Shaughnessy is getting a lot of flack about an article he wrote back in February, but he’s definitely not the only one who predicted the Red Sox to finish last.
Red Sox closer Koji Uehara doesn’t speak English, but he has a Twitter account and tweets in Japanese. After games, Koji takes to Twitter to express his thoughts. We translated those thoughts Friday morning.
World Series ticket prices were selling for record prices, so there was a different breed of Red Sox fans in attendance. That is, people with a ton of money. Adolfo took to the streets and panhandled to see how much money he could get.
Fans lined up for hours to see one of their beloved champs, Daniel Nava signing autographs at Modell’s in Medford.
The Baseball Hall of Fame is putting the Red Sox World Series victory on display.
While David Ortiz’s MVP honors is rightfully earned, this helped start a discussion Thursday afternoon on the Felger & Mazz show about which Red Sox player deserves consideration for the team’s regular season MVP.
Listen to WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s coverage from a tragic day on Boylston Street to Wednesday night’s victory, a comeback for the team and the city.
Gresh & Zo didn’t spend much time on it, but on Thursday afternoon they weighed in on Jonny Gomes’ postgame interview with Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports.
Gresh & Zo break down the Red Sox World Series Championship and the improbable 2013 season.
A conversation took place Thursday morning with Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe about whether other teams around baseball will follow the Red Sox model of signing competitive players with chemistry over high-priced free agents.