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Boston Red Sox
We’ve heard for years about when a veteran player gets traded from one team to another, how they’ll pay a certain amount of cash to the nobody on their new team that has the good luck of wearing the same jersey number. But John Lackey took it a step further.
Yesterday, a fan at Fenway Park showed off his cat-like reflexes and fielding ability as he snagged two foul balls bare-handed in the same game.
The 2014 Non-Waiver Trade Deadline has passed, and as deadlines go, it was a good one. The Red Sox Fire Sale continued – when’s the last time a reigning World Series winner gave away its starting rotation? – while the Cardinals, Mariners, Braves and Nationals made some positive moves for October. But the real story was the starting pitching acquisitions made by the A’s and the Tigers. So who won? Or rather, Who has a better chance of getting a ring this year?
Even though he’s a Bay Area guy, the trade that sent Jonny Gomes and Jon Lester to the A’s is bittersweet for the bearded outfielder. Watch his emotional goodbye to the team that gave him a World Series ring and so much more, inside…
Boston scratched starting pitcher Jon Lester from his scheduled start against Toronto Wednesday night, adding to the speculation that he’s going to be traded before Thursday’s MLB trade deadline. Brandon Workman started in Lester’s place.
Welcome to SportsGrid’s Point-Counterpoint, a feature I just made up on the spot to discuss David Ortiz showboating after hitting a massive home run against the Chris Archer of the Tampa Bay Rays yesterday.
Colin Cowherd Calls Out ESPN Producers, Red Sox Fans For Pushing Baseball On Us When We Actually Want Football Coverage
If you’re an MLB ballboy or ballgirl, the best you can hope for is a quick 15 minutes of fame on SportsCenter. Typically, said 15 minutes rolls around thanks to a sweet highlight reel catch of a foul ball down one of the base lines. Then there’s the exception to that rule, where a ballboy/ballgirl accidentally fields a baseball that is in play.
A foul pop-up into the stands caused temporary chaos in the Red Sox announcers’ booth Wednesday night, as a female fan in the front row decided to tuck her souvenir ball into her bra — and the sequence was caught on camera — leading broadcasters Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo to giggle uncontrollably and dip into silence for the next 37 seconds.