After defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in a tough five-game World Series matchup, the Red Sox returned home to a parade fit for one of the greatest teams in all of baseball. Duck Boats followed the parade route to the rhythm of the Dropkick Murphys.
Baseball may very well be America’s favorite pasttime and Boston’s social glue, but why? Alessandro Zenati ’21 searches for the answer in his latest column.
A number of Boston power brokers were against the decision to change the name of Yawkey, some of whom are closely associated with Boston College.
Lesley Visser has written for the best sports section of all time, been inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame, and carried an Olympic torch. Plus, she’s been drinking with Barrett Bryan.
“The University remains grateful to the Yawkey Foundation for their generosity in support of Boston College,” said University Spokesman Jack Dunn in a statement to The Heights.
In an effort to attract younger spectators to Fenway Park, The Red Sox continue to offer $9 tickets to high school and college students with valid student IDs.
Roose said he’s wanted this job since he was a sophomore in college.
Throughout his baseball-playing career, Logan Hoggarth never stayed in his comfort zone for long. Yet nothing has prevented him from coming out on top.
In an effort to both raise awareness about what the Red Sox is doing, as a business, as well as gain feedback from college students in the area, the Red Sox brought a group of around 20 students from surrounding colleges to Fenway Park.