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Fenway Park

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  • UConn Men, Women At Fenway On April 22

    UConn’s two national championship basketball teams will be honored in a ceremony next Tuesday at Fenway Park, before the Red Sox-Yankees game. Details aren’t set yet,  the Red Sox say first ball honors have not been determoned, but one...
  • UConn Recruit Daniel Hamilton Talks About Commitment To Huskies

    UConn Recruit Daniel Hamilton Talks About Commitment To Huskies
    NEW YORK – Daniel Hamilton and DeAndre Daniels, both LA kids, go way back. When UConn won the national championship, Hamilton texted his congratulations. "And DeAndre said, 'appreciate it – it's your turn now,'" Hamilton said. Kevin Ollie'...
  • Orioles-Rays game postponed Tuesday and other notes

    Orioles-Rays game postponed Tuesday and other notes
    With heavy rain coming down for much of Tuesday in the Baltimore area, there was little doubt that the Orioles’ scheduled game against the Tampa Bay Rays would be postponed. But both teams arrived at Camden Yards with hope that the clouds would...
  • On The Fly: A Moment Of Silence In Boston

    At 2:49 p.m. Tuesday, the city of Boston observed a moment of silence marking the one-year anniversary of the bombing that killed three and injured more than 260 near the finish line at the Boston Marathon. No one is running from fear. The race is being...
  • Boston Marathoners vow to take back New England's sacred race

    Boston Marathoners vow to take back New England's sacred race
    BOSTON (Reuters) - "Left on Boylston" in this American city means only one thing on marathon day. It means you're in the home stretch of the Boston Marathon, and all of the early morning runs in the dark New England winters, and all the wild cheering...
  • White Sox ready to 'have fun' with Jake Peavy

    White Sox ready to 'have fun' with Jake Peavy
    The White Sox will face former teammate Jake Peavy when the Red Sox open a three-game series Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Peavy, who beat the Sox 7-2 Aug. 31 at Fenway Park, was part of a three-team trade July 30, 2013. "We enjoyed having him...
  • Is a potentially offensive joke worth the possible repercussions?

    Driving home one Sunday afternoon along Route 1 South heading into Boston, I noticed the message on a large billboard to the left off the highway. The billboard featured the photo of a Lexus sedan on the right and on the left, the message: "We give...
  • Ellsbury Gone, But Not Forgotten By Red Sox Fans

    Ellsbury Gone, But Not Forgotten By Red Sox Fans
    NEW YORK — Jacoby Ellsbury will get his ring Friday. The ringing in his ears will have to wait until April 22. Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington and manager John Farrell will present Ellsbury with his 2013 World Series bling — all 14-...
  • Rangers' Beltre has mild strain; DL decision on hold

    ARLINGTON, Texas The MRI exam on Adrian Beltre's left quadriceps muscle revealed only a mild strain, and the Texas Rangers will give him through the weekend before determining if he needs to be placed on the 15-day disabled list. Beltre left Tuesday's...
  • Red Sox's Ortiz and mistakes hurt Rangers in Fenway finale�

    BOSTON Neal Cotts knows that it's rarely a good thing when the media convenes at a reliever's locker after a loss, and the Texas Rangers' reliever stood and took every question Wednesday about his second eighth-inning lapse in five days. "Everyone played...
  • Sideline Chatter: One Lego at a time

    Sideline Chatter: Brace yourself, America, for a sudden shortage of green Lego bricks. A master builder used 28,000 Legos to create a replica of Fenway Park complete with the Green Monster, Pesky Pole and 800 fans in the stands that measures 12 square...