The Red Sox are off to a strong start in the first week of the 2015 MLB season. This past weekend they wrapped up their first series against the Jeter-less New York Yankees, where they beat them in dramatic fashion on Friday night, playing 19 innings in a game that lasted seven hours.
Today Fenway Park’s home opener for the 2015 Baseball season is today. The Boston Red Sox will play host to the Washington Nationals who have struggled in their first week of play. After this three game series, the Red Sox will play 22 consecutive games against American League East teams so I hope the team can maintain their intensity.
The Boston Red Sox play their first game of the 2015 MLB season later today at 3:05 pm in Philadelphia. Fenway Park’s home opener won’t be until the following Monday when they host Washington, D.C.’s Nationals.
Hopefully the weather will warm up in a hurry so it will be more enjoyable to visit Fenway Park, and here is to hoping that this season proves to be less frustrating than 2014 for Red Sox Nation.
Tomorrow Red Sox position players report for spring training with the first full-squad workout scheduled for this Thursday. It may not seem like spring (at least not here in Boston) but I love when spring training starts because I know spring is not far away. This year Red Sox Nation will also have the added benefit of the handsome (selfie loving) Grady Sizemore. Will he be able to bring the goods or just be easy on the eyes?
Called a “Rolling Rally” by The Boston Globe, today’s Red Sox World Series Championship parade was incredibly pleasant,thanks to unseasonably warm and sunny weather.
There was a relaxed atmosphere in the crowd that poured in from all over New England and beyond to see the parade. This kid’s sign pretty much sums up Boston’s good fortune in recent years.
I can’t think of any other city in recent years that has dominated in all the major sports leagues, making it truly one of the best places to live if you love sports.
Below are a handful of photos from today’s parade.
I love this photo making the rounds on the internet today. For those unfamiliar this is the front entrance to the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
The city’s celebratory parade on the Duck Boats will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday. I’ve taken a screen capture of the parade route, but for more information link here.
From worst to first. Time for Fenway Park to raise another banner.
Last week BuzzFeed had posted The 23 Most Boston Things To Ever Happen. It is rather bizarre but a few of the photos had me smiling. Like this image. I’m very excited about tonight’s game against St. Louis.
Thanks to @MoInMontrose for pointing out this article.