What was supposed to be an interview between recently-returned Oakland Athletic Jonny Gomes and the hosts of the MLB network show Intentional Talk turned into a showcase for the mimicking genius of catcher Stephen Vogt.
Jon Lester walked through the Oakland clubhouse doors to quite a greeting, from the snappy, patriotic marching tune blaring from the sound system to the handshakes and hellos from every corner.
The Oakland Athletics will go ahead with a planned T-shirt day promotion this weekend honoring outfielder All-Star Yoenis Cespedes, hours after the team announced he had been traded to the Boston Red Sox.
The Red Sox tied it up in another wild one. Here are five things you missed from game 4.
Baseball Aficionados Rejoice As Red Sox Game 4 Win Ensures Series Will Be Won At Historic Fenway Park
The St. Louis Cardinals would probably have chosen not to return to Fenway Park, but now after a pitching letdown in Game Four, they’ll have no choice – and that’s great for baseball and its fans.
The Walkoff: Gomes’ Homer, Doubront’s Relief Work Lead To Red Sox’ 4-2 Victory In Game 4 Of World Series
With one swing of the bat, Jonny Gomes helped the Red Sox win Game 4 and tie the World Series at two games apiece.
David Ortiz had the biggest swing of the ALCS on Sunday night, clubbing a game-tying grand slam in the bottom of the eighth.
Boston Red Sox had scored five runs in the fourth inning to beat the Rays 12-2 on Friday in Game 1 of the AL division series.
Travis Blackley allowed one run over six innings in a strong bounce-back performance that helped the Oakland Athletics move into a first-place tie in the AL West with Texas and set up a one-game showdown for the division title.
Yoenis Cespedes hit a two-run homer while playing with a sore right wrist, and the AL wild card-leading Oakland Athletics beat Baltimore 3-2 on Friday night to prevent the Orioles from moving into sole possession of first place in the AL East.