1901 as the Boston Americans (1901-1907); then as the Boston Red Sox (1908-present)
Ben Beville debuted on May 24, 1901, playing for the Boston Americans at Huntington Avenue Grounds; he played his final game on June 2, 1901, playing for the Boston Americans at Huntington Avenue Grounds.
On April 26, 1901, the Yankees, who were then known as the Baltimore Orioles, defeated the Boston Americans.
1901 as the Boston Americans, then changed to the Red Sox in 1908.
Boston Red Sox were named the Boston Americans from 1901 - 1907.
The Boston Americans was the name of the American League team from 1901 to 1907. In 1908 the name was changed to the 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.
The current Boston Red Sox were formed in 1901, originally named the Boston Americans. They have always been located in Boston.
Cy Young won 33 games for the 1901 Boston Americans in their 1st year.
The Red Sox, known then as the Americans, and in some record books as the Somersets, began as original members of the American League that began play in 1901.
Ossee Schrecongost played in 4 games at first base for the Boston Americans in 1901, starting in none of them. He made 28 putouts, had no assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had one double play.
Ted Lewis played in 39 games at pitcher for the Boston Americans in 1901, starting in none of them. He made 7 putouts, had 84 assists, and committed 7 errors, equivalent to .179 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had one double play.