Red Sox Now Annoying In Orchestral Manner, Too

When you think classy fanbases, the first thing that pops into your head is the Boston Red Sox, right? Uh, OK, maybe not, but they certainly are getting a whole lot more pretentious all of a sudden. If you really want to anger the Yankee fan in your life, send them a copy of the Boston Pops’ new “Red Sox Album.”

Papelbon Boston Pops

(Paps dances to the Pops)

Pops conductor Keith Lockhart has wanted to do a Sox-themed recording for a while now, and finally got his wish. So, if you’ve been dying to hear an orchestra rendition of the Dropkick Murphys’ “I’m Shipping Up to Boston,” you’re in luck. David Ortiz even appears on the album.

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After Neil Diamond, Fenway Can’t Face The Music

Neil Diamond is set to rock Yawkey Way, as the “Sweet Caroline” crooner will be belting out the Red Sox’s signature song & many other classics on August 23 at Fenway Park.

Neil Diamond Hot August Night

But after that, not much else musically is on tap for the ol’ ballpark.

The BOSTON HERALD’s INSIDE TRACK reports that Red Sox management is having trouble landing another big-name act to entertain the fans at Fenway this season. Read more…

Davidson Borrows Good Luck Song From Red Sox

Wonder how underdog Davidson was able to slay Goliath Georgetown for a trip to the Sweet Sixteen? Was it Stephen Curry’s 25 points in the 2nd half? Was it the Wildcats’ D clamping down and causing the Hoyas to committ 20 turnovers?

Stephen Curry Davidson Georgetown

Could be. And it could also be a little good luck song the SoCon school’s fans has been singing this season, borrowed from the playlist of a certain baseball team in Massachusetts. Read more…