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red sox 8, yankees 4Early offense, and a call to the dugout from Kenley Jansen, key in Red Sox’ win over YankeesJansen told Alex Cora he wanted the ball and came in with the bases loaded and two outs in the eighth, and then worked a perfect ninth for the four-out save.
red sox notebookRed Sox first baseman Triston Casas takes another small step in recovery from rib cage strainCasas has progressed to taking dry swings, revealing that he took roughly 30 swings the last couple of days.
mlbGerrit Cole could rejoin Yankees next week after completion of Red Sox seriesThe reigning AL Cy Young winner could be in line to start at home against the Orioles, who are second in the AL East behind New York.
Peter Abraham | Sunday baseball notesDave Dombrowski isn’t slowing down after 47 years in baseball. He hopes the Phillies are his next World Series winner.The 67-year-old has worked in professional baseball since 1978. His career includes stints running baseball operations for the Expos, Marlins, Tigers, Red Sox, and now the Phillies.
Yankees at Red Sox | 7:15 p.m. (FOX)Game 71: Yankees at Red Sox lineups and notesThe Yankees will send one of this season’s top starting pitchers to the mound in the second game of their weekend series at Fenway Park.
Alex Speier I On baseballRed Sox leadoff hitter Jarren Duran plays at one speed: all outHe has yet to miss a game this season while embracing the challenge of trying to play in all 162.

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Red SoxZack Kelly was one of the bright spots for the Red Sox in their loss to the YankeesThe Yankees had a 5-1 lead when Kelly started the fifth inning and he held it there for two innings against some of New York's top sluggers.
PETER ABRAHAM | ON BASEBALLLooks like the Red Sox’ Alex Verdugo trade to the Yankees has worked out for both teams, so farThe days of the AL East rivals refusing to trade with each other are long over, and the outfielder has done well in Yankee pinstripes while the three pitchers the Red Sox got have thrown well.
YANKEES 8, RED SOX 1Alex Verdugo throws his own welcome-back party against Red Sox, knocking in four as Yankees keep Brayan Bello reelingNew York (50-22) became baseball's first team to 50 wins by taking its first of 13 meetings with the Red Sox, who returned to .500 at 35-35. Boston has not been more than a game above or below the .500 mark since May 22.
RED SOX NOTEBOOKRed Sox reliever Chris Martin opens up about anxiety battle, scheduled to begin rehab assignment Saturday“Accepting it and speaking about it to professionals, getting a better understanding of how to take care of it, is what I’m working on right now,” said Martin, a critical bullpen piece last season who has struggled relatively in 2024.
Yankees at Red Sox | 6:30 p.m. (NESN)Game 70: Yankees-at-Red Sox opener expected to start at 7:40First pitch was supposed to be at 6:30 p.m. Brayan Bello was scheduled to be on the mound as the Red Sox open a three-game series with New York at Fenway Park.
red sox‘There’s still dark days.’ Red Sox’ Trevor Story discusses the mental toll of his season-ending injury.The shortstop, plagued by injuries since he signed here, is in a challenging rehab process, but he believes it has given him some valuable perspective.
Red SoxRed Sox righthander Tanner Houck is making his case for the All-Star Game“What Tanner has done throughout the season is impressive,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora said after Houck helped the Red Sox defeat the Phillies Thursday.
alex speierRecalling the epic Luis Tiant-Nolan Ryan pitchers’ duel in 1974 — something it’s safe to say we’ll never see again50 years ago in Anaheim, Ryan went 13 innings and Tiant 14⅓ in a battle of wills between competitors who simply would not give in.
Alex Speier | On baseballRed Sox seemingly take a huge step with series win over Phillies, but the Yankees are up nextThe series win against the team with the National League’s best record marked the first this year for the Sox against a team with a record of .500 or better.
Red Sox 9, Phillies 3Tyler O’Neill puts finishing touch on Red Sox’ series-clinching victory against PhilliesHealth will always be a question mark when it comes to O’Neill. But his play, when healthy, will never be a concern.
Red Sox notebookRed Sox manager Alex Cora appreciates relationship with Brad Stevens and the Celtics“He’s been great to me,” said Cora about Stevens. “We have great conversations.''
Phillies at Red Sox | 7:10 p.m. (NESN)Game 69: Phillies at Red Sox lineups and notesTanner Houck will be on the mound as the Red Sox look to take the series finale against Philadelphia at Fenway Park.

