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November 24, 2011 | David Sabino
THE EARLY 1970S WERE A FRACTIOUS TIME, AND FENWAY PARK WAS NOT immune. The '73 Newport New England Jazz Festival was witness to a riot; in the aftermath the Red Sox' brass decreed that Fenway would be exclusively a...
July 11, 2005
Each of the 80 or so baseballs major league umpires put in play during the average game is worth about $15 in pristine condition. But as soon as those balls get belted over fences in critical situations, their value...
June 30, 2003 | Mark Bechtel
The Bronx Zoo's quirkiest character remains a kid at heart, sharing his wisdom with youngsters in his native Miami
January 07, 2002
Dick Schaap, who wrote nearly 30 sports books and was the avuncular host of ESPN's The Sports Reporters, died on Dec. 21, at age 67. His son Jeremy, 32, a reporter for ESPN since 1996, shares this remembrance of his dad.
July 19, 1993 | Peter Gammons
It was before seven on a crystalline autumn morning when Rick Burleson left his home in Acton, Mass., and simply drove around. "I felt like I had ulcers,' " the Boston Red Sox shortstop said later. A few days earlier...