Another tough loss for the Sox yesterday. Here are some stills from the game, as well from the annual Red Sox scholars induction pre-game ceremony.
What a game yesterday! After finding themselves down 4-0 the entire game, the Red Sox managed to pull together a 7-run eighth inning. The late game rally would lead them to a win and a series sweep over the Oakland Athletics, their first sweep of the 2015 season.
It seems like that was huge for team morale, and is hopefully a turning point for a season that has gotten off to a difficult start.
Needless to say, it was a great day for pictures. Unfortunately, I was off my game a bit yesterday, and although this take above looks nice, I have to admit that I missed a few key quick moments. Ultimately, we have pictures that tell the story, but I’m kicking myself for not having a few of those other frames.
I’m glad the team is on the road for just a few days and comes back on Friday. Need to put this one behind me, sharpen up and get back on track!
Here are a few quick photos from the Red Sox Foundation’s visits to Northeastern University and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center last week. At Northeastern, the Foundation was hosting a fundraiser, and entertaining students with the World Series trophies and mascot, Wally.
At Beth Israel, this year’s class of Red Sox Scholars was given a tour of a few wings of the hospital, including the NICU and the Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery.
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After losing ten straight games, the Red Sox turned things around and got hot just at the right time, rattling off a seven game winning streak which included five wins at Fenway Park.
Here is our “Top Shots” multimedia piece wrapping up our best photos from the homestand, as well as the few selects from the final game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
For me, Sunday was more about what happened before the game than the game itself, which I was okay with after shooting two really long games the day before.
The graduating class of Red Sox Scholars were on hand to be recognized during a ceremony before the game, which proves to be a busy day for everyone involved every year. Our photo crew was in early in the morning to shoot head shots of all the graduates and inductees across the street at Fenway High School. After shooting those, we broke down our lights and were quickly back over to the stadium to shoot group photos in front of the scoreboard followed by the pre-game ceremony itself.
A busy end to a long weekend. Here are the highlights from the day.
I’m late on these, but I wanted to get them up because I thought they were pretty interesting. This year’s class of Red Sox Scholars was given a tour of a few departments at Beth Israel Deaconess hospital, including the NICU and the Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery.
It was neat to see some of the things they showed us, including a breathing, blinking, talking manikin used by medical students to learn surgical techniques.
The scholars then had a holiday party with games, like the cookie drop above, which made for some hilarious photos. It was also great to have Olympic gold medal judo fighter, Kayla Harrison, at the party.