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The Secret Life of a Boston Sports Hater

Boston is probably the greatest sports city in the world. But what if I don’t care?

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Someone Damaged the World Series Trophy with a Thrown Beer

Look, if you’re gonna throw beer cans at duck boat-riding athletes during a victory parade—and if history has taught us anything, you are definitely going to […]

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Live Updates from the 2018 Red Sox Victory Parade

1:38 p.m. And that’s a wrap for this year’s parade. See you next spring, Sox fans. Clean up underway on Boylston St. City workers getting […]

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The “Red Sox Nonstop Remix” Is the Song of the World Series

It’s official. The song of the World Series has arrived, and if you’re not bumping it all week to celebrate the Red Sox’ big win […]

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Boston Celebrates World Series Win with Songs, Crowds, and One Arrest

The city of Boston took to the streets last night after the Red Sox beat the Dodgers 5-1 to win the World Series for the fourth […]

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Alex Cora Wants to Take the World Series Trophy to Puerto Rico

Needless to say, people are pretty thrilled with Alex Cora, the first-year Red Sox manager who led his team to a World Series victory. On […]

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Cue the Duck Boats! The Red Sox Victory Parade Is Coming Soon

The Red Sox have won the World Series, and you know what that means: It’s time to call out of work, stuff Bud Lights in your […]

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The Red Sox Are World Series Champions Again

Curse? What curse? Those 86 years without a championship must have resulted in some kind of good karma, because the Red Sox are now World Series […]

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Dunkin’s “DOnut DAMAGE” Signs Draw Snickers Online

OK, OK. We’re all adults here. Clearly what Dunkin’ Donuts is promoting with its new ad campaign is a delightful twist on what has become […]

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Almost the Entire Country Is Rooting for the Red Sox (At Least, They Are on Twitter)

Call it a red wave. A new analysis of social media leading up to the World Series shows that the vast majority of states in […]

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Walsh to Sox Fans: Don’t #DoDamage to Boston During the World Series

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh urged fans not to #DoDamage to Boston during the World Series, invoking the team’s catchphrase for the season during a pre-game safety meeting. “That’s […]

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The Dodgers Crossed the Boston Hotel Picket Line Ahead of the World Series

Another Red Sox rival has gotten Boston hotel workers all riled up by crossing a picket line during their historic strike: The Dodgers. A day before the team […]

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It’s a Beautiful Day in Red Sox Nation

Good morning. The sun is shining. A crisp, cool chill is in the air. And the Red Sox are going to the World Series. After […]

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How One Red Sox Fan Lost His Way

I hate everybody born after 1995. All of you. I might be shaking my fist at a cloud right now, but I have a far […]

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Did the Astros Cheat During Game 1 of the ALCS with the Red Sox?

Something sketchy went down at Fenway during Game 1 of the ALCS. But did the Astros cheat? That’s the big question right now. Allegations against […]