August 18, 1915: Braves Field opens in Boston

A brief glance at the box score for the mid-August game between…

October 11, 1915: Red Sox squeeze by Pete Alexander's Phillies in Game Three

The 1915 World Series featured the upstart Philadelphia Phillies,…

October 12, 1915: Ernie Shore leads Red Sox to Game Four victory

Game Four of the 1915 World Series was the second home game in…

June 13, 1916: Braves, Reds play longest scoreless duel in MLB history

Thanks to sterling pitching, no clutch hitting, and two umpiring…

June 16, 1916: Salida Tom Hughes no-hits Pirates at Braves Field

On paper the game between the Boston Braves and Pittsburgh Pirates…

October 7, 1916: Red Sox win a home game — a mile away from home

The 1916 season began with the reigning world champion Boston…

October 12, 1916: Red Sox claim championship on adopted turf

It was Columbus Day and the biggest crowd of the 1916 World Series.…

May 7, 1918: Boston Braves blow out Brooklyn, 16-0

Shortstop Johnny Rawlings had the game of his life leading the…

September 2, 1918: Braves, Giants finish a season cut short by war

With baseball nearing the end of its second season of play since…

May 24, 1919: Hank Gowdy Day at Braves Field

Welcoming back their popular soldier-catcher Hank Gowdy after…

December 4, 1920: Big-time college football comes to Braves Field

The 1920 Boston College-Holy Cross football game was an important…

October 6, 1923: Ernie Padgett's unassisted triple play

In 1923, the National League Braves and the American League Red…

April 11, 1925: Braves, Red Sox resume City Series in Boston

As Boston Herald sportswriter Burton Whitman saw the preseason…

April 14, 1925: First radio broadcast from Braves Field

The first radio broadcast at Braves Field took place on April…

May 8, 1925: Braves, Cubs celebrate National League's Golden Jubilee

“By gory,” blurted Jack Manning to former teammate George…

July 7, 1925: Bernie Neis's historic clout leaves Braves Field

An ordinary doubleheader on a lazy Tuesday afternoon turned extraordinary…

December 9, 1925: Red Grange, Chicago Bears bring professional football to Boston

From the birth of the National Football League, in 1922, it took…

October 9, 1926: Red Grange returns to Boston with upstart pro football league

Less than a year after Red Grange and the Chicago Bears debuted…

June 2, 1928: Les is more: Braves' Bell wallops three home runs

No ballpark was more suited to the Deadball Era in which it was…

September 15, 1928: Braves play the last of record nine straight doubleheaders

When Ben Cantwell took the mound for the Boston Braves at Braves…