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Red Sox

Early offense, and a call to the dugout from Kenley Jansen, key in Red Sox’ win over YankeesJansen told Alex Cora he wanted the ball and came in with the bases loaded and two outs in the eighth, and then worked a perfect ninth for the four-out save.
Red Sox first baseman Triston Casas takes another small step in recovery from rib cage strainCasas has progressed to taking dry swings, revealing that he took roughly 30 swings the last couple of days.
Gerrit Cole could rejoin Yankees next week after completion of Red Sox seriesThe reigning AL Cy Young winner could be in line to start at home against the Orioles, who are second in the AL East behind New York.

Patriots

Bill Belichick takes to Instagram to return the love to Patriot Nation from Tom Brady’s enshrinementThe longtime New England coach posted that he was "more humbled and appreciative for this touching moment than you’ll ever know."
The Jets show once again that dysfunction is in their DNAThe minicamp absences of Aaron Rodgers and Haason Reddick reveal an organization that is forever destined to trip over itself.
Jaguars reportedly ink franchise quarterback Trevor Lawrence to a $275 million extensionLawrence will get an average of $55 million annually during the deal, tying him with Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow for the most in NFL history.

Bruins

Oilers emphatically refuse to be swept in Stanley Cup Final, thump Panthers, 8-1Connor McDavid scored his first goal of the series en route to a 4-point night. Game 5 is Tuesday in Florida.
NHL No. 1 picks get a lot of attention, but it’s far from a lock that they’ll go on to win the Stanley CupOf the 61 No. 1 picks in draft history, only 18 have gone on to play for Cup winners.
Panthers straining not to look ahead, with Stanley Cup just one more win over Oilers awayFlorida goalie Sergei Bobrovsky's .953 save percentage ranks in the top 10 in a final in NHL history. He has proved much of the difference in a series where Florida is up, 3-0, despite arguably being outplayed in two of the three games

Celtics

Charles Barkley has called time on his TV broadcasting career, with the 2024-25 season as his lastThe 61-year-old made the announcement while his iconic show's parent company, Warner Bros. Discovery, could lose its NBA rights.
The Celtics aren’t the only team, by a long shot, to get blown out in the NBA FinalsOf the 10 teams that took 3-0 leads in the Finals, the Celtics are the fourth to fail to complete the sweep. They joined the 1996 Bulls and 2017 Warriors as the only teams to lose Game 4 by 20 points or more.
The Mavericks played like they had nothing to lose in Game 4, which is why they’re heading back to Boston for Game 5The Mavericks held the Celtics to their lowest scoring total of the postseason.

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red sox 8, yankees 4
Early offense, and a call to the dugout from Kenley Jansen, key in Red Sox’ win over Yankees

Jansen told Alex Cora he wanted the ball and came in with the bases loaded and two outs in the eighth, and then worked a perfect ninth for the four-out save. 12:26 a.m.

D4 GIRLS' TENNIS: HAMILTON-WENHAM 5, LYNNFIELD 0
With a retooled lineup, Hamilton-Wenham girls’ tennis 3-peats as Division 4 champion

Sophom*ore Emma Jani and junior Naomi Provost powered the Generals (19-2) past Lynnfield, 5-0. 12:06 a.m.

D2 GIRLS' TENNIS: LONGMEADOW 3, NDA-HINGHAM 2
Going the distance, Sarah Tiru rallies Longmeadow girls’ tennis past NDA-H for Division 2 title

The junior altered her approach in a 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 victory at first singles as the Lancers (23-0) won their first championship since 1995. 12:05 a.m.

D3 BOYS' TENNIS: WESTON 3, BEDFORD 2
In finale, Max Ding nets decisive win at first singles as Weston boys take Division 3 title, program’s seventh straight

The senior recorded a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Bedford's Dillon Denny-Brown to lift the Wildcats (14-6) to their 13th overall championship. 12:04 a.m.

D1 BOYS' TENNIS: ST. JOHN'S PREP 4, CONCORD-CARLISLE 1
St. John’s Prep tennis caps a 22-0 run with Division 1 title

Jack Prokopis netted the clincher with a 6-3, 6-4 victory at second singles as Prep earned its first championship since 2001. 12:02 a.m.

D3 BASEBALL: OAKMONT 3, ST. MARY'S 1
With ace Caleb Allen finding his comfort zone, Oakmont baseball makes it a repeat in Division 3

The senior righthander struck out 10 in a three-hit complete game, sending down the last 14 in a row for the Spartans (22-3) against St. Mary's. 11:50 p.m.

D1 BASEBALL: BC HIGH 5, ST. JOHN'S (S) 1
Cole Bohane, BC High come through in the clutch to snag Division 1 baseball crown

The Eagles senior captain, playing with a torn labrum in his left shoulder, ripped a late two-run single as the top seeds beat conference rival St. John's (Shrewsbury) to take their first title since 2009. 11:49 p.m.

