Found April 20, 2012 on
Fenway Park turned 100 years old on Friday and the Boston Red Sox celebrated it in grand style. Coaches and players that wore a Red Sox uniform any time in the past century were invited onto the field to take part in a truly unique ceromony. Some of the most legendary Red Sox players such as Johnny Pesky and Carlton Fisk were naturally in attendance. However, some unexpected guests such as Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and mayor of Boston Tom Menino also came to celebrate the history of Fenway. Check out the photo gallery below to see all of the...
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Tom Brady: An April of tight-fitting cardigans and newsboy caps with just a dash of hipster glasses.
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The current analyst and former Red Sox skipper has reconsidered and now will attend the 100th anniversary celebration for Fenway Park.
Terry Francona may no longer be the Red Sox manager, but he'll still be spending his birthday at Fenway Park. Francona turned 53 years old on Sunday, and he'll celebrate the occasion by calling the evening's Red Sox-Yankees showdown on ESPN. Tito spent eight years as Sox manager from 2004 to 2011, helping to bring two World Series titles to Boston. The former Red Sox...
Things got a little wild on Lansdowne Street just hours before the Red Sox-Yankees game, and believe it or not, it had nothing to do with fisticuffs. Fans began chanting and traffic was stopped when folks noticed former manager Terry Francona walking by, s seen in NESN.com reporter Jeff Howe's photo below.
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Terry Francona’s unceremonious departure from the Red Sox [team stats] after last season couldn’t have been uglier. But the erstwhile manager received a hero’s welcome yesterday upon his return to Fenway...
There is not really much that needs to be added to that brilliant headline to interject humor, other than I’m just relieved the story wasn’t about a slumber party at Tom Brady’s house that went horribly, horribly awry as it entered dreadfully inappropriate territory. But seriously, is it possible that no one at The Patriot [...]
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady dressed as a nerdy newspaper boy from the early 1900’s for the grand opening of a boutique in Boston.
“I was a paper boy,” Brady said.
“How cute is that?” asked his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen.
Tom Brady wasn’t about to sit idly by as Sam Bradford stole attention for wearing hipster duds and other not quite conventionally manly attire at Coachella. Dreamboat went all newsie on us, so maybe he’s starting to experiment with themes. Please, steampunk airship captain next, Tom. Should it come as a surprise for a guy who endorses UGGs and generally is comfortable enough...
Below are the Saturday #NESNCaption Caption Contest winners for Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's trip to Fenway Park during Friday's Red Sox-Yankees game. Deb Nedeau: "So this is what it feels like watching a New England team lose to a New York team. I don't think I'm feeling too well............and who are all these kids?" Joe Gill: "I Can't...
The Boston Red Sox have a big celebration planned for Friday’s 100th birthday of Fenway Park.
All living uniformed personnel that could be tracked down were invited to the festivities, and even former manager Terry Francona changed his tune and decided to join. Hoping to spoil the event will be the rival New York Yankees, who are already 2 ½ games ahead of slumping Boston.