• Alex Cora Nov 6, 2020

    Alex Cora Returning as Red Sox Manager

    Alex Cora is returning as manager of the Boston Red Sox, the team announced Friday. Cora and the Sox have agreed to a two-year contract that will run through the 2022 season, with a two-year club option for the 2023 and 2024 seasons. Cora, 45, who has won two World Series titles with the Red Sox, one as a player…

  • Boston Red Sox Sep 28, 2020

    Ron Roenicke Not Returning as Red Sox Manager Next Season

    Ron Roenicke waited five years after his previous managerial job for another opportunity. When it finally came, it wasn’t much of an opportunity at all. The Red Sox told Roenicke before the final game of the season on Sunday that he will not be back in 2021, ending his tenure as a one-year, shotgun stopgap for a pandemic-shortened season with…

  • coroanvirus Aug 19, 2020

    No Fans at Gillette Stadium, Fenway Park Through September

    New England Patriots fans will all be watching games at home for at least the start of this football season because of the coronavirus, while Boston Red Sox fans won’t get a chance to watch the team in person at all this year. Officials at Gillette Stadium said Tuesday that they were told by the Massachusetts Reopening Advisory Board...

  • red sox Jul 30, 2020

    John McNamara, Manager of Ill-Fated '86 Red Sox, Dies at 88

    John McNamara, who managed the Boston Red Sox to within one strike of a World Series victory in 1986 before an unprecedented collapse on the field extended the team’s championship drought into the new millennium, has died. He was 88. McNamara died Tuesday at his home in Tennessee, his wife, Ellen, told The Associated Press. The death was unexpected and…

  • red sox Jul 27, 2020

    Red Sox's Rodriguez Awaits Test on COVID Related Heart Issue

    Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez said he is awaiting results of additional testing after doctors recently discovered an issue with his heart they believe is a result of his recent bout with COVID-19. The 27-year-old left-hander tested positive for the coronavirus before the start of summer camp, but was cleared and returned to workouts on July 18. He hasn’t had…

  • Boston Red Sox Jul 22, 2020

    Red Sox Raise Large Black Lives Matter Sign at Fenway Park

    The Boston Red Sox made a very visible statement of anti-racism Wednesday as they put up a huge Black Lives Matter sign on an exterior wall of Fenway Park. The sign, which says “Black Lives Matter” in large letters followed by the Sox’ logo, faces the Massachusetts Turnpike and directs viewers to the Red Sox Foundation website for more information….

  • red sox Jul 11, 2020

    Mike Ryan, Catcher on Boston's ‘Impossible Dream' Team, Dies

    Mike Ryan, the backup catcher on the Boston Red Sox’s 1967 “Impossible Dream” team during a 35-year career in professional baseball, has died. He was 78....

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    The Red Sox said Ryan died in his sleep Tuesday in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire....

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    A native of Haverhill, Ryan appeared in 636 games with the Red Sox, Phillies and Pirates from 1964-74. He was Boston’s...

  • Boston Red Sox Jul 4, 2020

    Two Red Sox Players Test Positive for Coronavirus

    Two Red Sox players have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to Red Sox Manager Ron Roenicke.  Darwinzon Hernandez and Josh Taylor had positive test results. Another player’s test results are still pending.  Friday was the first day for players and staff to return to Fenway Park for summer training camp as Major League Baseball prepares to resume its...

  • Major League Baseball Apr 22, 2020

    MLB Docks Red Sox 2020 Draft Pick Following Sign Stealing Probe

    Major League Baseball released its report on the Boston Red Sox sign-stealing investigation Wednesday, docking the team a second-round draft pick in the 2020 draft because a video replay operator had used game feeds to revise signs. Former manager Alex Cora, who led the Sox to a World Series title and the most wins in team history in 2018, has…

  • John Krasinski Apr 13, 2020

    John Krasinski Surprises COVID-19 Unit at Boston Hospital With Red Sox Tickets for Life

    Like baseball fans across the country, the health care staff at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston are dealing with the void during an unusual spring season. But John Krasinski has some good news for them. The Newton native on Sunday released the third episode of his YouTube series “Some Good News,” a newscast focusing on all of the…

  • David Ortiz Apr 7, 2020

    Big Papi to Boston: ‘I Know We're Going to Get Through This'

    Red Sox legend David Ortiz has a message for the people of Boston during the coronavirus pandemic: it’s up to them to be clutch, now.

  • red sox Feb 11, 2020

    Red Sox Name Ron Roenicke Interim Manager

    The Boston Red Sox named bench coach Ron Roenicke interim manager Tuesday, with top team officials calling him a respected person in baseball and one who’s already been a big part of the team’s success.

  • Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon Jan 16, 2020

    ‘Tonight' News Smash: Impeachment, Red Sox Scandal, Weed Town

    Jimmy Fallon goes over Wednesday’s top headlines, including a town in Michigan that now smells entirely of weed.

  • red sox Jan 15, 2020

    Red Sox Owner Henry Speaks After Cora Departure

    Red Sox owner John Henry spoke with other club officials Wednesday following the departure of Alex Cora.

  • red sox Jan 15, 2020

    Alex Cora Out as Red Sox Manager Amid MLB Sign-Stealing Investigation

    Alex Cora is no longer the manager of the Boston Red Sox amid a sign-stealing investigation that he’d been implicated in and which Major League Baseball has been mulling disciplinary action.

  • shooting Jun 19, 2019

    11th Suspect Arrested in Dominican Republic in Ortiz Case

    Authorities in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday announced the arrest of an 11th suspect in the attempted killing of former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz. An official identified the suspect as Franklin Junior Meran. The official, who agreed to disclose the information only if not quoted by name because they weren’t authorized to discuss the case publicly, told The...

  • shooting Jun 19, 2019

    11th Suspect Arrested in Dominican Republic in Ortiz Case

    Authorities in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday announced the arrest of an 11th suspect in the attempted killing of former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz. An official identified the suspect as Franklin Junior Meran. The official, who agreed to disclose the information only if not quoted by name because they weren’t authorized to discuss the case publicly, told The...

  • president May 9, 2019

    Oops! White House Typo Welcomes World Series Champion Boston ‘Red Socks'

    World Series winners the Boston “Red Socks” will visit the White House on Thursday, according to an embarrassing typo online. The White House’s website lists the 3:45 p.m. event under its schedule of live streams, but it isn’t welcoming the champion Red Sox team.

  • president Feb 6, 2019

    Fire Rages in San Francisco After Gas Line Explosion

    World Series winners the Boston “Red Socks” will visit the White House on Thursday, according to an embarrassing typo online. The White House’s website listed the 3:45 p.m. event under its schedule of live streams, but it wasn’t welcoming the champion Red Sox team. “President Trump Welcomes the 2018 World Series Champions The Boston Red Socks to the White...

  • Boston Dec 17, 2018

    Champion Red Sox Owe Nearly $12 Million in Luxury Tax

    Boston should be happy to pay this tax bill. The World Series champion Red Sox owe $11,951,091 in luxury tax for having baseball’s top payroll, according to final calculations by the commissioner’s office obtained by The Associated Press. The only other team that owes is the Washington Nationals, who must pay $2,386,097, their second straight year with a bill.

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