Wednesday night, the Boston Red Sox squared off against against their arch rivals, the New York Yankees, beating the pinstripes 5 to 1 at Fenway. But the drama of the night was in the second inning, when Yankee’s pitcher Michael Pineda got himself into a sticky situation.
On game days at Fenway Park, the public street, “Yawkey Way” is actually turned into a private marketplace leased from the city and operated for the benefit of the Red Sox.
Bill Littlefield joins Radio Boston to discuss this week’s top sports news.
Where did the Boston-New York rivalry come from? And why does it persist?
Pedro Martinez was at The Tradition awards in Boston this week, where he declared himself “a Bostonian for life.”
Bill Littlefield joins Radio Boston to talk spots.
We open the phones to hear listener memories about Fenway Park, with Only a Game’s Bill Littlefield, and The Boston Globe’s John Powers.
As Fenway Park celebrates it’s 100th anniversary, we’ll get the latest from inside the park from Only a Game’s Karen Given.
We hear from a man whose wife chose to tell him she was pregnant during the 7th inning stretch at a Red Sox game.
As we continue to feature memories of Fenway Park , we hear from just-retired Sox knuckleballer, Tim Wakefield.
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