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This Date In Royals History–July 22, 1996

1996: Tim Belcher worked a complete game and Bip Roberts drove in the go-ahead run as the Royals defeated the Red Sox 5-2 at Fenway Park in Boston.Belcher earned his ninth win of the season by holding the Red Sox to six hits and one walk while striking out four. Boston’s runs came in the fourth, when John Valentin walked with one out ahead of Mo Vaughn’s home run to left-center...
Via Pine Tar Press
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History–April 19, 1996

1996: The Royals fell into an early 5-0 hole and could not recover, as Milwaukee delivered an 8-2 pounding at Kauffman Stadium. The Brewers got three runs in the first against starter Chris Haney. Chuck Carr led off the game with a single, followed by Pat Listach’s double. Former Royal Kevin Seitzer’s groundout scored Carr. Greg Vaughn walked. With John Jaha at the plate,...
Via Pine Tar Press
April 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox Opening Day Ceremonies To Begin At 1 PM Friday; Gates Open At 11:35 AM

The Boston Red Sox will kick off their season at Fenway Park on Friday, April 4, with Opening Day festivities scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. The Sox play the Milwaukee Brewers at 2:05 p.m. The pregame ceremonies will include the presentation of the World Series rings, presented by Samsung, the performance of the national anthem, a helicopter fly-over and the ceremonial first pitch...
Via NESN.com
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

A Great Last-Minute Gift Idea For Red Sox Fans!

If you just can't find a parking space at the Rockingham Mall (in tax-free Salem, NH), you might consider an alternative gifting strategy for that Red Sox fan in your life. How about the hot new book by Greg Pearson that features your own FenwayNation Editor-In-Chief (who also wrote the Foreword to the book)? 'Fenway Fanatics: 50 Boston Red Sox Fans Tell Their Stories' also chronicles...
Via FenwayNation
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Gronk Visits Children’s Hospital In Wheelchair, Sings Xmas Songs

A.B. Being restricted to a wheel chair after knee surgery didn’t stop Patriots TE, Rob Gronkowski, from visiting Children’s Hospital in Boston on Tuesday, along with teammate Stevan Ridley. Besides “handing-off” gifts to patients, as shown in the video above, Elf Gronk and Santa Ridley also participated in the annual concert put on by conductor Keith Lockhart and the Boston...
Via The Awesome Boston
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss
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