Hall of Fame Baseball writer Peter Gammons called in to Toucher and Rich Wednesday morning to preview Game 6, and discuss what has been a truly memorable postseason run for the Red Sox.
Practically no one alive can remember seeing such an event unfold: The Boston Red Sox could win a World Series title on the celebrated green grass at Fenway Park.
Superstition in sports is well-known and well chronicled. For the 2013 Boston Red Sox, it’s the beard. With the Red Sox one win away from clinching their first World Series title at Fenway Park in 95 years, we want to know – what’s your game day ritual?
A Red Sox World Series at Fenway may seem priceless to big time fans. But enjoying the game does come at a cost.
Gresh & Zo breakdown the Game 5 victory for the Red Sox over the Cardinals.
The Red Sox are headed back to Boston for Game 6 of the World Series leading the series 3-2 over the Cardinals. T&R sent Adolfo out to the Back Bay Fens to try and find Mikey, but he was no where to be found. However, Adolfo did run into another interesting Red Sox fan.
James Taylor sang the National Anthem before Game Two of the World Series at Fenway Park Thursday night, but for a moment he seemed to lose his place.
The Red Sox were able to score some runs early and capitalize on a few mistakes the Cardinals to take Game 1 of the World Series 8-1. Adolfo was outside Fenway Park after the game to talk to the excited Red Sox fans leaving the ballpark.
Having the World Series back in the Hub is big business. Just how big depends on who you ask.
Boston sports artist Mark Waitkus says with each stroke of his brush he has the chance to paint Red Sox history.