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BoSox honor All Fenway squad to cap 100th yearCNNSI.com Sep 26, 2012BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston Red Sox are honoring some of their great players on the field as members of the "All Fenway Park Team."Share TweetYunel Escobar is set to make his return to Toronto on Thursday for the first time since receiving a three-game suspension for writing a homophobic slur on his eye-black patches during a game against the Red Sox.Share Tweet
Papi hopes to stay in Boston for 2013, beyondAt least from a team standpoint, David Ortiz's 10th season in Boston has been by far his most disappointing. But that hasn't diminished Ortiz's desire to remain with the Red Sox.Share TweetRed Sox manager Bobby Valentine said Wednesday that he hasn't been told about his status for next season, so he thinks he'll be back.Share TweetManager Buck Showalter on Wednesday declined to name his three starting pitchers for this weekend's series against the Red Sox.Share Tweet
William Shatner treks to Fenway for Red Sox-Rays (Video)yahoo.com Sep 26, 2012Well, beam me up, Scotty! It's William Shatner of "Star Trek" fame, enjoying a Boston Red Sox-Tampa Bay Rays game at Fenway Park on Tuesday night. The first man in space Captain of the Starship Enterprise. Wow. Not that J. Tiberius Kirk isn't …Share Tweetyahoo.com Sep 26, 2012On three different occasions we've seen individual pitchers strike out 20 batters in a nine-inning game. Roger Clemens accomplished it twice during his days with the Boston Red Sox - the first time coming on April 29, 1986 against the Seattle Mariners aShare Tweet
Rays Fans Have Found A Unique, Horrifying Solution To The Attendance Problemdeadspin.com Sep 26, 2012The Rays extended their winning streak to six in beating the Red Sox last night at Fenway, on a night that attempted to take Bostonians' minds off this year's misery and focus it instead on the glory of 2004. It brought out the rich and famous, as well …Share Tweet
Varitek 'close' to taking new job with Red SoxESPN.com Sep 26, 2012Former Red Sox captain Jason Varitek, at Fenway Park for ceremonies honoring the 2004 World Series champions, said Tuesday he is "close" to taking a new job with the teamShare Tweet