there is a free font called dirty sox
The Boston Red Sox did not use a previously made font when designing their name. Instead, they created their own which has been used now by many.
Numbers I've used beantown Red sox I've used bosox
See related linksThe Boston Red Sox write their logo in a font / typeface that they haven't changed in a really long time. I have tried to find out the exact font, too, but haven't been able to.However, there are a lot of talented font designers who have created Boston Red Sox font sets that come really close, and would be great for any Red Sox fan project.For example: http://www.fontspace.com/lee-gordon/bosox
The logo font for the Boston Red Sox originated from design by Oritz-Lopez Typrfoundry, which was based on Tuscan woodcut letter. Not much information is released about the font used for the California Angels.
Boston Red Sox were named the Boston Americans from 1901 - 1907.
Bosox, it can be downloaded on websites online, i have already done it myself.
'Cause they're the Boston Red Sox.
The Boston Red Sox were established in 1901.
Boston Red Sox was created in 1901.
1950 Walt Dropo, Boston Red Sox, 1B 1961 Don Schwall, Boston Red Sox, P 1972 Carlton Fisk, Boston Red Sox, C 1975 Fred Lynn, Boston Red Sox, OF 1997 Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox, SS 2007 Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox, 2B
I think Boston Red Sox red is PMS 201.
The Boston Red Sox play in Massachusetts. Boston is the capital of Massachusetts.
the Boston Red Sox play in Massachusets, USA
Currently, John Farrell is the manager of the Boston Red Sox.
Paul Lessard is the head trainer for the Boston Red Sox.
Casey Fossum was number 23 on the Boston Red Sox
Will Middlebrooks is number 16 on the Boston Red Sox.
The Red Sox come from Boston
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.
its two red sox back to back in front of a baseball
The Boston Red Sox used to be called the Boston Braves.
1901 as the Boston Americans, then changed to the Red Sox in 1908.