Here is what the newspapers of New England look like this morning. Click on each image to go to the coverage from that paper.
I'm not one to launch into poetic waxing and waning about the romanticism of baseball, and what it symbolizes to so many. This team has exceeded our wildest expectations no matter what happens over the next two nights. They've made fools out of so many who predicted another gloomy season at Fenway Park. I keep … Continue reading Red Sox Look To Bring It Home To Fenway
Bruce is out today. Check RedSoxLinks.com for all the coverage of the Red Sox 3-1 win in game five of the World Series last night. The Sox now have a chance to close out the Series tomorrow night at Fenway Park. Well, the past month sure has had its interesting moments. After a punch-in-the-head experience … Continue reading Forethoughts On Four Games: Third Quarter 2013
The Red Sox tied the World Series at two games apiece with a 4-2 win in St. Louis last night. For the second straight night, a World Series game ending in a fashion that had never previously happened. After a walk-off obstruction call on Saturday night, last night Koji Uehara picked off pinch runner Kolten … Continue reading Sox Pick Off Cardinals, Series Tied at Two
Hall of Famer Bill Sharman who was a player on the early Celtics championship teams, and then was a coach and executive with the Lakers for several more championships, died today at the age of 87. He had a truly remarkable life, one deserving of being told in detail. I had recently written up an … Continue reading R.I.P. Bill Sharman – Celtics, Lakers Champion, A Remarkable Life
The "eerily poised" Michael Wacha made only one mistake last night -a sixth inning home run by David Ortiz which temporarily put the Red Sox on top - and this time it was the Red Sox making uncharacteristic mistakes and the Cardinals taking advantage of them as St Louis tied the World Series at a … Continue reading Cardinals Tie Up Series – Wacha, Wacha Wacha!
Jon Lester was magnificent and the Red Sox took advantage of St. Louis miscue to take game one of the World Series, 8-1 at Fenway Park. Peter Abraham has Lester and the Sox in control right from the first inning. Scott Lauber has the Sox rolling to an easy opening win. Art Martone has a … Continue reading Lester, Sox Shut Down Cardinals in Game One
Here is the scheduled programming from CSNNE for the World Series: ***Program Alert*** BOSTON’S GAME NIGHT SOURCES FOR SPORTS COVERAGE - COMCAST SPORTSNET & CSNNE.COM - LINE UP WORLD SERIES COVERAGE Former Red Sox Lou Merloni, Tony Massarotti and Gary Tanguay Anchor One-Hour Editions of Chevrolet SportsNet Central; Live from Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and … Continue reading Comcast SportsNet Red Sox-Cardinals Coverage
The Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals will meet in the World Series for the fourth time beginning tonight at Fenway Park. While Dennis and Callahan may lament that this series "lacks color" and Dan Shaughnessy may complain about the lack of "villains" or controversy in the series, baseball fans should be treated to … Continue reading Red Sox/Cardinals Set For Fourth World Series Matchup
I think the last thing most Red Sox fans want to think about right now is Bobby Valentine. But the Globe makes him their featured story this morning, much like they went all-in on him during 2012 Spring Training and into the regular season. Leading the charge of course, is Nick Cafardo, who seems to … Continue reading Bobby V? Really?