Price comes through! And Rafael Devers. And even Kimbrel.
Garden chanting “JBJ!! JBJ!!!” just now as everyone slowly learned about the grand slam and this is the most Boston thing ever LOVE IT
Craig Caplan spotted the banner on the Cathedral Church of St. Paul on Tremont Street this afternoon.
The Esplanade Fiedler Head is sporting a 17-foot-wide, 7-foot-tall knit Sox cap this morning in honor of the team's ALDS victory last night, courtesy of the the Esplanade Association.
“My father was a Red Sox fan and I often joined him at Fenway Park for games. I’m sure he would approve of the donning of a Red Sox hat, especially this year,” said Peter Fiedler, son of legendary Boston Pops conductor Arthur Fiedler.
Kay Hanley has some thoughts about that interchange between Sox pitcher Ryan Brasier and Yankees batter Gary Sanchez in Saturday's game (put those ear buds in first if you're at work):
WFXT reports. The Sox have yet to actually win the AL East title (although they could tonight).
Brandon Bowser captured the scene before this afternoon's Mets/Sox game.
WBZ reports on Jabari Bird's arrest last night in Brighton.
The Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports Dunkin' Donuts has been using cups emblazoned with the Philadelphia Eagles logo to serve up iced coffee and tea there.
Panzer immediately reacted, covering up the offending graphic with a Koozie - an insulating cover - with a Patriots logo on it.
Just a logistics mistake, the company - founded in Quincy, of course - swears.
Adam Castiglioni spotted former British Prime Minister David Cameron heading into Fenway to watch his two favorite ex-colonial teams: Boston and Philadelphia.
McClatchy reports US Rep. Devin Nunes of California used political donations to buy some $15,000 worth of Celtics tickets last year.
Nunes, R-Calif., has reportedly been a Celtics fan since high school, though he grew up in Tulare, California. He used the money from his political action committee last year on three occasions to buy tickets.
H/t Lily Goldman.
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