Photos: Boston Red Sox Wives Participate In Scooper Bowl.

Boston Red Sox wives Ann Davis, Georgia Nua, and Erin Bradley participated in the 35th annual Scooper Bowl at City Hall Plaza in Boston this afternoon. The three day event raises funds for the Jimmy Fund to conquer cancer, while providing all you can eat ice cream. Boston Red Sox President Emeritus Larry Lucchino participated in the event as well.

Boston Red Sox Photos: Friday, May 20, 2016 vs. Cleveland Indians.

The 2016 Red Sox Hall of Fame inductees – Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield, the late Ira Flagstead, and Red Sox President/CEO Emeritus Larry Lucchino – were honored during a special pre-game ceremony before last night’s game against the Cleveland Indians. 

David Ortiz’s 2013 game-tying grand slam in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series against the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park was also selected as the “Great Red Sox Moment,” a memorable moment in Red Sox history that is regarded for its special significance.

The Sox followed with a close loss to the Cleveland Indians in the first of a three-game series, but there was still much to celebrate at the ball park.

Photos: B’Nai B’Rith Honors Larry Lucchino.

Here is a selection of images from a B’Nai B’Rith event at Fenway Park honoring Boston Red Sox President & CEO Emeritus, Larry Lucchino. 

Boston Red Sox Photos: Sunday, September 27, 2015 vs. Baltimore Orioles.

Sunday marked the close of the 2015 Boston Red Sox campaign at Fenway Park, as the team played the last game of their final home stand in Boston. 

It was a day full of farewells, capping off an at times turbulent season full of change within the team and within the organization. In an on-field ceremony, the Red Sox honored longtime President & CEO, Larry Lucchino, who is stepping down at the end of this season after 14 years in that role. It was a simple but beautiful tribute, and a fitting exclamation point to an ownership group that has accomplished a lot of great things together. 

Equally bittersweet was a fan tribute to NESN’s Red Sox broadcaster of the last 15 years, Don Orsillo. The announcer received a standing ovation from fans in the park after a video montage was played on the big screen. 

These come on top of team manager John Farrell’s cancer diagnosis and former General Manager Ben Cherington’s decision to step down earlier this year. That’s a lot to happen all at once.

I guess it goes to show how quickly things can change, even when it may appear that they’ll stay the same forever. That seemed to be a theme this season around here, and it will be interesting to see the changes that will undoubtedly continue this winter. 

This brings my sixth complete season working in Major League Baseball to a close. I put in more hours and worked harder this year than in any previous season. It was exhausting at times, but the new challenges I encountered this season only make me love the job even more. The results on the field weren’t what most of us predicted, but I’m proud of both the quantity and quality of the work I produced documenting the 2015 season. I learned a lot and tried new things. I know not every work place allows the freedom to do that so easily, so I’m grateful for the opportunity. 

Now to shift focus onto other work and projects that I’m behind on!

Great season to everyone involved!

Boston Red Sox Photos: Wednesday, June 3, 2015 vs. Minnesota Twins Double Header.

Here are photos from what is easily one of the longest days one can have as a sports shooter, the day-night double header. The Red Sox split the two games with the Minnesota Twins. 

Interesting to see how a team’s offense can be so alive at one part of the day and then be so quiet later on. That was the story yesterday.

There were a few neat moments before game two, as Tommy Lasorda and Larry Lucchino, two titans of the game, were on hand. Ronald McDonald was also there, so it was a diverse crowd.

Photos: Boston’s Marty Walsh Visits Fenway Park.

Today is Opening Day for the 2015 Major League Baseball season! It’s hard to believe the winter is over and the season is back upon us. 

As has been tradition in recent years, Boston’s Mayor, Marty Walsh, came to Fenway Park this morning to recognize the start of the season and to view recent improvements and additions to the ballpark. 

The walk through also coincided with the opening of ‘Gate K,’ a concourse in the ballpark designated for kids, as well as the announcement of a Historically Black Colleges and Universities game to be played here later this month.

Here are a few moments from the morning!

Boston Red Sox Photos: Wakefield Named Honorary Chairman.

"Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield gives a press conferences to announce his return to the organization as the Honorary Chariman of the Red Sox Foundation and Special Assignment Instructor Friday, April 12, 2013 at Fenway Park."

“Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield gives a press conferences to announce his return to the organization as the Honorary Chariman of the Red Sox Foundation and Special Assignment Instructor Friday, April 12, 2013 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.”

Boston Red Sox President & CEO Larry Lucchino introduces former pitcher Tim Wakefield as the Honorary Chariman of the Red Sox Foundation and Special Assignment Instructor Friday, April 12, 2013 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts."

“Boston Red Sox President & CEO Larry Lucchino introduces former pitcher Tim Wakefield as the Honorary Chariman of the Red Sox Foundation and Special Assignment Instructor Friday, April 12, 2013 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.”

"Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell gives a press conference after a game against the Tampa Bay Rays was postponed due to inclement weather Friday, April 12, 2013 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts."

“Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell gives a press conference after a game against the Tampa Bay Rays was postponed due to inclement weather Friday, April 12, 2013 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.”

The game last night was postponed due to rain, so I shot two press conferences instead.

The first was an ordinary presser with Red Sox Manager, John Farrell. The second was to announce former knuckleballer, Tim Wakefield, as the Honorary Chairman of the Red Sox Foundation and as Special Assignment Instructor to the team. 

Click here to watch a quick video from the press conference. I even made a little appearance in it once or twice! 

Photos: Boston’s Mayor Menino visits Fenway Park.

"Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, arrives at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 to take a tour of the stadium before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener."

“Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, arrives at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 to take a tour of the stadium before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener.”

"Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, arrives at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 to take a tour of the stadium before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener."

“Larry Lucchino, Boston Red Sox President & CEO, points out new ballpark features to Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 during the Mayor’s stadium walkthrough before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener.”

"Larry Lucchino, Boston Red Sox President & CEO, points out new ballpark features to Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 during the Mayor's stadium walkthrough before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener."

“Larry Lucchino, Boston Red Sox President & CEO, and Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, sample new menu items at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 during the Mayor’s stadium walkthrough before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener.”

"Larry Lucchino, Boston Red Sox President & CEO, points out new ballpark features to Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 during the Mayor's stadium walkthrough before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener."

“Larry Lucchino, Boston Red Sox President & CEO, escorts Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston, at Fenway Park Friday, April 5, 2013 during the Mayor’s stadium walkthrough before the 2013 Boston Red Sox home opener.”

Before the Boston Red Sox home opener every season, Boston’s Mayor, Tom Menino, visits Fenway Park and takes a look at the new additions and upgrades to the ballpark. 

This morning, he came for his annual visit, and checked out the park’s revamped Champions Club and Royal Rooters Club. He also took a taste test of the park’s new menu items. 

This was particularly timely, as several days ago, Mayor Menino announced his decision not to seek another term in office. It was his last walk through Fenway, if you will.

Boston Red Sox Photography: Memorial Day – Monday, May 28, 2012 vs. Detroit Tigers.

“An American flag covers the Green Monster during the Memorial Day ceremonies at Fenway Park Monday, May 28, 2012 before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers.”

“Boston Red Sox President and CEO Larry Lucchino talks with former Red Sox great Johnny Pesky during the Memorial Day ceremonies at Fenway Park Monday, May 28, 2012 before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers.”

“Former Boston Red Sox right fielder Trot Nixon throws out the ceremonial first pitch during the Memorial Day ceremonies at Fenway Park Monday, May 28, 2012 before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers.”

“Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Felix Doubront delivers during the first inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers Monday, May 28, 2012 at Fenway Park.”

“Boston Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzales slides into home plate during the first inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers Monday, May 28, 2012 at Fenway Park.”

“Boston Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks throws to first during the eighth inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers Monday, May 28, 2012 at Fenway Park.”

Here’s a few from this year’s Memorial Day ceremonies and action at Fenway Park. We caught a beautiful day for baseball, and the Red Sox pulled through with a solid win.

When you shoot the same event every day, it’s important to constantly challenge yourself to find different ways to make it look interesting. I tried to mix things up a bit yesterday. This game’s “Thing I Learned”: I’m settling in to shooting from the seats more and more as the season goes on. There’s somer really interesting frames to be made. I like the juxtaposition of game action and fan activity. I think I’m going to try to explore that more going forward.