With a month left in the MLB season, Giancarlo Stanton has gone on a home run binge and has now surpassed 50 homers on the season.
Jeff Bagwell had dreamed of playing at Fenway Park. That plan changed when he was traded to the Houston Astros, but it started a HOF career.
Lee Smith was a dominate closer for eight MLB teams during his career, racking up 478 saves, which hasn’t been enough to get him in the Baseball HOF.
The 1955 player contract between Ted Williams and the Boston Red Sox sold in a Steiner Sports auction for a final price of $48,456.
Roger Clemens talks about prepping for a start in the shower, pitching in the World Series and his show circuit appearances. Plus, there’s that little scrum with Mike Piazza.
Bobby Valentine reflects on his playing days, managing in the big leagues and how tough it is for the old guard to stay in the game. Plus, he’s a big-time collector.
Sale of Phil Todt’s contract recalls a Todt-for-Gehrig trade that never happened, all part of the long history between Red Sox, Yankees.
‘New Century, New Team: The 1901 Boston Americans’ looks at the beginnings of the Red Sox, American League and the important role played by Charles Somers. Who is Somers? Read on to find out.
Former infielder and now Triple-A manager Wally Backman reflects on the famous Mets season, his career and today’s new rules.
For modern World Series artifacts, Curt Schilling’s bloody sock from the 2004 World Series is one of the most memorable. The sock is going from the Baseball Hall of Fame to the auction block, courtesy of Heritage Auctions, in its February sale.