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Behold! The Absolute Weirdest (Official) Red Sox Souvenirs You Didn’t Know You Need to Own

If you’re reluctant to attend a Red Sox game this year because of the pandemic or simply unable to get in thanks to the planned […]

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Are the Red Sox Owners in It for the Love of the Gain?

For Red Sox die-hards, the turn of the calendar to March represents an invitation to officially begin obsessing about the upcoming season. Despite the past […]

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At Least for Now, Fenway Is the People’s Park

Not having Fenway Park this year really sucked. For the first time in maybe a decade, a year went by without the chance to spend […]

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Test Your 2020 Memory: When Did This Happen in Boston?

It has been nine whole months since the effects of the pandemic really took hold in Boston, and life as we knew it changed dramatically. […]

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My Life in the Age of COVID: Red Sox Prospect Leon Paulino

As the COVID-19 pandemic upends every aspect of Boston life, we’re checking in with some local residents to learn how they’re processing our new normal. […]

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Are the Red Sox Hanging Fenway Concessions Workers Out to Dry?

In another timeline, today would have been a joyous one at Fenway Park. Thousands of fans in freshly-dusted-off jerseys and cruddy baseball caps streaming down […]

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What’s a Boston Sports Fan to Do?

I often turn to sports in moments of great anxiety. When life feels most uncertain, there is something soothing about turning on a Celtics game […]

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How Did the PawSox End up in Pawtucket, RI, Anyway?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at [email protected] Question: […]

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Do Not Come Between Lydia Edwards and the 2018 Red Sox World Series Trophy

Gonna be honest with you, it’s been a little overwhelming to follow the chaos that’s taken over the MLB over the past week. There’s a […]

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Things Are Looking Bleak for Alex Cora

This is bad. Very, very bad. Folks, it does not look good. The MLB has just handed down an apocalyptic punishment to the Houston Astros’ […]

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The Kenmore Popeyes That Fried the 2011 Red Sox Season Is Gone

Just a month and a half after the chain’s chicken sandwich broke the Internet, it seems that Boston is saying goodbye to its most storied […]

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RIP to the Dugout TVs Rick Porcello Shattered with His Bare Fists Wednesday Night

Red Sox starter Rick Porcello may be having one of his worst seasons of pitching yet, but in the dugout Wednesday night, he showed that […]

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Distant Cousins Mookie Betts and Meghan Markle Shared a Hug at London Red Sox Game

Once upon a time, in a kingdom known as Ohio, Katie and Richard Betts were wed. Little did they know that generations later, their relatives would include a […]

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Would You Spend $35,000 to Watch the Red Sox Play in London?

This summer, British football fans will finally be able to determine if they’re more or less obnoxious than American baseball fans when the Red Sox […]

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Trump Says the White House Visit is the Reason the Red Sox Are Good Now

It was an awkward, polarizing, gaffe-stricken affair, but Trump insists that last week’s Red Sox visit to the White House was, in fact, a good luck […]