|Earliest: September 25, 2003||Latest: January 31, 2014||Total: 43|
|September 7, 2005|
The feeling at fenway was almost the same as it was last October when Ortiz did it against the Angels. I have a feeling that, unless the bases are loaded, that he will be walked in the rest of the series.
The Red Sox are now 3 games a head of the New York Yankees!
I plan to record every Red Sox game that is broadcast on WEEI in September. The Red Sox are playing much better than they did in 2004!
|August 3, 2005|
However, given that the Red Sox won the last two games and are now 3.5 games a head of the Yankees in early August, I would think keeping Manny is worth the investment. Manny was a key player in the past two games.
We'll have to see how this plays out during the next two months, but things are looking pretty good for the Red Sox!
|June 27, 2005|
The Sox, who won for the 12th time in 13 games, had 15 hits in the road trip finale, extending their streak with 10-or-more hits to seven straight games and 12 of the last 13. They scored at least five runs for the 14th time in 15 games.
|February 7, 2005|
This was almost a repeat of the 2001-2002 season, since they had to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in their stadium and they won the game by 3 points. Thankfully the game ended by having Tom Brady take a knee drop at the end of the game.
On "Fat Tuesday", the Boston Area will give thanks by having a rolling rally. It will be interesting to see how many people show up.
Reasons why most people won't show up:
|January 24, 2005|
Just four months ago the Boston Red Sox won the World Series, and now the Patriots will have the opportunity to win back to back Superbowl championships!
Right after the game last night, some sports analysis were crunching the numbers and predicted that the Patriots will easily beat the Eagles. This is based on how each team faired against tough opponents.
Over the next few weeks expect to here a lot about coach Bill Belichick playing strategy. In the meantime here are some quotes:
"I'll never pick against the Pats again," wrote Yahoo analyst and former All-Pro Cris Carter.
"The Patriots are the premier team in football. Again," wrote Sports Illustrated's Peter King.
"They may be the greatest team ever," opined ESPN's Chris Mortenson.
|January 2, 2005|
Well, the New England Patriots have a week off to relax and get ready to play some exciting Playoff football! Getting Playoff tickets is just the same as getting regular season tickets. They are sold out!
|October 28, 2004|
It took 86 years to win this title!
Some significant factors in yesterdays win:
Today's Boston Globe should sell out since many Red Sox fans will be buying them as a souvenir. There are plenty of Boston Heralds around, but it seems that the Globe is the paper of choice this morning.
|October 26, 2004|
Two weeks ago, the New York Yankees had that same thought. The difference is that the Red Sox have more reasons to win than the Cardinals and the momentum is certainly on the Red Sox side...
The key play of the game was in the third inning:
Ahead 1-0, Boston did it again with defense in the third.Keith Foulke was sensational as the Red Sox closer, he was picked up last year because the Red Sox almost made it to the playoffs last year, but didn't have a good closer.
Suppan started it with a swinging-bunt single and Edgar Renteria hit a double that sent Nixon sliding feet first into a warning track puddle, a pratfall right out of a Wet&Wild Ride&Slide.
Again the crowd came to its feet, sensing the big hit that St. Louis needed. Walker instead rapped a weak grounder to second baseman Mark Bellhorn, which should have easily been enough to advance the runners and score the tying run.
Suppan, however, made a quick break for the plate and stopped while Renteria took off for third. Ortiz caught Bellhorn's throw, took a second and then noticed the Cardinals' confusion on the bases.
Ortiz made a perfect throw across the diamond to nail Suppan, and a grounder by Pujols ended the inning and brought out the boos.
|October 21, 2004|
A limited number of tickets for Games 1, 2, 6 and 7 of the World Series will be available by telephone today at 3 p.m.: (617) 482-4SOXGame 1 starts on Saturday at Fenway Park!
|October 19, 2004|
A few notes about the game: