There is no need to change the game of baseball when it’s already an enjoyable fan experience.
Boston Globe’s Dan Shaughnessy joins Gresh & Zo to preview the 2013 World Series matchup between Boston and St. Louis.
“Sweet Caroline” has become the Red Sox unofficial official theme song at Fenway over the last 15 years. A Herald columnist thinks the Neil Diamond hit needs a “postseason breather.” Is “Sweet Caroline” so good, so good? So bad, so bad? What would you replace it with?
“The Freedom Song (They’ll Never Take Us Down),” is a new patriotically themed song Neil Diamond will release July 2.
Neil Diamond’s 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline” is seeing an unexpected surge in sales after a surprise performance by the legendary singer-songwriter at a Boston Red Sox game on Saturday (April 20). The track sold 19,000 […]
Diamond flew into town on his own and asked the Red Sox if he could sing “Sweet Caroline” as a live performance.
Gresh and Zo go “No Huddle” on the Jets offensive line, Dez Bryant’s new rules in Dallas, and even some college football talk!
The Boston Globe’s Peter Abraham joined Toucher & Rich Monday morning to talk about a closed door meeting at Fenway, Daniel Bard’s temporary move back to the bullpen, and “Sweet Caroline” upsetting some in the media.
It’s a fan favorite at every Red Sox home game, a sing-along that revs the crowd and, fans hope, propels the Sox to victory. But we didn’t know the…
From today’s Tanguay & Zolak… Red Sox Pitcher Clay Buchholz sings “Sweet Caroline” in this new commercial.