our five children named Mookie, to see him speak. "Thatâ€™s who youâ€™re named after!," weâ€™ll say, and the kids will know, because youâ€™ve told them every day. "He stole third one time, and nothing was ever the same," youâ€™ll continue, and they wonâ€™t care, and then youâ€™ll show them the play, and, for a moment, their eyes will light up.
The BAC Library posted a copy of the Fenway map from the 1917 Bromley atlast of Boston.
Mayor Walsh today signed an ordinance raising the fines for parking in resident-only spaces around Fenway Park on game days from $40 to $100 - just one day after the City Council approved the idea.
The increased fine will remain in place through the end of the year - after which city officials will evaluate them to see if it worked to free up spaces for Fenway residents. The $100 tickets will be doled out to cars without resident stickers starting two hours before a game and ending two hours after.