Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, August 6, 2018 vs. New York Yankees.

Insane game! Here’s a gallery from the most unlikely of Red Sox come from behind walk-off wins last night to complete a four game sweep of the Yankees. The Red Sox now stand 9.5 games in front of New York in the American League East division. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 vs. Texas Rangers.

Here are some photos from tonight’s game. Another win for the Red Sox. That’s eight straight. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: Monday, July 9, 2018 vs. Texas Rangers.

Here’s a few from the Red Sox game tonight against the Texas Rangers.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Thursday, June 28, 2018 vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Here’s a gallery from the final game of the home stand last week. An incredible sunset made for a few good innings of light to work with.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, June 10, 2018 vs. Chicago White Sox.

Another homestand draws to a close. I am tired!

Boston Red Sox Photos: Saturday, June 9, 2018 vs. Chicago White Sox.

Another win for the Sox today. Here’s a quick post!

Boston Red Sox Photos: Monday, April 30, 2018 vs. Kansas City Royals.

Xander Bogaerts hits a grand slam — his second of the season and the team’s sixth overall — to give the Red Sox a lead over the Kansas City Royals that they never looked back from last night. Here is a gallery of images from the game.

Portraits: Boston Red Sox Track Suits.

In recognition of the Boston Marathon, Red Sox players wore track suits as they flew from Boston to Los Angeles for their roadtrip. Here are a few simple, one light portraits I shot as the team boarded the bus to the airport.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, April 15, 2018 vs. Baltimore Orioles.

The Red Sox came from behind to win their third straight game against the Baltimore Orioles today. The team also recognized Jackie Robinson Day by all wearing the number 42 on their jerseys.

Here is a gallery from a cold, rainy one at Fenway.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Thursday, April 12, 2018 vs. New York Yankees.

Rick Porcello threw six innings of no-hit baseball last night, which was all the Red Sox needed to beat the Yankees 6–3. The win gave the Red Sox their fourth straight series win this season.