Alex Rodriguez took over fifth place with his 631st career home run, Eric Chavez added two homers and the New York Yankees spoiled the Boston Red Sox 100th anniversary celebration of Fenway Park with a 6-2 win Friday
Fenway Park, home of fanatics, flakes, fires and flameouts celebrates 100 years of baseball as the Red Sox host the Yankees Friday.
Josh Beckett pitched eight solid innings and the Boston Red Sox rebounded from a rough road trip with a 12-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday in their home opener.
Red Sox fans have honored a fallen police chief and law enforcement officers wounded in two separate shootings.
The Red Sox may be struggling, but the team’s beloved Fenway Park continues to win over fans as it celebrates its 100th birthday.
The century-old home of the Boston Red Sox is being listed on the National Registry of Historic Places to help ensure decades of new thrills.
The Boston Red Sox are planning a big party for the 100th birthday of Fenway Park.
David Mellor, grounds director for the Boston Red Sox’s home turf, is scheduled to mow their iconic logo into a grassy knoll at Foxwoods Resort Casino on Friday.
No major league baseball park has ever reached its 100th birthday. So the Boston Red Sox think Fenway Park deserves quite a party.
Jim Calhoun was excited to return to Fenway Park to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. The longtime Red Sox fan is in no rush to decide whether to return as coach of Connecticut.