Next to people in Hollywood, and everything is second to Hollywood when it comes to being incredibly stupid, the world of sports is next. I love sports, played a lot of sports, now watch a lot of sports, but please don’t let ‘em talk. I understand why sports reporters have to talk to them, but God it’s gotta be painful.
The baseball that rolled through the legs of Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner in the 1986 World Series has been sold at auction for $418,250.
Former Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner is in line to become the new hitting coach of the Cubs’ Class-A affiliate, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Schapp.
The name Bill Buckner has popped up regarding potential Red Sox bench coaches, but it appears the front office might be against bringing on the former Red Sox slugger.
The most intriguing part of Bobby Valentine’s first news conference as the Boston Red Sox manager: The possibility of making Bill Buckner his hitting coach.
A look at the next manager of the Boston Red Sox Bobby Valentine, on and off the field.
It’s one of those “Do you remember where you were?” moments for any Red Sox fan.
The prize souvenir from the 1986 World Series will go on eBay this month with a $1 million price tag.
Bill Buckner was officially introduced as the 2011 manager for the Brockton Rox on Friday, an independent professional team in the Can-Am League.
Bill Buckner talked with Toucher & Rich about his return to baseball as manager of the Brockton Rox.