D2 SOFTBALL: WALPOLE 1, WESTFIELD 0
Sharlotte Stazinski completes tourney shutout run as Walpole softball captures first state championship

The junior ace finished an unscored-upon state tournament by blanking Westfield, 1-0, to grab the Division 2 crown in a historic victory. 11:48 p.m.

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What was the Red Sox' original name? ›

In December 1907, Taylor proposed that the Boston Americans name change to the Boston Red Sox. By 1909, center fielder Tris Speaker had become a fixture in the Boston outfield, and the team finished the season in third place. In 1912, the Red Sox won 105 games and the pennant.

Where are the White Sox from? ›

Chicago White Sox, American professional baseball team based in Chicago that plays in the American League (AL). The White Sox have won three World Series titles, two in the early 1900s (1906, 1917) and the third 88 years later, in 2005.

How many innings are in baseball? ›

In Major League Baseball (MLB) and all of its minor leagues, as well as college baseball and international competition, there are nine innings in a regulation baseball game. In high school baseball, there are generally seven innings in a regulation baseball game.

When did the Boston Red Sox play in the World Series? ›

Finally, in 2004, the Red Sox emerged triumphant after 86 years of frustration, winning the World Series in four games against the St. Louis Cardinals behind the pitching of Curt Schilling and the batting of Ramirez and David Ortiz.

Why do the Red Sox not have names on their jerseys? ›

"Owner Frank McCourt, Jr. has said the decision was prompted by a desire to stress a team approach and not focus on the individual." How quaint!

What was the Red Sox curse called? ›

The Curse of the Bambino was a superstitious sports curse in Major League Baseball (MLB) derived from the 86-year championship drought of the Boston Red Sox between 1918 and 2004.

What is the oldest MLB team? ›

Atlanta Braves, the oldest continually operating team in North American sports. Known as "Beaneaters" and other nicknames, as original nickname faded and became re-associated with Cincinnati (and later with the Boston Red Sox). Adopted name "Braves" in 1912. Moved to Milwaukee (1953) and to Atlanta (1966).

What was the Chicago Cubs' original name? ›

The team, originally known as the Chicago White Stockings, was a charter member of the NL in 1876 and had quick success. Led by Cap Anson, the team won 6 of the NL's first 11 championships.

Why did the White Sox change their name? ›

The name change to the White Sox was brought on after scorekeeper Christoph Hynes wrote White Sox at the top of a scorecard rather than White Stockings, this scorecard was then seen by the press.

Is there an MLB mercy rule? ›

'Rockies rule': Baseball fans call for MLB mercy rule after record-breaking loss. DENVER (KDVR) – There isn't a mercy rule in baseball, but some fans think there should be after the Colorado Rockies lost 16-1 in the team's season opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

What does bottom of the 8th mean in baseball? ›

Definitions of bottom of the inning. noun. the second half of an inning; while the home team is at bat.

What is the start of a baseball game called? ›

The ceremonial first pitch is a longstanding ritual of baseball in which a guest of honor throws a ball to mark the end of pregame festivities and the start of the game.

Why is it sox not socks? ›

Why are these teams “Sox” rather than “Socks”? They followed the fashion of the times. Many early baseball teams were named after their uniform colors. In the 19th century, there were clubs called the Red Stockings, Brown Stockings, and Blue Stockings.

Where do Red Sox players live? ›

Red Sox players have had similar taste in real estate, though players have tended to buy a little closer into Boston, with Newton and Brookline popular as well as Wellesley and Weston.

Why is Boston called Red Sox? ›

According to research in “Red Sox Century,” Taylor settled on grey uniforms trimmed in red with pale blue stockings on the road. But at home, the Red Sox would have white uniforms with bright red stockings. And Taylor came up with the name “Red Sox,” which took hold in 1908 and has remained ever since.

Why did the Red Sox change their name? ›

In December 1907, Taylor adopted red as his team's color and changed the team name to the "Red Sox" after Boston's National League franchise got rid of their red stockings.

What is the other name for the Red Sox? ›

The teams were originally the Red Stockings and White Stockings back in the early 1900s. In Boston's case, there were a few different competing unofficial nicknames (Pilgrims, Beaneaters, Somersets, and others) and the owner decided to designate Red Sox as the official nickname in 1908.

What were the Red Sox called in 1901? ›

Now Boston's only professional baseball team, the Red Sox are a charter franchise of the American League and were known as the Boston Americans from 1901 to 1907.

What were the Red Sox called in 1903? ›

The 1903 Boston Americans season was the third season for the professional baseball franchise that later became known as the Boston Red Sox.

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