The Red Sox honored Yankees Captain Derek Jeter yesterday at Fenway Park. Boston sports legends like David Ortiz, Bobby Orr, Paul Pierce, and Troy Brown joined for a photo after the occassion honoring Jeter. Orr isn't pictured below.
This afternoon's game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees at Fenway Park meant nothing in the standings, as both team's season's were coming to an end. It did, however, mean as much as any game ever has to me and many other Derek Jeter fans, as it was the final time we will ever see the iconic Yankees shortstop play a major league baseball game.
Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, shame on the Yankees. Starting pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from tonight's game for cheating by using pine tar on his neck. The last time he faced the Red Sox, Pineda appeared to have pine tar dripping from his hand
It is always hard to see a fan favorite go to another team especially when they go to the Yankees. Jacoby Ellsbury became the most recent Red Sox to make the dreaded move to pinstripes to the tune of a whopping $153 million
The New York Yankees were eliminated from the Wildcard race last night. For only the 2nd time in the past 19 years, the Yankees will be not be a participant in Major League Baseball's post season. I know this seems small of me, but the fact that they aren't in the playoffs brings me a certain amount of joy
The news broke Tuesday that the rival New York Yankees would be playing Boston's signature song in order to pay tribute to the victims of the Boston marathon bombings. If you didn't get a chance to see it, here it is.
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