Refine Search

Two Yankees to face assault charges

...police said. Police spokesman Michael McCarthy did not release the names of the players, but Red Sox spokesman Charles Steinberg said Jeff Nelson and Karim Garcia were the players involved. "The Red Sox are terribly concerned and distressed...
Red Sox fans pick name for documentary

...Year," "The Ecstasy and the Agony" and "Always the Bridesmaid." "The fans have spoken," Red Sox spokesman Charles Steinberg said. "This truly is a film about fans, for the fans, and now named by the fans." The documentary follows last...
Day game forces Red Sox to relocate fans

...have them wear a black shirt when we're hitting and a white shirt when they're hitting." Red Sox spokesman Charles Steinberg said the team has also investigated a one-way screen that fans could see through but would appear dark to the batter...
Police looking for witnesses to bullpen brawl

...removed from the game with the hand wrapped. Williams had cleat marks on his back and his arm, Red Sox spokesman Charles Steinberg said. Williams was wearing a neck brace when he left the hospital Sunday morning. A hospital spokeswoman wouldn't...
Garth Brooks pulls plug on baseball career

...the Padres' home opener to sing the national anthem, but his managers declined the invitation, club spokesman Charles Steinberg said. Brooks sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the 1993 Super Bowl, and said it was the hardest song in the...
Once silent, Ramirez opens up

...reporters. "Now he's basically decided to open up again." Team management didn't push him to talk, said Charles Steinberg, executive vice president for public affairs. Ramirez's concern about his ability to speak English, although...
Yankees coach takes on Red Sox's Pedro Martinez, ends up on the ground

...two Yankees and a Fenway Park worker who was cheering for the Red Sox in the New York bullpen. Red Sox spokesman Charles Steinberg said Paul Williams, who works for the grounds crew, contended Yankees Jeff Nelson and Garcia attacked him. The...
Red Sox stayed 'strong' after tragedy

BOSTON - Walking back to his Fenway Park office after the traditional Patriots Day morning Red Sox game, Charles Steinberg saw the reports on TV that there had been explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line.He saw video of the damage...