Michael Pineda was ejected from Wednesday’s game against the Boston Red Sox after umpires went to the mound to investigate what appeared to be pine tar. MLB announced his suspension Thursday.
“We’re never going to forget what happened, but we remember what happened last year, and we keep going like it’s a normal day.”
A seven-year deal lures Boston’s longtime center fielder to the Bronx.
With great pitching and timely hitting, the Red Sox made their way through a highlight-filled playoff run to another World Series title. Here’s how they did it.
You will never see a weirder ending to an important baseball game in your life. Guaranteed.
Shane Victorino’s slamborino seals Boston’s first pennant since 2007.
Koji Uehara and David Ortiz are the best.
Because beards are important.
Just try to get on base against Koji Uehara. We dare you.
A-Rod gets one in the back then hits a home run.
Who should uncommitted fans be pulling for?
Big Papi, can you hear us now? No, because you killed a phone with a bat? Okay.
That was one giant leap for Chris Stewart.
Representatives from the leagues say the Obama administration has reached out to them.
David Ortiz took 17 years to finally do this one thing. No one in attendance will soon forget.
Good times never seemed so good.
The Red Sox put together a lovely and touching tribute before their first home game since the attacks.
The Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins have been outlets for collective emotion since the Boston Marathon bombings, but the city’s teams aren’t above the lockdown.
That’s a Red Sox player. Yes, he’s a professional baseball player. I know it’s confusing.
The Red Sox announced on Twitter that the unpopular manager had gotten the axe today. But body language says Bobby knew this was coming.
It’s nice to see someone running away from a Red Sox game this year for a good reason, and not because of the horrors that are happening on the field.
It’s been a tough year and a half.
The Red Sox reliever is quite the douche.
Apparently the Boston Red Sox skipper is well versed in the art of being a hip hop side kick. Hopefully he doesn’t throw a bottle at Joe Girardi’s head next time they’re at the club.
Interested in making a movie about a famous American sporting event, these students in Kenya act out the turning point in the 1986 World Series better than anyone in Hollywood could.
The Boston Public Library has a collection of early 20th-century photographs that used to hang in popular baseball bar called Third Base in Boston. When Prohibition hit in 1919, the bar closed and the owner donated the photo collection to the library.
Thanks to these totally real and definitely not at all made up memos*, we know how Bobby V is handling the sinking ship that is the Boston Red Sox.