I grew up a Red Sox fan. I grew up going to Fenway Park and the Museum of Fine Arts and the Science Museum and Symphony Hall and going to the Common, walking around. My whole family at different times lived and worked in Boston.— James Spader
Unusual Boston Red Sox quotations
What you've lost sight of is what you are, and what you are is what you hate.
You're the 10-time WWE Champion! You're the man! You, like the Red Sox, like Boston, are no longer the underdog! You're a dynasty. You are what you hate. You have become the New York Yankees!
2004 was a great year for Boston! The Patriots won the Super Bowl! Boston hosted its first national political convention! And - the Red Sox won the World Series!
The Red Sox are a religion. Every year we re-enact the agony and the temptation in the Garden. Baseball child's play? Hell, up here in Boston it's a passion play.
In Massachusetts, scientists have created the first human clone.
The bad thing is that in thirty years, the clone will still be depressed because the Boston Red Sox will still have not won a World Series.
We've been waiting since 1918 for the Boston Red Sox to win the World Series, and ... if I had a choice between the White House and the World Series this year, I'm going to take the White House. How's that?
The actual fund is called "THE JIMMY FUND" and THE REDSOX FOUNDATION IN BOSTON has gotten involved and people all over New England are very supportive of this effort. The Jimmy Fund is an official charity of the Boston Red Sox and my song "Down at Fenway Park" is often played at Fenway and if you buy the C.D. a portion of the proceeds go to the Jimmy Fund via the Red Sox Foundation.
I always knew I could play, but it wasn't likely to happen in Boston.
I'm grateful to the Red Sox for trading me and to the Marlins for giving me the chance.
I'm very happy and excited to be a member of the Boston Red Sox.
So the guy who shot Gadhafi was wearing a Yankees cap.
Did you see that? If he'd had a Boston Red Sox hat on he probably would have missed.
This jersey that we're wearing today doesn't say Red Sox. It says Boston.
Bart Giamatti did not grow up (as he had dreamed) to play second base for the Red Sox. He became a professor at Yale, and then, in time president of the National Baseball League. He never lost his love for the Boston Red Sox. It was as a Red Sox fan, he later realized that human beings are fallen, and that life is filled with disappointment. The path to comprehending Calvinism in modern America, he decided, begins at Fenway Park.