Longtime MLB pitcher Jake Peavy became very religious as a child. Peavy later won two World Series titles and a Cy Young Award.
Tom Brady has a twin sister, Julie, who just so happens to be married to a former member of the Boston Red Sox in Kevin Youkilis.
Former Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Everett openly shared his religious views. That made the All-Star an easy target for media members.
Jason Bay had some great MLB years and pocketed plenty of money in a fairly short career. Where is the All-Star outfielder now?
Boston Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez ‘scared’ about his heart issue stemming from his bout with COVID-19.
In addition to beating most of the league, Chicago Cubs veteran Jon Lester also beat cancer. He’s cashed in and stayed healthy since then.
The Boston Red Sox saw too much risk in giving Mookie Betts the contract extension that the outfielder just signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Mookie Betts is on the verge of signing a big contract with the LA Dodgers but it seems he never wanted to leave the Boston Red Sox.
Mookie Betts is about to get the richest contract in MLB history from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Both sides will definitely regret this deal.
Ugueth Urbina went from being an MLB star to spending nearly eight years in prison for attempted murder before making a return to baseball.
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Daniel Bard’s story is worthy of a screenplay. Bard just completed the ultimate comeback with the Rockies.
Even as he nears 60, Roger Clemens is still going strong. The record-setting pitcher now has a new role in baseball’s independent leagues.
Of all the players in MLB history, Red Sox legend David Ortiz never hit three home runs in one game. Meet the pitcher who did, though.
Dave Righetti of the New York Yankees pitched a July 4 no-hitter in 1983.
You’d think a perennial contender like the Red Sox would be a shoo-in. But Boston may not be as competitive because of Chris Sale.
In 2005, Johnny Damon left the Boston Red Sox to join the New York Yankees. 15 years later, he’s still rubbing salt in the wound.
Liverpool ran away with the English Premier League crown by running a rebuilding plan similar to what led the Boston Red Sox to four World Series championships.
In 2015, Curt Schilling posted his collection of Nazi memorabilia from World War II on Facebook, and he still has it on his page today.
Chris Sale has already made a lot of money playing baseball. But a weird quirk in his contract has secured his finances for years to come.
Boston’s Tom Gordon saved 158 games and won a World Series in a long career. Stephen King also wrote a horror novel about him.
Noah Song hoped to rise through the Boston Red Sox farm system and eventually pitch at Fenway Park in the near future. Those dreams will have to wait. Song, a top pitching prospect who could eventually replace Chris Sale in Boston‘s rotation, is taking the next year off from baseball. Thankfully, Song didn’t suffer an …
John Henry runs a sports empire that includes MLB’s Boston Red Sox, Liverpool in the English Premier League, and a NASCAR team.
The New York Yankees have been ordered to turn over a letter from MLB commissioner Rob Manfred that may connect them to stealing signs during games.
The Pawtucket Red Sox turned their stadium’s outfield into an open restaurant. Other teams may follow in the unique idea.
Pablo Sandoval’s diet and attitude made him a controversial figure in Boston. The team even benched him after an in-game bathroom trip.
Did former California Angels pitcher Donnie Moore really kill himself because of a home run he gave up in the 1986 AL playoffs?
Torii Hunter had multiple racial experiences in Boston that he did not like and that’s why he never wanted to play for the Red Sox.
Eric Hinske recently obtained a home run ball he hit in the 2008 World Series … because of a random office conversation? Here are the details.
Alex Rodriguez worked in a Boston fast-food restaurant to pay off a losing bet in the 2018 World Series.
Former Kansas City Royals third baseman Kevin Seitzer autographs a baseball for a fan 33 years after his historic day.
Trot Nixon was a Boston Red Sox fan favorite in his playing days. Nixon eventually left the diamond to cover high school football.
Michael Jordan may be most closely associated with Phil Jackson, but he also played for a future World Series champion coach in the minors.
Ted WIlliams’ career in Major League Baseball was interrupted twice by military service during wars.
Tony Conigliaro, was once the pride of the Red Sox in his early seasons. Then a gruesome injury cut his career short.
Ted Williams is remembered as one of the greatest hitters in MLB history. When he died, he became known as the Hall of Famer who was decapitated.
Many fans think that Alex Cora got off easy following the sign-stealing scandal. After being fired as manager, Red Sox fans want nothing to do with him.
Cleveland sports fans owe a lot to LeBron James. In addition to giving them plenty of great memories during his two stints on the Cleveland Cavaliers, James gave the city its first professional sports championship in 52 years in 2016. However, fans were not too happy with him when he left the Cavaliers for the …
Despite already being worth a fortune, 47-year-old Manny Ramirez is looking to return to professional baseball.
Babe Ruth played for both the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees and had power at the plate and a rocket arm on the mound. Ruth spent 22 seasons in the big leagues and was as dominant a player as there ever was. He could hit for power, slugging more than 50 home …
Baseball legend Babe Ruth was the sport’s highest paid player in 1920. How much would Ruth make if he played in 2020?
Boston Red Sox legendary hitter Ted Williams once took hitting advice from a 14-year-old kid and it worked.
The Boston Red Sox thought they found a star in Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo. Instead, the team paid Castillo $50 million to go away.
Sparky Lyle was one of baseball’s first true shutdown closers. When he wasn’t sealing games, Lyle had a disgusting love for birthday cakes.
Curt Schilling earned more than $115 million during his MLB career, but he lost it all on a video game just three years after retirement.
A look back at notable MLB players not named Jackie Robinson that wore No. 42.
Late New York Yankees owner Hank Steinbrenner wasn’t thrilled with the idea of “Red Sox Nation.” Steinbrenner blamed ESPN for the phrase.
San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds treasured April 12. Bonds regularly hit significant home runs on April 12 throughout his career.
In 18 years of Major League Baseball, Hall-of-Fame pitcher Pedro Martinez had his share incidents on the mound. He’s thrown at batters. He’s argued calls. Martinez, however, had no regrets with anything he’s ever done on the mound. The only baseball regret the three-time Cy Young winner has, happened on the other side of the …
Months after Ted Williams retired, the Boston Red Sox found a new legend in Carl Yastrzemski. “Yaz” made his MLB debut today in 1961.
Did former Major league Baseball player Jimmy Piersall really run the bases backwards after hitting his 100th home run?