All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Boston Red Sox’

James Taylor Lauds Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park With New Original Song

James Taylor returned to Fenway Park in Boston this weekend–home of the Boston Red Sox–to laud both the baseball team and the venue with an original song. ‘Angels of Fenway’ has been a labor of love for the singer. He’s worked on it ever since the Red Sox broke their 86-year title drought back in 2004, winning the World Series. …

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Masahiro Tanaka Will Get Another Start On Saturday

The New York Yankees were so pleased with Japanese sensation Masahiro Tanaka’s performance last Sunday, that they are giving the right-hander another start this Saturday at Fenway Park against the Red Sox. Tanaka allowed just a single run on five hits in 5 1/3 innings in a 5-2 victory over the Blue Jays. The Yanks shut the rookie down in …

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Curt Schilling’s Son Overcomes Anorexia in a Powerful Way

Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has something to celebrate these days. The baseball star’s son, Gehrig Schilling, has overcome the battle of his life — a years-long struggle with anorexia. Diagnosed with the eating disorder when he was in middle school, the young baseball player has used his experiences and his own love of baseball to beat the …

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David Ortiz Declares War on Rays’s Pitcher Price

In Game 2 of the American League Division Series last October, Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz embarrassed Tamp Bay Rays pitcher David Price by hitting not one, but two home runs in the Sox’s 7-4 victory. Adding insult to injury, Ortiz stayed in the batter’s box while watching his second towering drive soar down the right field line, …

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Jerry Remy: Son Jared Remy Pleads Guilty to Murder

Jerry Remy has long been known as the beloved broadcaster for the Boston Red Sox. The past year saw Remy keep a rather low profile, however, following the stabbing death of his son Jared Remy’s girlfriend Jennifer Martel. Today Jared Remy pleaded guilty to murder in Martel’s death and began a life sentence in prison without any chance of parole. …

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Curt Schilling Knocks Half Million Off Price of Home

Curt Schilling, the famous Boston Red Sox player known for his ‘bloody sock’ during the 2004 World Series winning game, is undergoing serious financial issues and has dropped a half million dollars off the asking price of the home he is selling outside of Boston. This past fall the family held an estate sale in an effort to raise funds, …

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Curt Schilling Cuts Mansion Asking Price by $500K

Financially strapped former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has dropped the price of his Medfield, Massachusetts home by $500,000. Originally on the market for $3 million, real estate agent Robin Wish said Monday that the 26-acre property is now available for $2.5 million. The online listing for the estate reads “Stunning Price Drop – A great opportunity!” The home features …

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Curt Schilling Faces Radiation, Surgery

Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s woes continue. The ESPN analyst is undergoing radiation and will need more surgery as he battles an unknown type of cancer. “Week 2 begins with radiation and unfortunately more surgery,” Schilling posted on his Facebook page Monday. “Not gonna break me though, way too much faith in Him and love from friends and …

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Jenny Dell Reassigned For Dating One of The Red Sox

Jenny Dell, who’s the sideline reporter for the Boston Red Sox, has just been reassigned to another position within her TV station NESN, because apparently, she’s been involved with Will Middlebrooks, the Red Sox’s third baseman. Although Dell is just now being reassigned for the 2014 season, rumors of her relationship to Middlebrooks started to pick up in the fall …

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Jacoby Ellsbury Is New York Yankees Bound

Jacoby Ellsbury is moving on to the New York Yankees as he agreed to a seven year deal on Tuesday night. Ellsbury, who was part of the Boston Red Sox World Series winning team this past year and who had been a fixture on the club with the likes of David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia and Jon Lester is heading to …

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Red Sox Ad Thanks St. Louis Cardinals Fans

A very interesting ad came out in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Tuesday. The Red Sox took out a full page ad to thank their opponent, the St. Louis Cardinals, after their win at the World Series. The ad pictures two young boys, one wearing a Red Sox t-shirt and the other in a Cardinals t-shirt. Under the picture it …

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Red Sox Ads Thank Boston and St. Louis Fans

The Red Sox are reaching out to fans in a gesture of thanks, a full-page ad gesture of thanks that is. After their 2013 World Series win against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Boston team placed an advertisement in the Tuesday St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “From One Great Baseball Town To Another.” They also posted a Monday, full-page ad in their …

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