Sports reporter Jonathan Oosting breaks down the first win by a member of the Boston Red Sox, which clinched the AL East crown on Wednesday night.
The Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-5 in Game 1 of the World Series.
Here’s the full recap.
Sports columnist Jonathan Oosterhout breaks down why Boston’s win means the World Cup is on track.
Sports reporter John Gambadoro breaks down what the World Championships means for the MLBPA.
Sports analyst Chris Cotillo analyzes the Red Sox’s win and the upcoming World Series schedule.
Sports broadcaster Mike Tirico breaks down how Boston’s victory will affect the upcoming NLDS and ALDS.
Sports writer John Gambadaro breaks down who won the World Championship and who lost it.
Sports commentator Jim Nantz analyzes where the Red Wings are in the standings and what the team’s playoff chances are.
Sports contributor Tom Verducci analyzes Boston’s success.
Sports editor John Gambada breaks down where the Pittsburgh Penguins are in their wild-card race.
Sports anchor Joe Buck breaks down on the news of the day from the White House, a meeting with President Donald Trump and more.
Sports announcer Tom Verdeyc breaks down his favorite moments from the championship.
Sports correspondent Jeff Glor breaks down all the action from the Boston series.
Sports reporters Jonathan Osterhout and Josh Levin discuss the Boston’s historic first win since 1984.
Sports editors Jim Oberlander and Mark Simon break down the Boston victory.
Sports writers Jonathan Oesterhout, John Gambadero and Josh Rosen break down how the Red, White and Blue won.
Sports commentators Paul Lukas and Paul Miele discuss the World Baseball Classic.
Sports producer Jonathan Stoll breaks down baseball’s postseason schedule.
SPORTS REPORTER Jonathan OOSTING: I am looking forward to my next round of sports coverage for the Boston Globe, which will take place Sunday afternoon at 7 p.m.
This weekend marks the beginning of a busy and challenging three-month run for me.
The Globe has been a huge part of my career, both on and off the field, and I look forward to taking my passion and expertise to ESPN.
It’s a dream come true.
I have been on the Globe beat since 1997.
I joined the staff in 2004 and have covered everything from MLB to college sports.
I’ve covered everything baseball and sports, and as I have expanded my coverage, I have come to love the role of sports reporter.
And while I was at ESPN, I’ve been a part of a team that’s built a winning brand and a passionate fan base that is unmatched in the world of sports.
The Boston Globe is a great place to report on the most exciting, exciting sports in the United States and around the world.
And I can’t wait to return to ESPN next weekend for another day of sports action.
I’m honored to be a part and to be an anchor on this prestigious network.
I hope you will join me and we can have a great day on the job.