The Boston Red Sox adopted the name "Red Sox" as their official name late in 1907. Prior to the change, the Red Sox were known as the Boston Americans.
The Red Sox were known as the Boston Americans until 1908, when they changed their name to the Red Sox (or sometimes the Red Socks or Red Stockings).
the red sox got their name from the first ever major league baseball team; the cincinatti red stockings
The Boston Red Sox used to be called the Boston Braves.
from wearing red socks
The name White Sox came from sports writers from the Chicago Tribune who used the term "Sox" as a shortened version of their original name: The Chicago White Stockings. The White Sox are one of the original teams of the American League founded in 1901. and the White Stockings was changed to the White Sox by 1904. The Red Sox were originally the Boston Americans and did not adopt the name Red Sox until 1908. Therefore, The White Sox are the ORIGINAL Sox team. Not The Red Sox.
Red Sox catcher Carlton Fisk was the original Pudge.
The FIRST Red Sox with red socks were in 1908 when the team adopted the name Red Sox and took over the color red from the Boston Nationals.
its called the boston red sox
The White Sox play at U.S. Cellular Field and The Red Sox play at Fenway.
Don't believe so. I can't find any record of a Red Sox player by that name.
becasue sox, is a plural, meaning more then one. Americans don't write sock they write sox, but you cant have 1 sox, umless sox is ur cats name
from the Indians the red socks oh and hi
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The Boston Red Sox
Boston red sox
No. Actually, there name was never the Red Stockings, only the Red Sox and Braves.
The American League team in Boston was officially nicknamed the Red Sox in 1908.
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The Boston Red Sox have been around since 1901. They were a charter team in the American League when it became a major league in 1901. Between 1901-1907, the Red Sox were known as the Americans. The name was changed to Red Sox in 1908.