Boston Red Sox were named the Boston Americans from 1901 - 1907.
1901 as the Boston Americans, then changed to the Red Sox in 1908.
no they were once called the Boston Americans
1901 as the Boston Americans (1901-1907); then as the Boston Red Sox (1908-present)
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 current Boston Red Sox were formed in 1901, originally named the Boston Americans. They have always been located in Boston.
Yes, the Boston Red Sox were known as the Americans from 1901-1907. Red Sox became the official nickname for the team in 1908.
The Red Sox were started when Charles Somers moved his Buffalo team to Boston. -----The Boston Red Sox were a charter team in the American League when it was founded in 1901. No team was moved from Buffalo to become the Red Sox, or the Americans as they were known as in 1901.
Boston red sox (back then know as 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).
'Cause they're the Boston Red Sox.
1901. The first year of operation of the American League was 1901. But at that time, they were not called the Red Sox. They were just called the Boston Americans.