Three weeks after Jerry Remy announced he would be out for the remainder of the 2017 season while battling back from lung cancer, NESN’s popular analyst made a surprise comeback for Friday night’s game against the Rays. …read more
An emotional Jerry Remy addressed his legions of fans at Fenway Park during a Sunday ceremony in celebration of his 30 years of broadcasting games for NESN, and he gave them a message they were thrilled to hear. …read more
Jerry Remy will be back at Fenway Park for the first time since June when the Red Sox honor his 30-year career in the NESN broadcast booth prior to Sunday’s 1:35 p.m. ET game against the Yankees. …read more
NESN broadcaster Jerry Remy will begin chemotherapy treatments later this month for his lung cancer, Remy said in a statement released Wednesday. …read more
The gustiest night at Fenway Park in recent memory created an injury in the broadcast booth. NESN color commentator Jerry Remy was hit in the head by a monitor early in Saturday’s game and was replaced by Steve Lyons in the second inning. …read more
NESN announced that color analyst Jerry Remy will be back for a 29th season after signing a new agreement that will have him work at least 100 Red Sox games per season.
In a recent sitdown with MLB.com, Don Orsillo — who is entering his 15th season calling Red Sox games along with Jerry Remy on NESN — discussed his excitement for the coming season. more