Let’s take a look at some of the local media covering the BOSTON RED SOX.
Newspaper- Many newspaper outlets cover the Red Sox, but the two biggest names are the Boston Globe (subscription may be required) and the Boston Herald. The Globe online is handled through Boston.com. The paper’s sports section includes a page dedicated to the Sox (Twitter). Beat writers Peter Abraham (Twitter), and Nick Cafardo (Twitter), anchor the paper’s Extra Bases blog. The paper also maintains the popular Boston Dirt Dogs blog. Chris Gaspar (Twitter) and Dan Shaughnessy (Twitter) will also add their thoughts on the team.
The Herald also has a page dedicated to the Sox. Beat writers John Tomase (Twitter) and Michael Silverman (Twitter) also contribute to the paper’s Clubhouse Insider blog. Columnists Steve Buckley (Twitter), Ron Borges and Gerry Callahan (Twitter) will also let their thoughts be known on the team from time to time.
Sports Radio– Sports Radio WEEI serves as the flagship of the Red Sox Radio Network. Joe Castiglione and Dave O’Brien have the call with Jon Rish in the studio. Uri Berenguer and Juan Oscar Baez have the Spanish language call on WUFC. Sports radio talk is dominated by WEEI and 98.5 The Sports Hub.
Television– The New England Sports Network (NESN) has the Red Sox covered on television. Don Orsillo (Twitter) and Jerry Remy (Twitter) call the games with Jenny Dell (Twitter) on the field. Tom Caron (Twitter) hosts from the studio with Peter Gammons (Twitter), Jim Rice (Twitter), Dennis Eckersley (Twitter) and Matt Stairs. The network outlets covering the Red Sox include, WBZ, WCVB, WHDH and WFXT. Boston also has coverage of the team from Comcast SportsNet New England. ESPNBoston also follows the team.
There are plenty of others in the Boston market covering the Sox. Add your favorites in the comments.