The Boston Red Sox are an American professional baseball team based in
Boston, .... The origin of the nickname appears to be a poem entitled "The
Pilgrims At Home" ... The formal name of t...
Oct 27, 2013 ... Taken from Wikipedia: The name Red Sox, chosen by owner John I. Taylor after
the ... The modern Boston Red Sox adopted their name in 1908, after playing the
1901 through 1907 seasons as the Boston Americans (an ...
Jun 4, 2001 ... Boston Red Sox Team History. ... Took it's name from the Boston Red Stockings
the original name of the Boston Braves (the first professional ...
Smokey Joe Wood -- He arrived in Boston at the end of the 1908 season with a
load of talent in his right arm, making him the successor of the great Cy Young.
In recent years, a controversy arose about whether the Boston Red Sox had ever
been known as the Boston Pilgrims. From 1901 to 1907, the official team name ...
Boston Red Sox (8767-8200 W-L, 1908 - 2016) - 7 World Championships, 11
Pennants, and 20 Playoff Appearances ... Hold mouse over number to view name
May 27, 2016 ... The Boston Red Sox were created in 1901 in the American League, when the ...
unofficial names such as the Boston Americans, Boston Pilgrims or .... With
former pitching coach John Farrell now at the helm, the Red Sox ...
Baseball Almanac once called them the Boston Pilgrims. ... So what were the
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The Americans adopted the name Red Sox late in 1907 and hit their stride with ...
The Sox also unveiled a skinny 19-year old left-handed pitcher in 1914 who ...
Apr 6, 2015 ... The Braves, who played in Boston and Milwaukee before moving to ... Taylor's
team became known as the Red Sox, a name popularized ... Detroit's original
minor league baseball team was officially known as the Wolverines.