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John Henry wants to rename Yawkey Way for David Ortiz

BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Red Sox will ask the city to rename Yawkey Way, the street alongside Fenway Park, to change what owner John Henry called

Martone: There was more to Yawkey than all this

Even if he doesn't deserve the honors he's received, there was more to Boston Red Sox owner Thomas Yawkey than what most contemporary people know about him.

Shock, then resolve for ’67 Red Sox after Tony Conigliaro beaned

This is the third part in a series about the Red Sox Impossible Dream season and the Summer of 1967 in Boston. Learn more about this project.

Pedro Martinez pitched two scoreless innings at ‘Oldtime Baseball’ game

Pedro Martinez probably hasn't done too much pitching since his last major league appearance in the 2009 World Series, but the 45-year-old wasn't

John Henry wants the Red Sox to ‘lead the effort’ to rename Yawkey Way

The team's owner said he is "haunted'' by the racist history of former owner Tom Yawkey.

Red Sox Fans: Yawkey Way Is Part Of Fenway’s History

Owner John Henry wants to change the name that is also associated with some of the Red Sox segregated times.

Pedro Martinez Pitches In Oldtime Baseball Game To Benefit ALS Research

Red Sox great and Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez took the mound at St. Peter's Field in Cambridge Thursday night.

Sam Kennedy: Yawkey Way name ‘has made folks feel uncomfortable’

Evan Drellich spoke to Boston Red Sox president and CEO Sam Kennedy on Thursday night about the Yawkey Way name change. 

‘Haunted’ By History Of Racism, Red Sox Want Yawkey Way Name Change

Red Sox principal owner John Henry told the Boston Herald he is "haunted" by previous owner Tom Yawkey.

John Henry wants to ‘lead effort’ to rename Yawkey Way

Red Sox owner John Henry wants to change the name of Yawkey Way.

John Henry says Red Sox to ‘lead the effort’ to rename Yawkey Way

Red Sox owner John Henry wants to change the name of Yawkey Way.

Dolloff: It’s Too Early To Give Up On Xander Bogaerts

There's been a call for the Red Sox to move on from the 24-year-old Bogaerts, but is it too soon?

Jordan Leandre on errant first pitch: ‘It just kind of slipped out of my hand’

As part of the Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon, pediatric cancer survivor Jordan Leandre threw out the first pitch for the Red Sox-Cardinals game at

Remembering The Impossible Dream: 1967 Cardiac Kids Birthed Red Sox Nation

Prior to the 1967 season, the Red Sox were borderline anonymous. But then an impossible dream came to life.

Remembering The Impossible Dream: Carl Yastrzemski’s Importance To 1967 Red Sox

Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski was already a perennial MVP candidate and three-time All-Star before 1967, but that season put both the outfielder and his team on the map.