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Fenway Park

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  • Jered Weaver-Clay Buchholz matchup a tough one to stomach

     
    There's a chance things could get a little messy on the Fenway Park mound Monday night when two pitchers battling stomach sickness square off in the first game of a four-game series between the Angels and Boston Red Sox. Unbeaten......
  • Angels trying Alexi Amarista, Mark Trumbo in outfield

     
    With the Angels carrying just four outfielders on their roster, Manager Mike Scioscia is looking for a little depth by trying rookie infielders Mark Trumbo and Alexi Amarista in the outfield. Trumbo, who played 32 error-free games in right field......
  • Angels make quick work of Red Sox, 11-0

     
    The Angels made sure there would be no need for extra innings Thursday, jumping on the Red Sox and former teammate John Lackey early and often in an 11-0 win over Boston, the most one-sided shutout win at Fenway Park......
  • Tired Angels back at it again in Boston

     
    Most of the Angels didn't get to bed until after 4 a.m. Thursday, but they were back in the Fenway Park clubhouse by 11 Thursday morning. "Coffee, coffee and more coffee," Torii Hunter said, wiping at tired eyes. After beating......
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Hall of Famer Richie Ashburn indirectly led to the naming of the band Yo La Tengo

     
    BASEBALL LEGEND: Hall of Famer Richie Ashburn indirectly led to the naming of the band Yo La Tengo. STATUS: True. Baseball and music are irresistibly linked together. When you go to a baseball game, you stand for the National Anthem,......
  • Forget about Ricky Gervais: We're apologizing to West Covina

     
    Years ago, Johnny Carson had a running routine where a fictional character named Floyd R. Turbo would say that he was from Cucamonga, California, a place name that always got a big laugh because, well, there's just something funny about......
  • Question of the Day: If sports had a Santa Claus, who would it be?

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Paul Doyle, Hartford Courant For the 2010 holiday season, the most generous......
  • Lancaster's Clear Channel Stadium and other sports arenas going solar

     
    Take me out to the ballgame -– to see all the solar panels at the stadium. At least that’s the refrain in Lancaster, where panels will go up at Clear Channel Stadium, home of the Class-A JetHawks minor league baseball......
  • Will the new Warners triumvirate bring studio stability or backbiting discord?

     
    It's not exactly a shocker to hear that Time Warner czar Jeff Bewkes has announced that Warner Bros. Chairman Barry Meyer is staying (till 2013) and studio President Alan Horn is going (next April), since that decision seems to have......
  • Ben Affleck: Will 'The Town' finally earn him some respect?

     
    One of the best books about baseball -- and baseball writers -- is Jerome Holtzman's "No Cheering in the Press Box," which takes its title from the unspoken law that sportswriters are not ever supposed to show any rooting interest......
  • Angels go down quietly ... again ... in 6-0 loss to Red Sox

     
    The Angels' offense continued to sputter in a 6-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox in Fenway Park on Tuesday night, a sluggish start to a challenging nine-game stretch against Boston, Minnesota and Tampa Bay. The Angels, who are winless......