Baseball Timeline

Yankees Play Sweet Caroline In Boston Tribute, Other Teams Follow Suit

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Longtime rivals of the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees, paid tribute to the city during last night’s game with images displayed on jumbotrons as well as a rendition of the song “Sweet Caroline.” For more than a decade, “Sweet Caroline,” a popular sing-along track, has been a feature at Boston Red Sox games…. Read more »

Red Sox Show Support For Boston Marathon Tragedy

Red Sox's players have taken to twitter to give their blessing to the city of Boston.

The Boston Red Sox finished their game against the Tampa Bay Rays just before the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday afternoon and have since showed their support for the city. Many players, both current and former, took to Twitter and other networks to send their prayers to the families and victims of the tragedy. The… Read more »

Sellout Streak Ends After 820 Games For Red Sox

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The Boston Red Sox have been playing in front of a packed house for the last nine years. But last night, the sellout streak ended after 820 games. According to Yahoo News, last night’s game was attended by 30,862 people. Fenway Park has room for 37,493 fans during night games. Red Sox owner John W…. Read more »

Rangers Beat Rays 5-4 In Wild Finish [Video]

Joe Nathan got his second save of the season after the bad call.

The Texas Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-4 Monday night in a game that was overshadowed by the last pitch. Rangers closer Joe Nathan struck out Ben Zobrist with a full-count and two outs in the bottom of the ninth to end the game, which was immediately viewed as a terrible call by home… Read more »

Giants Hold Off Rockies, End 2-Game Skid

Hunter Pence hit his third homer of the season if the first inning.

The San Francisco Giants held off the Colorado Rockies 4-2 late Monday night to end a two-game losing streak. Outfielder Hunter Pence hit a three-run home run in the first inning and helped the Giants end the Rockies five-game winning streak. Madison Bumgarner was on the mound for the Giants and pitched 5.2 innings while… Read more »

Honus Wagner Card Sells For Record $2.1 Million At Auction

Honus Wagner Card Sells For $2.1 Million

A Honus Wagner baseball card called the most coveted of all time sold for a record $2.1 million in an online auction this week. The 1909-11 T206 Honus Wagner has now become one of the most valuable baseball cards of all time, setting the highest price ever paid in a public sale. It also turned… Read more »