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WADE BOGGS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Wade Boggs’ Old Fishing Boat Sells for $24K

If you were holding your breath in hopes of winning that fishing boat once owned by Wade Boggs…stop. The 19-foot Ranger 518 SVX bass boat gifted by the Tampa Bay (Devil) Rays to the then-future Hall of Famer when he reached the 3000-hit plateau 16 years ago has been sold. Valued at $50,000 (and listed at $10,000), the custom-designed boat was sold for $24,300 through Goldin Auctions...
Via Hall of Very Good
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Flashback: Boggs becomes first player to homer for 3,000th hit

Wade Boggs collected his 3,000th hit with style, becoming the first player in major-league history to do so with a home run. Boggs, who watched future fellow Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn reach the 3,000-hit plateau one day earlier, made history by taking Cleveland Indians left-hander Chris Haney deep in the sixth inning on Aug. 7, 1999. It was his third hit of the game but just his second...
Via Fox Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

For Sale: Wade Boggs’ Fishing Boat

16 years before Alex Rodriguez reached the 3000-hit milestone with a home run…Wade Boggs did it. And to reward their third baseman, the then-Tampa Bay Devil Rays presented the third baseman with a custom-designed 19-foot bass boat. Now that boat can be yours…but it’ll cost you. So…about that boat. After the historic 3000th hit, Vince Naimoli, Tampa Bay’s owner at the time...
Via Hall of Very Good
July 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Did Wade Boggs really drink 107 beers in a day?

MLB Hall of Famer Wade Boggs inspired a scene that will air as part of the Season 10 premiere of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” Apparently the former Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees legend is known as much for his beer-drinking ability as his hitting prowess. The scene, in which Boggs actually makes...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

“Ghost” of Wade Boggs to Appear on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

Years ago, a story was circulating about Wade Boggs. You know…the one where he once, allegedly, drank dozens(!) of beers on a team flight. “He was famous for baseball, he was also famous for the number of beers he could drink,” actor Charlie Day told Jimmy Fallon Monday night. “Supposedly, when they would have these cross county flights he would drink on average 40 to 50...
Via Hall of Very Good
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Wade Boggs Told Charlie Day He Drank 107 Beers In One Day (Video)

Wade Boggs: The man, the myth, the drinking legend. The Hall of Fame third baseman was known for his affinity to throw back a few cold ones on cross-country flights during his playing days, with the epic tale being that he once drank 50-odd Miller Lites on a single trip. That’s incorrect. The former Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays sluggers told actor Charlie...
Via NESN.com
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Beer-drinking ghost of Wade Boggs to appear on 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia'

Hall-of-Fame slugger Wade Boggs also has shrine-worthy beer drinking abilities, so go the tales about Boggs' affinity and capacity for throwing back Miller Lites on cross-country flights during his playing days. I can't type this without laughing hysterically, but on coast-to-coast trips, anecdotally, the third-baseman would throw back somewhere between about 50 to 107 beers (including...
Via Fox Sports
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Reports: Mitchell Boggs, Boston Red Sox Agree To Minor League Contract

No, this isn’t the 1980s. But yes, the Boston Red Sox have added a Boggs. The Red Sox have agreed to a minor league contract with reliever Mitchell Boggs, a major league source told WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford. The signing was first noted on Twitter on Monday by Peter Gammons. Boggs, who is not related to former Red Sox third baseman Wade Boggs, was a fifth-round draft pick of...
Via NESN.com
January 05, 2015  |  Discuss

No Number 21 For Porcello—Because of Roger?

Clemens And BoggsFor some unknown reason, the Red Sox have not retired Wade Boggs' uniform number 26. And yet, it appears that they are protecting the uniform number 21 of Roger Clemens—since no one has worn it since his departure in 1996. Now, reportedly, Rick Porcello was denied number 21 when he joined the club. So, a guy who is almost universally scorned for suspected PED...
Via FenwayNation
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History–August 3, 1986

1986: The Red Sox scored two runs in the seventh to pick up a 5-3 victory over the Royals at Fenway Park in Boston.Wade Boggs grounded a single into right field to drive in the go-ahead runs. That gave starter Charlie Leibrandt the loss. Leibrandt pitched 6 2/3 innings and allowed eight hits and two walks. He recorded two strikeouts.The veteran lefty struggled early, as he allowed...
Via Pine Tar Press
August 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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