Red Sox

By - 4/7/11 - 2:51 pm

Wally and Davey

What's going on in this photo? Your caption, please (official reason for the photo in the comments).

By - 4/7/11 - 11:49 am

Walked into the West Roxbury Panera to discover they have a weekly singalong for the under-3 set every Thursday. For some reason, one of the songs the guitarist chose was "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," whose lyrics he modified slightly:

So it's root, root, root for the Red Sox
If they don't win it's a shame

Yes, we start 'em young here in RSN.... Read more

By - 4/6/11 - 10:50 am

The Red Sox today submitted plans to the Boston Licensing Board to sell what it said would be diluted mixed drinks at five locations inside the ballpark. In an effort to placate city officials, the team said it would not sell mixed drinks in the bleachers - although officials agreed bleacher fans could easily walk to one of the five other stands where the team... Read more

By - 4/4/11 - 8:46 pm

Sox Ntn NY

Bri9801 spotted this confused soul driving around Boston.

By - 4/4/11 - 11:47 am

The New England Center for Investigative Reporting analyzes Sox ticket sales:

Ticket resellers play a double role. First, ticket brokers like Ace Tickets regularly resell season tickets and luxury perches controlled by companies or wealthy individuals, often for double or more their face value depending on interest in the game.

But the resellers even compete aggressively for the bleacher, grandstand and other seats that

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By - 4/1/11 - 6:43 am

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, your 1911 Red Sox. Those Sox finished fourth in their final year in the Huntington Avenue Grounds. Here, player-manager Jake Stahl (who would lead the Sox to their first Fenway World Series win the next year) and
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By - 3/31/11 - 9:30 pm

Don Orsillo Catchphrase Bingo - ready for printing; even comes with appropriate markers.

By - 3/31/11 - 11:19 am

The Globe reports city officials are opposing plans by the Sox to expand mixed-drink sales beyond the seats where rich people sit. The matter's now before the Boston Licensing Board, which plans a hearing next Wednesday.

By - 3/28/11 - 10:31 am

Because otherwise, some Sox fans might be panicking.

By - 3/15/11 - 2:01 am

Photo of the Day from FokNewsChannel. Also, an open thread to talk about the Red Sox or "whatever".


By - 3/2/11 - 8:44 pm

NESN announced today a new slogan for its 2011 Red Sox coverage: "We're all in."

Just one problem, as Stephanie discovered:

We're all inAnd they announced it in December.... Read more

By - 2/8/11 - 7:09 am

How are you celebrating?

By - 12/28/10 - 10:18 am

Heyman is the Sports Illustrated writer who gave Red Sox Nation a collective heart attack with a single tweet saying the Adrian Gonzalez deal was dead. Only it wasn't. Through the lens of a Gorden Edes column on Gonzalez, Paul SF examines just how much Heyman sucks. Even after it became obvious his alleged source was wrong, Heyman never issued a retraction:... Read more

By - 12/10/10 - 10:55 pm

The Wall Street Journal reports they're fuming on the Mersey, worried all that money means nothing's left for their soccer team, now owned by the same people who own the Sox.

H/t Stephanie.

By - 12/9/10 - 12:08 am

Say hello to Carl Crawford.

If you're on Twitter, drop him a tweet. If you're on Facebook, try to reassure the five Rays fans that we'll take good care of him.

By - 12/5/10 - 3:41 pm

No Duck Boat tour for him, it seems.

8:30 p.m. UPDATE: This is why they pay Theo the big bucks: Now it sounds like the deal is on after all.

By - 12/4/10 - 10:07 am

This changes everything, right? See ya, the other Adrian, thanks for the memories.

By - 11/24/10 - 9:39 am

With Victor Martinez heading to Detroit, Jimmy takes a look at five other players the Sox let go rather than pay extra big bucks to: Bay, Cabrera, Damon, Lowe and Pedro Martinez:

I'm somewhat comforted by the fact that Victor Martinez is more similar to Bay and Damon than he is to Lowe and Cabrera, and maybe the front office is more astute at

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By - 11/3/10 - 6:59 am

Yes, they asked for state historic-preservation tax credits for the work. The state said no. But don't worry. The Herald reports the Sox are still eligible for several million in tax credits for restoring the historic ballpark.