WATCH: Jonny Gomes meets fan with identical tattoo

Your browser does not support iframes. A.B. Before the Red Sox vs. Yankees series earlier this month, Red Sox OF, Johnny Gomes, filmed a short special for MLB Fan Cave, where he revealed the meaning of some of his tattoos and gave Boston fans in New York temporary Red Sox tattoos. At the end of the short video, a Red Sox fan surprises Gomes with a tattoo identical to Gomes...
Via The Awesome Boston
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WATCH: Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi throws first pitch

The Fenway Faithful honored Boston Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi at the ballpark Wednesday night. Keflezighi, the first U.S. marathoner to win Boston since 1983, was given his own personalized “Meb” jersey for the occasion — with, fittingly, the number 26.2 on the back — before delivering the ceremonial first pitch to Boston Red Sox outfielder Jonny Gomes. Check it out in...
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Grown ass man steals ball from little kid during Yankees-Red Sox game (video)

A grown ass man went into full jagoff mode during Wednesday’s tilt between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park when he stuck out his greasy mitts and snatched a ball seemingly intended for a youngster. The sad scene played out during the bottom of the third inning when Red Sox […] The post Grown ass man steals ball from little kid during Yankees-Red Sox game...
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Red Sox to activate Shane Victorino today

Boston Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino will make his season debut Thursday against the New York Yankees. The hamstring injury that landed him on the disabled list to begin 2014 now looks like a thing of the past.    Before activating Victorino, Boston had to make room for him on the big league roster. Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe tweeted who the roster casualty is:Alex...
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Michael PINE-da Gets Tarred By The Boston Red Sox

The greasy New York Yankees were tarred by the Boston Red Sox as the pine tar plot thickens in the Bronx. Michael PINE-da gets gets ejected in the second inning for lubing up his neck with pine tar. Your browser does not support iframes. John Farrell reacts to the incident: Your browser does not support iframes. Michael Pineda will now have to wait and see what the league hands down...
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John Lackey: Stopper & the Pine Tar Follies

A couple weeks ago, as John Lackey lumbered off the mound in the Bronx after being tagged for 10 hits and six runs in his first loss of the season, you kinda got the feeling that he’d be spending all his spare time in an off-the-grid dojo, practicing judo kicks on mannequins dressed in Yankees jerseys. Turns out he probably was, because the man laid down a hurtin’ on the Yanks...
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MLB Rumors: Joel Hanrahan has offers, waiting to sign

Former closer Joel Hanrahan has received contract offers but is still in the deciding phase of where he wants to pitch for 2014, according to MLB Daily Dish's Chris Cotillo.Source: Joel Hanrahan has received "a few" offers from interested teams, but is not close to signing at this time.— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) April 21, 2014 The Mets, Rangers, Red Sox, Yankees...
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Terrible Human Swipes Foul Ball From Little Boy At Red Sox Game

This type of lowlight never fails to make me super angry, but this was. Not only does the grown ass man intentionally swipe the souvenir away from the little boy, he then proceeds to look him right in the eye as if to say “suck it, kid.” Since the kid was wearing a Yankees beanie, I’d have to imagine this horrible grown man was a Red Sox fan getting a little carried away with...
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Daniel Nava Still In Red Sox’s 2014 Plans Despite Demotion To Triple-A

BOSTON — Go ahead. Count out Daniel Nava. It wouldn’t be the first time the outfielder has been written off. Nava’s entire baseball career has been built on defying the odds, so a demotion to Triple-A Pawtucket likely isn’t going to rattle the 31-year-old, even if it’s somewhat surprising given how well he played last season during the Red Sox’s improbable World Series...
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Red Sox Call Up Alex Wilson and Option Daniel Nava

After last night’s game John Farrell said that Shane Victorino might not be activated today because of how much the bullpen has been taxed due to the short starts of both Buchholz and Lester.  Farrell hinted that an arm may get called up from Pawtucket instead.  So in not surprising news, the Sox announced today that they called up pitcher Alex Wilson and optioned Daniel Nava...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Reports: Daniel Nava To Be Optioned By Red Sox; Alex Wilson Recalled

The Boston Red Sox have been carrying a crowded outfield this season, and Daniel Nava reportedly will become the first casualty. With the Red Sox’s bullpen running on fumes and Shane Victorino nearly ready to return, Nava will be optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday, according to multiple reports. In his place, the Red Sox reportedly will recall right-handed reliever...
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This Ain’t Your 2013 Red Sox

  After Sunday night’s come-from-behind win, it sure looked like the spirit of the 2013 Red Sox was back. The very next day, they rally back from six runs down, and you start making plans for October. The next thing you know, you’re rolling around on the ground gasping for breath and holding your nuts. It’s a feeling I’m afraid we’re going to have to get used to this...
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Red Sox Lineup For Tonight's Game VS. NYY

The Red Sox kick-off a three-game set with The Evil Ones—which could propel them into first place with a sweep (assuming other teams cooperate). Boston will send out the following line-up against "rookie" starter Masahiro Tanaka: Grady Sizemore RF, Dustin Pedroia 2B, David Ortiz DH, Mike Napoli 1B, Jonny Gomes LF, A.J. Pierzynski C, Xander Bogaerts SS, Brock Holt 3B,...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Baseball Profcast: What’s Wrong With Buchholz?

In Episode 38, Professors Adam Nodiff (@ANodBaseball) Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) are back to recap all fantasy relevant news from around the league. Submit a question for the guys to answer on tomorrow’s show! Got a few seconds? Rate and review the show on iTunes! Consider it a nice way of saying, “Thanks!” Today’s topics include: Some smack talk heading into Jake...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox: Five takeaways of the week

A couple of interesting notes, observations, and stats that I’ve picked up on over the course of the week for the Boston Red Sox. Let’s get into it. Duel in Chi-Town The final game of the series against the Chicago White Sox featured a battle of two south paws as Red Sox’ ace Jon Lester went up against the lanky Chris Sale. If you’re an old school kind of baseball fan like...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

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