The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions
"Fenway Park scoreboard saving runs."
"This may be one of the most difficult catches I’ve ever seen."
Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh becomes the first catcher in Fenway Park's 112-year history to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game.
Ohtani went 0-for-4 at the plate in Sunday's loss, but a ton of fans outside of Fenway Park gathered to see him.
We are witnessing history.
Security eventually got the person.
This is as amazing of a slide as you'll ever see.
A 23-run victory for the Toronto Blue Jays, who scored a franchise-record 28 runs vs the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
INSIDE-THE-PARK GRAND SLAM FOR THE TORONTO BLUE JAYS! The first in MLB since 2017.
Over the weekend Ohtani visited a pair of Fenway Park landmarks.
This was perhaps the best throw from the stands since Henry Rowengartner.
Of course Joe West makes an appearance here.
This was one of the shortest home runs ever, and was only possible thanks to Fenway Park's "Pesky's Pole."
He's okay, so we can laugh.
In a story that the Cincinnati Zoo is certainly not going to enjoy, a Boston Red Sox fan...