‘Ballplayer: Pelotero’ a well-crafted, revealing film
The documentary, produced by Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine, is essential education for baseball fans. It’s a bonus that it’s so entertaining.
Obama should invite members of Congress to a baseball game
Socializing together would go a long way toward mending the mutual distrust that is endemic in Washington.
In Pittsfield, baseball tradition takes fans way back
The site of baseball games for 120 years, Wahconah Park offers an experience far from the luxury boxes of Fenway Park. For fans like Kathy Hiser, 71, who was sitting behind home plate on a recent sunny afternoon, that’s the point.
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For the rockers of the Baseball Project, it’s all about the game
The band, which plays the House of Blues Foundation Room on Saturday, writes emotionally sympathetic songs on often complex topics that revolve around the national pastime.
Roger Clemens acquitted of all charges in perjury case
A jury found the former Red Sox pitcher didn’t lie to Congress about using performance enhancing drugs.
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Theo Epstein discusses his Red Sox legacy
The Cubs executive, who helped the Red Sox win two World Series, sat down with Dan Shaughnessy before Boston’s weekend series with his new team.
Voices line up for Red Sox announcer job
The death of Carl Beane, at 59, has left the Red Sox with an empty space in their hearts, and also with a silence to fill at Fenway Park.
Why are Red Sox fans arriving so late?
Fenway Park isn’t filling up until well after the opening pitch most nights. Are Red Sox fans going soft?
Red Sox to have tryouts for new Fenway Park PA announcer
- Red Sox president Larry Lucchino called into WEEI’s Dennis & Callahan show this morning and said the team will hold tryouts to replace Carl Beane as Fenway Park’s PA announcer. Beane died of a heart attack while driving in Sturbridge on May 9.