Neil Diamond approved.
Even Yankee fans!
"I'll always be a Red Sock" was maybe not the best choice of words.
This now becomes the second most famous Red Sox text message of the season.
A lifelong Red Sox fan makes the ultimate sacrifice.
Candidate for governor in Rhode Island thinks Curt Schilling is a liar.
Is he conservative? Liberal? Actually, kind of both.
He or she is probably a robber!
They're still just 1–8 against Boston, but they may have gained the upper hand last night.
And Roy Halladay stayed put.
Ortiz will be in town next week, so start preparing those insulting heckles.
Take away their games against the Red Sox, and the Yankees would have their best record since 1998.
For 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.
On one hand, the game ended at 1:10 a.m. But on the other, more time for garlic fries!
And 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.
Do Red Sox fans have free-speech rights too?