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Red Sox To Change Racist Yawkey Way Back To Jersey Street


The Boston Red Sox and city of Boston have done something that may go a long way in helping change the negative perceptions that people hold about the town's culture and racial intolerance. 

Bostons Public Improvement Commission on Thurs

This Day In Sports: Pumpsie Green Breaks The Red Sox Color Barrier


Jackie Robinson broke baseballs color barrier in 1947, but it wasnt until more than a decade later, on July 21, 1959, that the Red Sox debuted Elijah Jerry Pumpsie Green, who became the first African American ever to play for the Red Sox, the last

O’s Adam Jones Incident Adds To Boston’s Ugly List Of Racist Incidents



That's the best way to describe both the Adam Jones incident last night in Boston and the city itself.

In 2017, the same old crap is still happening. That city has fans that do and say some awful things to opposing players. Worse,

Classless Red Sox Fans Shout N-Word Threats At Adam Jones 


It's not 1967.

It's 2017, but Boston Red Sox fans have forgotten that and are still treating opposing black players with disrespect and showering them with racial epithets.

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This Day In Sports: Minnie Minoso Becomes The Chicago White Sox’ First Black Player


Jackie Robinson broke baseballs color barrier in 1947 with the help of Dodgers owner Branch Rickey, who saw the benefits of Robinsons arrival and the overall need to integrate a game that was only half as good as it could be because of its prejudic

Tim Tebow To Start At DH For Mets Against Red Sox 


Tim Tebows longer than long-shot attempt at playing pro baseball continues as the former college football legend and NFL bust is starting at Designated Hitter for the Mets at a Spring Training game in Port St. Lucie against the Boston Red Sox today

Predictions For The 2015 MLB Season- It Won’t Be Your Father’s World Series


When the dust clears in the 2015 Major League Baseball season, it won't be your father's World Series you will be watching.

You know, the usual teams that are always seem to be in the m

TSL’S HOT STOVE HIGH HEAT: Boston Freaks A Free Agent Double Dip And Drops Doe


My eight-year-old son JC—a baseball lifer in the truest sense—sits on the living room floor checking out stats on the back of his baseball cards and anxiously watching the names of MLB free agents that

David Ortiz Nearly Elected Mayor of Boston


 If you follow Major League Baseball at all, you’ve realized David Ortiz has become just as significant as Ted Williams in Beantown. After the Boston Bombing, his address to the fans in the Fenway and declaration to fans watching from ho

Boston Smells Blood, Sticks to The Plan 


When you stick to the plan and it’s a winning formula, you can’t go wrong. Boston always seemed to know this and St. Louis is quickly finding out.