Boston Fans Source & Resource for Baseball History

Celebrating 152 Consecutive Seasons of Professional Baseball in Boston!

Boston Fans Source & Resource for Baseball History

Celebrating 152 Consecutive Seasons of Professional Baseball in Boston!

About Herb Crehan

Herb Crehan is in his 26nd season as a Contributing Writer and he has written more than 150 feature articles for RED SOX MAGAZINE. He has authored three books on the Red Sox, including The Impossible Dream 1967 Red Sox: Birth of Red Sox Nation, which was released in November 2016, and contributed to five others. He speaks frequently in the Boston area on Red Sox history. He is the publisher of this website, which is dedicated to the preservation of Boston baseball history. Comments and suggestions for future articles may be submitted at his website.

Joe Morgan & Morgan Magic

By |2022-07-25T19:04:04-04:00July 25th, 2022|Categories: Joe Morgan|Tags: |

Thirty-four years ago this July there was magic in the air at Fenway Park: Morgan Magic.  Red Sox third base coach Joe Morgan was named as the interim manager to replace John McNamara on July 14, 1988.  And the Red Sox won under Morgan.  And won [...]

NEW! TROY O’LEARY LOOKS BACK

By |2022-07-21T23:09:07-04:00July 16th, 2022|Categories: Troy O’Leary|

When the Boston Red Sox claimed Troy O’Leary on waivers from the Milwaukee Brewers in April 1995, it was the best thing that ever happened to his baseball career.  Looking back during a recent interview, Troy said, “I didn’t think so at the time [...]

BERNIE CARBO LOOKS BACK AT 1975!

By |2022-07-22T01:06:31-04:00June 28th, 2022|Categories: Bernie Carbo|

When Bernie Carbo reported to spring training in Winter Haven, Florida, in February 1975, he had no idea that the upcoming season would be one of the most celebrated years in Red Sox history. “I knew we had a lot of talent,” Bernie said in a rec [...]

Dwight “Dewey” Evans Remembers 1975

By |2022-07-22T01:08:19-04:00June 28th, 2022|Categories: Dwight Evans|

When Dwight Evans reported to spring training in Winter Haven, FL, for the 1975 Red Sox season he was very optimistic about the upcoming year. “I knew we had a lot of talent,” Dwight said during a recent interview in his greater Boston home. “I thought we could compete with anyone in the AL East.”

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