The Houston Astros came from behind in game four of the American League Division Series to end the post season run for the Red Sox.
This wasn’t the outcome we hoped for, but it doesn’t take away from the great season we had in 2017. We have a great group of guys to work with, and some amazing moments to shoot this year, both on and off the field. I’m excited for whatever comes next in 2018.
That’s my sixth season here with the Red Sox in the books, and eighth in baseball. I’m not sure how that happened so quickly. For now, it’s a little bit of down time before offseason work picks up again.
Yesterday, the Boston Red Sox held a team workout ahead of their flight to Houston, Texas for the American League Division Series against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Below is a gallery of photos from the workouts and trip to Houston.
The Cleveland Indians took a close one last night, in game one of the ALDS at Progressive Field. This game could have gone either way, so the Sox look to rebound tonight in game two.
For whatever reason, I felt a little out of sorts or out of rhythm going into last night’s game. I think it was being at a new stadium for the first time and figuring out positioning and logistics. I’m looking forward to this afternoon’s game. I’ve got a better feeling about it!
The Red Sox postseason push began yesterday, as the team held a brief work out at Fenway Park before traveling to Cleveland ahead of the American League Division Series against the Cleveland Indians. Here are some images from the workout, as well as the trip to Ohio with the team.
I’m finally finding time to catch up on the end of the Red Sox homestand from last week. It’s been a whirlwind couple of days of travel, and as I write this post from a hotel room in San Diego, I am feeling exhausted. I have time to kill before a red eye flight back to Boston, so I’m trying to get up to speed on lingering work so I can sleep on the plane tonight.
Here are some images from the first of a three game series between the Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays. A frustrating one for the Red Sox!
Here are some favorites of mine from the past few days of workouts at JetBlue Park during the Boston Red Sox 2016 Spring Training campaign.
It’s been a grind down here, but fun to be outside shooting these various workouts. We’ve also pulled together several really well executed portrait shoots with the players, including our annual photo day, which was likely our best one ever. I included a few portraits I shot in this gallery too.
I’m looking forward to my last week down here in sunny Florida! More to come.
Here are some quick photos from an Major League Baseball media availability appearance in Fort Myers, Florida at the beginning of Spring Training. I was asked by MLB to cover the event.
Baseball is back in business for the year! More to come from Red Sox Spring Training soon.
Above is a selection of images from an emotional day at Fenway Park. In honor of Jackie Robinson Day, all players and coaches on both teams (and across Major League Baseball) wore the number 42 on their jerseys.
Today also marked the two year anniversary of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. In recognition, the Boston Red Sox invited survivors and heroes involved with the Marathon to come back and take part in some special pre-game ceremonies. At 2:49 PM, the time of the explosions, the ballpark, along with the entire city, paused for a moment of silence.
Days like these are a tough but necessary reminder of how precious life can be, and it’s amazing to see how those there today have managed to resume their lives with such strength and resilience.
Here are a few highlights from the annual Christmas at Fenway festivities at Fenway Park. No prize winners here, just a couple of holiday pictures.