Boston fans welcomed Carl Yastrzemski’s grandson with open arms … as the enemy. It’s a bit of sportsmanship saved only for a place that appreciates its history in a historic place … a place that wouldn’t be here without the 1967 Red Sox.
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Great individual statistics alone are not enough to capture the MVP or Cy Young Award. Sportswriters have often cited a team’s futility as justification for shortchanging deserving players of postseason honors.Read more
Not every player can go out like David Ortiz. Not many last seasons are like Mariano Rivera’s. Ted Williams’ 1960 curtain-call rarely happens.Read more
A pair of dirty grey sweatpants. That’s what Hungary goalkeeper Gábor Király was rocking on Wednesday at international soccer’s second most important tournament, while helping his team win their group.Read more
Keith Good’s weekly One-Act, an SNL-meets-MLB look at the week in baseball. This week, things get a little serious when a fan sneaks down to the best seats for the last half-inning.Read more