The Boston Red Sox have won eight World Series titles as of March 2014. The title years are 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007 and 2013.Know More
The Boston Red Sox currently rank in third place for the highest number of World Series wins. The St. Louis Cardinals have 11 wins, and the New York Yankees have 27 wins.
In 2013, the Red Sox won the best-of-seven series against the St. Louis Cardinals with four wins in six games. During the 2007 World Series, Boston won with four wins in four games against the Colorado Rockies. In 2004, Boston was also pitted against St. Louis and won with four wins in four games, capturing its first World Series title since 1918.Learn more about Baseball
The Boston Red Sox recommend that fans follow the team (@redsox) on Twitter to get updates regarding rainouts or rain delays. The team uses the hashtag #Fenwayweather to communicate updates. Rainout information also is available at redsox.com. Those without Internet access may call (877) REDSOX9 for voice messages that include updates regarding rainouts if they are to occur.Full Answer >
The Boston Red Sox traded Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees because the pitcher and outfielder demanded more money than Boston's ownership was willing to pay. On Dec. 26, 1919, the Yankees purchased Ruth's contract for $125,000 and $300,000 in loans. The trade, and subsequent inability to win the World Series for more than 80 years, was known as "The Curse of the Bambino."Full Answer >
The Boston Americans won baseball's first World Series in 1903. The American League Champions won the last four games of the series to defeat the National League's Pittsburgh Pirates five games to three.Full Answer >
According to the UCLA Bruins Athletic News website, the UCLA Bruins have won a total of 131 national championships. This includes 110 NCAA team championships.Full Answer >