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Boston Red Sox

  1. the sports section
    With White House Invitation, the Red Sox Couldn’t WinThe Red Sox will leave behind the green monster to visit the orange monster.
  2. indecent proposals
    This May Be the Most Embarrassing Stadium Proposal of All TimeBrutal.
  3. the sports section
    The Red Sox Manager Would Like Michael Pineda to Cheat More DiscreetlyHe was ejected from last night’s game, two weeks after no one seemed to care.
  4. we're just jealous
    Red Sox Fan Pretty Sure He Was Born in 1988Who can remember that far back though?
  5. the sports section
    Red Sox Fans Celebrate World Series Win at Marathon Finish LineThe first victory at home since 1918.
  6. male gaze
    Male Gaze: Adam Wainwright’s Earnest EyesThe look of a man who wants to win.
  7. the sports section
    Red Sox Bullpen Cop’s Arms Are Stuck Like That ForeverLast night’s playoff game created a viral star. 
  8. crimes and misdemeanors
    Red Sox Announcer’s Son Charged With MurderJared Remy has a history of abuse.
  9. ink-stained wretches
    The Boston Globe Is Going Home [Updated]Red Sox owner John Henry bought the paper for $70 million.
  10. the sports section
    GIF: Thunder Clap Absolutely Terrifies Yankees and Red Sox Watch it forever. 
  11. John Kerry Pulls a Classic John KerryThat’s our John!
  12. boston bombing
    ‘Sweet Caroline’ Plays in Yankee Stadium to Honor BostonNeil Diamond approved.
  13. boston bombing
    New York Is Rooting for Boston, at Least for a While [Updated]Even Yankee fans!
  14. the sports section
    Kevin Youkilis Clarifies His Comments“I’ll always be a Red Sock” was maybe not the best choice of words.
  15. media
    New York Times Company Sells Remaining Stake in Boston Red SoxFinally.
  16. challenges
    Matt Damon Sells His Soul to the Working Families PartyA lifelong Red Sox fan makes the ultimate sacrifice.
  17. early and awkward
    Another New England Politician Has Managed to Alienate Every Red Sox FanCandidate for governor in Rhode Island thinks Curt Schilling is a liar.
  18. music
    Neil Diamond Sings ‘Sweet Caroline’ Live at FenwaySo good, so good, so good.
  19. Marketing Gimmicks
    Sox Marketing Gimmicks Report Before Pitchers and CatchersFleming’s kicks Sox gimmick season off with a bang.
  20. stupid crime of the day
    Red Sox Robber Busted!It was time to give up, anyway.
  21. early and often
    The Personal Politics of Curt SchillingIs he conservative? Liberal? Actually, kind of both.
  22. stupid crime of the day
    Finally, Proof That You Should Never Trust Someone Wearing a Red Sox Hat on the SubwayHe or she is probably a robber!
  23. the sports section
    The Yankees’ Perfect WeekendLet us count the ways.
  24. the sports section
    Yankees Beat the Red Sox!They’re still just 1–8 against Boston, but they may have gained the upper hand last night.
  25. the sports section
    Yankees, Mets Mostly Quiet at Trade Deadline; Red Sox Acquire Victor MartinezAnd Roy Halladay stayed put.
  26. the sports section
    Report: Manny, Ortiz Failed Drug Tests in 2003Ortiz will be in town next week, so start preparing those insulting heckles.
  27. the sports section
    Yankees Back in First Place, Despite EverythingTake away their games against the Red Sox, and the Yankees would have their best record since 1998.
  28. the sports section
    Surprise: The Yankees and the Red Sox Locking Things UpFor all the talk of a new day, the American League East exits Memorial Day weekend with the Red Sox and Yankees atop the division. As usual.
  29. the sports section
    Three Lowlights From Last Night’s Yankees Loss to BostonOn one hand, the game ended at 1:10 a.m. But on the other, more time for garlic fries!
  30. the sports section
    Yankees Still Finding Gruesome Ways to Lose to Red SoxAnd since Jacoby Ellsbury’s steal of home will be replayed on every highlight reel for the next year, you’ll get to relive it over and over again.
  31. the sports section
    Man Says He Was Booted From Yankee Stadium for Lack of PatriotismDo Red Sox fans have free-speech rights too?
  32. the times they are a changin'
    Times Shedding Profits, Red SoxBut this is somehow good news?
  33. the sports section
    Leitch: The Unfortunate Legacy of Pedro MartinezPedro no longer has any symbolic value to the Mets. But did he ever?
  34. the sports section
    Our Favorite Moments From Today’s All-Star ParadeOur man at today’s parade noted that it wasn’t just the commuters who were suffering.
  35. gossipmonger
    Lizzie Grubman Rises AgainThe PR guru takes on a managerial role, Dina Lohan goes house hunting on Long Island, and Kathie Lee Gifford makes people uncomfortable in the bathroom. That and more in our daily gossip roundup.
