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Anti-Racism Campaign
BOSTON (AP) _ Athletes from the Boston area's five professional sports teams are launching a new campaign to fight racism and discrimination.
The Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins, and Revolution are joining for a project they're calling ``Take the Lead'' that was unveiled Thursd…
Racism Banner At Fenway
According to multiple twitter accounts, a banner stating that "Racism Is As American As Baseball"  banner was dropped over the Green Monster at Fenway Park tonight.  It is not clear if the three people holding the banner were in favor of racism, or against it...
"N" Word Not OK
The Boston RED SOX have issued a formal apology to Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones and to all of Orioles Nation for a very unfortunate incident that occurred during last night's game at Fenway Park.  Rightfully so, but, let's keep what happened in perspective and examine t…
Pats WR Knocks a Few HRs
Following New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's first pitch to David Ortiz at Fenway Park last night, teammate Julian Edelman knocked a few home runs during batting practice and even took some infield drills before Wednesday night's game against the San Fransisco Giants.
Summer Fun!
While everyone else took off for the beach or the family cookout over the 4th of July weekend my wife and I headed north to Fenway to see the SOX and hopefully a piece of history as Big Papi slays the record books in his final season.
More Safety Netting At Fenway
The Red Sox are making safety nets stretch from dugout to dugout behind home plate at Fenway Park.
The "Boston Globe" reports the work to install the new netting is almost finished.
Last season, one fan was struck by a part of a broken bat, and another fan was hit by a foul ball, wit…
'Truck Day' Nears
While Southern New England continues to dig out of the snow this week, the Boston Red Sox hope to warm up the hearts of Red Sox Nation with the 18th annual Truck Day.

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