Saturday, December 5, 2020

Red Sox fan admits cheering for Yankees this week ‘feels dirty,’ does it anyway

"I could just cheer for the Sox to win out against the Orioles, but they took three of four from us at home just last week" said Branham, whose Red Sox have won only six of 24 games this month. "No chance we sweep 'em."

Lackey upset over text message reminding him what a terrible person, mediocre pitcher he...

"You have a problem with me leaving my wife while she's battling cancer? Fine," said Lackey, who gave up three runs in six innings and set Boston up for a dramatic 14-inning win over the Yankees. "But do you have to remind me my ERA is hovering over six all year? Jerk."

Orioles enjoy being relevant this late in season for first time since ’97

By knocking the Red Sox out of the playoff hunt with a walk-off ninth inning win in the final game of the season, the Baltimore Orioles enjoyed being relevant this late in the season for the first time since the team's last playoff appearance in 1997.

Red Sox blame collapse on Tom Brady’s haircut

Moments after being eliminated from the playoffs, Red Sox players blamed their epic collapse on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s recent haircut, which drew headlines around the country Wednesday.

Carl Crawford puts Rays in playoffs for third time in four years

In 2008 and 2010, Crawford helped the Rays make the playoffs with great fielding and hitting as a member of their team. But this year he did so by struggling for Boston all season and by muffing a very playable ball in Baltimore Wednesday night that allowed the Orioles' winning run to score and knocked Boston out of the playoff race.

Slideshow: 5 things that happened in the sports world while you ate lunch

From Prince Fielder eating two meals to the Red Sox losing yet another game, a lot has happened since you took your lunch break. Stay up to date with The Heckler.

Cubs hire Epstein, Francona and Ted Williams’ head

Just a few days after Boston's shocking September collapse, the Cubs have swooped in and hired three beloved Red Sox figures: Theo Epstein as GM, Terry Francona as manager and Ted Williams’ head as hitting coach.