There is little joy in Red Sox Nation this morning.
It's bad enough the team's 25-day stay atop the American League East came to an end with a... Read more
Are the Red Sox making deals, releasing veterans, and burning up the phone lines because they are afraid they can't win another championship as... Read more
There was a flight to Chicago to catch yesterday afternoon, but surely that could wait for a few Red Sox to pause on their way out of the clubhouse... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Unlike Lou Piniella, who grabbed the chance to come home even if it added 10 years of worry lines to his visage, David... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- There was the captain, next to his locker, the body that had cranked out a solo homer in the ninth and an RBI double in the... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Red Sox lifted off into the Florida sky last night bound for Logan Airport and the brief ride to Fenway Park, where... Read more
You could take the full 103 minutes of the rain delay in last night's 10-6 Red Sox win over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and still not have enough time... Read more
If only the Sox could bottle this -- the passion, the energy, the team-becoming-a-team situations that seem to arise, time and again, against the... Read more
Several folks living in Encino, Calif., even those non-baseball fans, know of Kevin Millar. That's because of a beaming, blond woman who, in most... Read more
On a team of idiots, John Olerud would seem to be a misfit.
Olerud might not be the guy dancing on the coffee table with a lamp shade over his... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Too close for comfort?
David Ortiz, whose ninth-inning home run (No. 44 this season) and four RBIs were still not enough... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- When David Ortiz's second parabolic blast of the night and 46th of the season, a 451-footer, crashed in the children's... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- So, this is how it happens.
Monday night, a 5-foot-11-inch, 190-pounder named Bubba strikes a walkoff pose in the Bronx,... Read more
There's only one conclusion you can draw: The Red Sox and Devil Rays are incapable of playing a normal baseball game.
In last night's 7-4 win... Read more
Tampa Bay lefthander Scott Kazmir didn't care for comments Curt Schilling made this week on WEEI radio, when Boston's ace said the reason the Red... Read more
It was 2 and 2 to Mike Lowell with two outs in the sixth inning last night, Mark Loretta on second, Manny Ramírez on first, and the Sox behind,... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Looking pale and sick, Matt Clement stood by his locker and, in a voice made raspy by asthma, declined to talk to reporters... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Think of the options available to Theo Epstein had he chosen to stay home this weekend. He could have popped into the... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Wily Mo Peña, who followed Mike Lowell's second home run of the season in the ninth inning yesterday by hitting his third,... Read more
One day during the Barry Bonds watch in San Francisco, Giants manager Felipe Alou was watching a Red Sox-Yankees game. Mark Loretta was up and Alou... Read more
David Wells lay writhing in pain, on his back near the mound, sweat pouring down his head.
The oldest pitcher to ever start a game for the Red... Read more
They waited two minutes, yelling and screaming and banging. Long enough for the chants of ``We want Curt" to soften, as if the crowd had started to... Read more
Once, in high school, as the tale goes, Joey Gathright was hanging around the parking lot waiting for a lift home and jumped over his football... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- David Wells, who hadn't set foot in a Red Sox clubhouse since June 7 at Yankee Stadium, showed up yesterday and played... Read more
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Walk into the Devil Rays' clubhouse, canvass the room, and you will walk out with this conclusion: Personal feelings aside,... Read more
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