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Year Founded: 1901
Division: American League East
Home Stadium: Fenway Park
World Series Championships: 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007, 2013, 2018
American League Penants: 1903, 1904, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1946, 1967, 1975, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2013, 2018
Last Playoff Appearance: 2021
The Red Sox bounced back in 2021, with 92 wins and a trip to the American League Championship series. That showed fans that Boston is still ready to compete with the team's current core. The Tampa Bay Rays, New York Yankees, and Toronto Blue Jays will be prepared to battle it out for playoff spots with the Red Sox again this season.
With Alex Cora back as manager, Rafael Devers, J.D. Martinez, and Xander Bogaerts all had great offensive lines last season after a disappointing 2020 short season. Devers made his first All-Star Game and slugged 38 home runs with 113 RBI. He's an extra-base machine and is till only 25 years old. Marinez was woeful in the COVID-shortened year but followed it up with 28 bombs and 99 RBI. He will reach 300 career homers if he can get to 34 this season. Bogaerts looks like a player who could bag an MVP at some point in the next few seasons. He finished fifth in the running 2019 and has now been an All-Star three times after last season's nomination. He and the Red Sox are in the midst of extension talks, and the outcome will be intriguing.
Boston has seen star left-handed pitcher Chris Sale miss tons of time. He's on the 60-day disabled list and will be out at least a couple of months. Whether he returns at all in 2022 is yet to be seen. If he does, he could provide a huge boost to a team that hopes to be right in the thick of things. Absent Sale, Nathan Eovaldi will be the top starter for Boston. He started 32 games last season and made an All-Star trip to Denver himself. However, he was worse in the second half and got beat up in the playoffs. The Red Sox will also count on starters Nick Pivetta, Tanner Houck, Michael Wacha, and Rich Hill.
Fenway Park is one of the two most iconic stadiums in Major League Baseball, with Wrigley Field being the other. Fenway has been home of the Red Sox since 1912 and has been renovated and revamped throughout the decades. It's on many a baseball fan's bucket list and is home to a fan base with passion to spare and a unique culture. Quirky dimensions and features make it one of the most identifiable and beloved sports arenas.
Perhaps the first two words that come to mind when thinking of Fenway Park are "Green Monster." The iconic left field facade is unlike any other home run barrier in the MLB. Seats on top of the monster as well as ones along the first base line with a view of it are some of the best available. Another famous area is around the right field foul pole, or "Pesky's Pole," as it was dubbed in 2006. An interesting bend around the pole makes a shot directly down the right field line a chance for an easier home run. However, the fence goes directly back from that point and curves around making a ball hit 15 feet to the left of the pole a routine fly ball that doesn't reach the warning track. Fans around the pole see some interesting plays and caroms around the fence.
The Red Sox were founded in 1901 as the "Red Stockings." They switched to their current moniker in 1908. One of the first dynasties in Major League Baseball, Boston won the World Series four times between 1912 and 2018. Even casual baseball fans are familiar with the "Curse of the Bambino," which describes what happened after Red Sox ownership traded Babe Ruth to the Yankees in 1919. After winning the 1918 World Series, the Red Sox didn't lift the trophy again until 2004. They experienced a series of unfortunate events and improbable endings along the way, causing many to claim they had been "cursed" for casually parting with the game's most legendary player.
The 2004 title run was sweet for Boston fans, especially since the Red Sox became the first MLB team to come back from an 0-3 games playoff deficit when they accomplished the impossible against the Yankees in the American League Championship Series. They've since won the World Series in 2007, 2013, and 2018. Red Sox legends include Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, Carlton Fisk, Roger Clemens, Pedro Martinez, and David Ortiz.
A bitter rivalry with the New York Yankees is one of the biggest in sports. While New York has been a much more successful organization overall, Boston has claimed two World Series more recently than the Yankees. "Yankees Suck!" t-shirts originated at Fenway Park and have been seen in many big league parks. Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline," played during the seventh-inning stretch, and the Dropkick Murphy's "Tessie," a longtime Fenway Park anthem, are songs strongly associated with the Red Sox.
Last Updated: April 25, 2022
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