If You Want To Watch Some Baseball In Person, Fans Can Turn To Futures Collegiate Baseball LeagueThere is only one league in town where you can see some future stars shine: The Futures Collegiate Baseball League. And fans will be able to catch some games in person in the near future.
Red Sox Fans Are Going To Love Blaze Jordan And His Big BatIt shouldn't take long for Blaze Jordan to become a fan favorite among Red Sox fans, whether it's because of his unique name or ability to hit some towering homers.
A Realistic Expectation & Other Important Red Sox Questions With Dan RocheCan the Red Sox make a postseason push? Who will lead the way in the clubhouse, and who is their ace? Dan Roche answers some tough questions ahead of a shortened 2020 season.
Futures Collegiate Baseball League Starting Season In July, With Four Massachusetts-Based TeamsThe Futures Collegiate Baseball League announced that the 2020 season will begin on Thursday, July 2. The season will run through August 19.
Trio Of Local College Stars Take Another Step Toward Making It To Big LeaguesJoe Suozzi, Sam Jacobsak and Nick Raposa all made a name for themselves on the diamond for Boston colleges, and are now taking another step toward reaching their dream of playing in the Major Leagues.
Peter Gammons: MLB Should Embrace The Fun Of A Shortened SchedulePeter Gammons said the league has an opportunity to really make the most of the situation.
Sports Final: Dan Roche Has Had Enough Of This MLB FightDan Roche is done pounding the ball into his mitt: He wants baseball back. And he's not sparing either side from any of the blame.
Westborough's Ian Seymour Feeling Good About Hearing His Name Called During 2020 MLB DraftIan Seymour, a lefty pitcher for Virginia Tech and Westborough native, is hoping to hear his name during the 2020 MLB Draft.
Shortened 2020 MLB Draft Presents Challenges For Players And TeamsThe MLB Draft is supposed to open the door for thousands of prospective players to start their journey to a pro career. That will not be the case in 2020.
My Dad Is A Superhero: BC's Ryan Betro Details His Father's Recovery From COVID-19Boston College defensive tackle Ryan Betro gave the world something to smile about Thursday night, sharing video of his father, Richard, being released from Brigham And Women's hospital after a lengthy battle with COVID-19. He shared his father's long battle and recovery with WBZ-TV's Dan Roche.
Terry Francona Reflects On Red Sox Incredible Run To 2004 World Series TitleOne of the few benefits of living in a sports-less world is getting to relive some of our favorite memories. And for Boston fans, 2004 ranks at the top of the list.
Terry Francona Shares Some Great Stories From Managing Michael Jordan On The Baseball DiamondFor one season, Michael Jordan tried to go from NBA superstar to MLB hopeful. Terry Francona was his manager in the minors, and has a few amazing stories to tell from that one season.
With Tom Brady Leaving Town, Roger Clemens Discusses His Own Departure From Boston Sports SceneRoger Clemens knows a thing or two about returning to Boston as an enemy. He shared his thoughts on his 1997 return to Fenway and Tom Brady's departure with WBZ-TV's Dan Roche.
Revolution Goalkeeper Matt Turner In Awe Of Older Sister, A Frontline Nurse In New YorkAs a pro athlete, New England Revolution goaltender Matt Turner is used to being in the spotlight. But with the coronavirus front and center, his focus has shifted to his older sister.
With No Spring Sports, High School Juniors Lose Best Recruiting Pitch For CollegeFor high school athletes, junior year is their best chance to show college coaches that they can play at the next level. But spring sports athletes will not have that opportunity this year.