All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Red Sox’

Jennifer Martel: Broadcaster’s Son Pleads Guilty To Murder

On Tuesday, Jared Remy, the son of former Red Sox player turned broadcaster Jerry Remy, pleaded guilty to killing his fiancĂ©e Jennifer Martel at their Waltham home last year. Remy, 35, was charged with first-degree murder, violation of a restraining order, and assault and battery. According to statements, Remy repeatedly stabbed Martel, while their then 4-year-old daughter watched. Martel crawled …

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Mike Napoli Resigns with the Red Sox

It’s been a tough few days for Red Sox fans after having lost Jacoby Ellsbury to the Yankees. And no matter how painful the thought of having an ex-Sox player suit up in those infamous pinstripes, there is a beam of light shining down upon the loyal Red Sox Nation promising some hope. That beam of light I’m referring to …

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Red Sox Beards: David Ortiz Will Shave Beard

“Fear the beard” worked, and now some of the World Series winning Red Sox players are ready to go back to clean-shaven faces. World Series MVP David Ortiz and outfielder Shane Victorino plan to shave their beards in a promotional event Monday sponsored by Gillette. No worries Red Sox fans–most players will be keeping the scruff around for a while. …

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James Taylor and Mary J. Blige Sing National Anthem

It’s official. Soulful lady, Miss Mary J. Blige will be singing the National Anthem for the premiere game of the World Series tonight between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox. And who better to sing the National Anthem at Fenway Park Thursday than Boston native and folk-rock extraordinaire, James Taylor? That’s right, the 65-year-old musician will be …

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Curt Schilling’s Baseball Money Gone In 38 Studios Failure

Curt Schilling, former pitcher for the Boston Red Sox and head of the bankrupt 38 Studios said this morning that the failure of the company had left him “tapped out” financially, and had effectively wiped out the money he had earned during his nineteen year Major League Baseball career. In case you’re not familiar with the situation, here’s the short …

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Fenway Park Turns 100, Trends On Twitter

By pretty much any standard, 1912 was a big year. China became the Republic of China, Piltdown Man, originally thought to be the missing link, was discovered (it was later revealed to be a hoax), and the Titanic struck an iceberg in the Northern Atlantic and sank. For baseball fans – and fans of the Boston Red Sox in particular …

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