  36. in other news
    Oh, Jeez: A Stripper Who Says She Slept With A-Rod Takes Cynthia’s SideIn an effort to class things up a bit in the divorce proceedings between Alex and Cynthia Rodriguez, the Boston ‘Herald’ uncovered a woman (who used to uncover herself for a living) willing to speak out on A-Rod’s alleged adultery.
  37. the sports section
    We Cannot Thank Eli Manning EnoughAs we face a Celtics championship, we look fondly toward Eli Manning — do you realize what sort of three-sport Masshole championship insanity he saved us from?
  38. the sports section
    Someone Actually Paid $175K for That Dirty Sox JerseyYeah, and if the guy hadn’t bought it, his kids would have been really pissed. Seriously.
  39. the sports section
    David Ortiz ‘Curse’ Jersey Up to $30K on eBayJust when you thought we had put that whole story behind us, it rears its ugly head again on the online auction site (though it’s for a good cause!).
  40. the sports section
    Hank Steinbrenner’s Greatest HitsThis weekend the Yankees owner told the ‘Post’ that he hoped that the guy who buried Red Sox uniforms in the cement of his new stadium got the shit kicked out of him by his co-workers. We take this opportunity for a short walk down memory lane.
  41. the sports section
    A-Rod: What World Series?Did you hear that the Red Sox won the World Series last night? No? Was it because everybody was talking about how A-Rod went free agent, as was announced during the game? After Rodriguez’s shameless agent, Scott Boras, upstaged game four by releasing the news during the early innings, it was all anyone could yammer about. Sure, the Series had been a little boring, and yeah, A-Rod has no reason to love the Sox, but couldn’t they have at least thrown the Rockies a bone? A young team with a thrilling (if disappointing) moment in the spotlight, having their last moments in the sun robbed by a man who is just hoping to make more money next year. Kinda sucks, huh? Anyway, if you didn’t hear about the Red Sox last night on TV or radio, surely you saw the news in this morning’s paper. Oh, you didn’t? You must read the Daily News or the Post, where the Series news was relegated to tiny text ribbons on the front and back pages, dwarfed by coverage of the Yankees. Well, just FYI: The Red Sox won the World Series. Not that you wanted to know. You’re a New Yorker, after all. A-Rod Putting Himself Above the Game [ESPN]
  42. company town
    Is Kate Beckinsale Too Hot to Play Judy Miller?MEDIA • Matt Drudge cracked open The New Republic’s Iraq fabulist controversy once again. Did the mag’s Baghdad diarist really make up details about mass graves and troops ridiculing a disfigured female soldier? Franklin Foer complains that Drudge’s docs could only have come from the Army. [Slate, NYO] • Chris Jones, the managing editor of Portfolio.com, announced his departure from the mag after giving notice over a month ago. High-level rumors also indicate Joanne Lipman may soon be relieved from command — but only for the Website. [WWD] • The Judith Miller movie is now filming in Memphis, and let’s just say that Kate Beckinsale is way too hot to be a reporter. On the other hand, the Valerie Plame CIA character, played by Vera Farmiga, looks just about right. [WP]
  43. the sports section
    Rooting for the Red Sox: Rudy’s Ultimate BetrayalRemember when Hillary Clinton made headlines by saying she’d “have to alternate sides” if the Cubs (her real home team) and the Yankees (her adopted one) faced off in the World Series? “SHE’S FLIP-FLOPPING!” cried conservative pundits, cackling wickedly. Except, as Clinton herself pointed out, such a matchup was completely unlikely and didn’t actually pan out in reality. But Rudy Giuliani today flip-flopped on team loyalty for absolutely no reason. He told a crowd in Boston this afternoon that he is “rooting for the Red Sox” in the World Series. His wafer-thin logic is that he always roots for the American League. Um, WHAT? Why don’t you eat our American League assholes, Rudy? No real Yankee fan would ever root for their bitter rival, not even in the most extreme circumstances. This makes us question everything about Rudy and what he says he stands for. Sure, people may change their position about abortion and gun control all the time. But on team loyalty? That just goes too far. Yankee Fan Giuliani Backing Red Sox [NYT]
  44. the sports section
    Plunking Toward Postseason Baseball in New York has now descended into the energetic predictability of mid-career Oasis. (Which ain’t all that bad. The Gallagher brothers nearly sold out Madison Square Garden last time around and, after a few vodka cranberries and an Excedrin Migraine with extra caffeine, they sounded damn good.) There’s possibility of another Yankees-Sox matchup to which noted philosopher king Derrick Coleman would say, “Whoopty damn do.” Then there’s the lure of another Subway Series. Seriously, who is really rooting for twelve days of Mike and the Mad Dog frothing over Torre versus Randolph or reprising their asinine argument of whether Billy Wagner is entitled to use “Enter Sandman” as his entry song? I’d rather have my molars removed without anesthesia. Or watch Dane Cook shout inane baseball promos for Fox. Oh crap, that last thing really happened.
  45. the industry
    Leonardo DiCaprio to Play Private Eye for Michael Mann