Following the Boston Red Sox’ 2-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday, the team held a ceremony honoring the life of former Red Sox legend Johnny Pesky.
Johnny Pesky, the Red Sox legend who passed away at age 93 in August, was honored Sunday at Fenway Park.
He was a dedicated Red Sox for parts of eight different decades, and now the place Johnny Pesky called home will give him a proper farewell.
Pitchers from Josh Beckett on down are dreadful. Beckett has gotta go and I’m sure Boston will try to drop him like a bad habit…..because he is…but who the hell is going pay a knucklehead, crybaby with 5 wins this season…$16 million to sign. Nobody!! And just to show the total lack of class by Beckett and most of his teammates, he didn’t even show up for Johnny Pesky’s wake.
When Red Sox players arrived at Fenway Park on Thursday afternoon, they likely knew the questions were coming about why the majority of them missed the funeral of Johnny Pesky.
Johnny Pesky was revered in Red Sox Nation for 60 years, but Toucher & Rich question whether Sox skipping his funeral should be that big of a deal.
The Boston Red Sox honored the late Johnny Pesky prior to their 5-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels Tuesday night at Fenway Park.
Sports Final producer Joe Giza put together a great piece to remember the late Johnny Pesky.
Hundreds of fans, friends, and former players paid their their final respects Sunday to Red Sox legend Johnny Peksy.
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