In an effort to conceal his identity, disgraced Boston Red Sox skipper Bobby Valentine has pulled out an old trick, wearing his fake mustache disguise while in the dugout and conducting postgame press conferences.
Despite Dominican papers saying otherwise, a paternity test taken in April by Pedro Martinez revealed that the New York Yankees are indeed his daddy.
When the Red Sox visited Wrigley Field this weekend, everyone expected Theo Epstein to have mixed emotions when facing his old team, but no one thought he'd react quite the way he did when the Cubs president locked himself in Boston's clubhouse and refused to leave until he was granted out of his five-year contract with Chicago.
"I'm thrilled to be back in Chicago," said Prior. "There are no words to describe the feeling of taking Kerry's spot on the DL. Very big shoes to fill."
A day after he got shelled by the Indians and booed at home, Josh Beckett went on the offensive, saying he was still displeased about the conditions he's forced to pitch in and has demanded a post-game meal of fried chicken and Olde English. Not given what he wanted, Beckett took it out on the media.
Late Thursday night, baseball historians at the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., accidentally dug up what has proved to be the authentic birth certificate for Wrigley Field, revealing its date of birth as April 30, 1899, confirming the venerable old park to be 113 years old, over a decade older than the historic home of the Green Monster.
People of Boston have reported seeing a masked man all over town. He’s been spotted in sushi restaurants, shopping centers, and most recently entering the player’s entrance at Fenway Park. The identity of the man remained a mystery until yesterday when it was revealed that the menace was none other than Red Sox Manager Bobby Valentine.