Xander Bogaerts went 0-for-3 in his debut Tuesday night – where does it stack up against other Sox debuts?
WIth the Red Sox closing their Fenway Park portion of the schedule Wednesday night, Dan Roche tries to come up with the all-time best Red Sox line-up, rotation, and bullpen.
With the passing of Red Sox legend Johnny Pesky on Monday, there has been an outpouring of reaction from the Red Sox community.
Reggie Jackson spoke to Sports Illustrated for this month’s issue, and he offered his opinions on who should not be in the Hall of Fame. Unsurprisingly, Jackson didn’t hold back.
Former Red Sox starting pitcher Dennis “Oil Can” Boyd joined Toucher & Rich to discuss his new book “They Call Me Oil Can: Baseball, Drugs, and Life on the Edge.” The guys discussed fits he threw during games, his drug use and anger towards former teammates who he feels hurt him.
After Tim Wakefield and Jason Varitek announced their retirements during spring training, it was only fitting to have the two throw out the first pitch for the Red Sox’ 2012 Home Opener.
Jim Rice, the Peabody firefighter who died two days before Christmas, was a huge Patriots fan. He had season tickets for 18 years.
The cause of a fire that killed a Peabody firefighter last month was electrical, the state fire marshal said Wednesday.
Hundreds of firefighters and well-wishers have paid their last respects to a Peabody firefighter who died battling a fire last week.
A wake has been scheduled for a Peabody firefighter who died battling a fire last week.