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  • Poorly Spelled Death Threat From 1912

    A recently unearthed death threat against Red Sox pitcher Joe Wood from 1912. Wood was having a stellar season that year and the scoundrels who typed this letter were apparently trying to knock him off his game with typos. It’s strangely comforting to see that trolls haven’t gotten any better at spelling in almost a century. View List ›

    Gavon Laessig 3 years ago 11 responses

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    Drunk Red Sox Dance

    Maybe it was the recent Yankees win (or maybe it was booze…yeah, it was booze) that sent this Red Sox fan over the edge. We love how the announcer refers to the woman begging him to stop dancing is his “wife or girlfriend.” With those moves, dude looks like he’s led a fierce Pride parade or two. View Media ›

    Eliot Glazer 5 years ago 16 responses

  • Coco Crisp

    Boston Red Sox’s Coco Crisp was hit on the right hip by Tampa Bay Rays pitcher James Shields during the second inning of a baseball game Thursday night. The big news in sports today involves a guy who’s named after your favorite cereal! Read More ›

    Peggy Wang 6 years ago respond

  • Buried Red Sox Jersey

    Construction workers at the new Yankee Stadium in the Bronx unearthed a Red Sox jersey hidden there by a turncoat construction worker. The story about a jersey - hidden in order to curse the team - leaked late last week, and over the weekend a crew jackhammered through the concrete behind home plate to find the jersey of #34, David Oritz. Meanwhile, in real life, the Red Sox beat the Yankees 8-5 on Sunday. Read More ›

    BuzzFeed Classic 6 years ago respond