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The Red Sox' 2004 World Series win squares off with Rocky Marciano's 49-0 career record in the third round of Boston's Greatest Sports Moment tournament. 1. Red Sox win 2004 World SeriesBy now, every Red Sox fan probably has replayed Joe Castiglione’s call of the final out of the 2004 World Series in his or her head hundreds, maybe even thousands of times: "[Keith] Foulke to the set, the 1-0 pitch, here it is ... swing and a ground ball, stabbed by Foulke. He has it. He underhands to first. And the Boston Red Sox are the world champions. For...

Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett Spend Off-Day Giving Back to Boston Community

While the Red Sox are getting set to host the Yankees for a three-game series at Fenway Park, it didn't stop Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett and Hall of Famer Jim Rice from taking time out of their days to give back to the community. Gonzalez and his wife, Betsy, went back-to-school shopping with some Red Sox Scholars at Target in Dorchester, while Beckett hosted the fifth annual...

Clay Buchholz Among Red Sox Who Understand Communication Is Key to Prevention of Injuries

Red Sox manager Terry Francona meets with the media at 4 p.m. prior to every night game at Fenway Park (a little later if it is a nationally televised game). For about 30 minutes before that meeting, reporters are given access to the clubhouse. In addition to any player interviews that need to get done, a daily chore for media members is to glance around at the lockers of some of...

Red Sox See 2006 Season Crippled by Yankees' Five-Game Sweep at Fenway Park in Late August

Editor’s note: Fenway Park opened on April 20, 1912. will be celebrating Fenway’s 100-year anniversary with unique content from now until April 20, 2012. The 1978 Red Sox season was famously derailed by what was dubbed the "Boston Massacre," a four-game sweep of the Sox by the hated Yankees. Twenty-eight years later, history repeated itself at Fenway Park,...

Send Red Sox Reporter Tony Lee a Question for His Weekly Mailbag

With a major storm on its way out and the New York Yankees soon to arrive, there's a lot to think about for Red Sox fans in New England. As these thoughts run through your head, write down any of those related to baseball and drop them in Tony Lee's mailbag. Each Tuesday, our Red Sox writer will answer all he can. You also can drop him a line on Twitter. Just keep it clean...

John Lackey Says He Wasn't Trying to Hit Francisco Cervelli, But Admits to Trying to Knock Catcher Down

John Lackey got burned when he threw a Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli a pretty fat 3-1 pitch early on in Tuesday's game. Not trying to walk the nine hitter, Lackey "gave in" and it ended up in him serving up a home run to Cervelli. Lackey says he made another mistake in Cervelli's next plate appearance, in which Lackey drilled Cervelli with a fastball. After...

High 'Tek support for Red Sox

By the time Jason Varitek took his place in the batter's box in the bottom of the seventh yesterday afternoon at...

Sabathia, Yankees trying to end miseries vs. Red Sox

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Red Sox/Yankees pitching matchups

My father-in-law gives me a call every time the Red Sox and Yankees play because he can never seem to find the games on TV. Are they on TBS? Fox? ESPN? MLB Network? NESN? I’ll make it easy for you Bob, here is some series info: Date: Tuesday, August 30th @ 7:10 PM Pitchers: LHP [...]


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CC helps Yanks drop Red Sox, close in on AL East lead

CC Sabathia snapped out of his Red Sox funk, striking out 10 in six innings to beat Boston for the first time in five tries this season and lead the New York Yankees to a 5-2 victory on Tuesday night.
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