Former Boston Red Sox infielder Brock Holt made his mark at Fenway Park once again over the weekend, returning to his old haunts to make the announcement that he will be running the 2023 Boston Marathon.
"This city means so much to us." Brock Holt, in a NESN interview Sunday, said he and his wife, Lakyn, plan to run the 2023 Boston Marathon to support Dana-Farber. “I’m going to say this on air, so I guess it’s going to be officially official,” the former Red Sox utility player said.
Brock Holt plans to run Boston Marathon in 2023: ‘This city means so much to us,’ says former Red Sox fan favorite
Former Red Sox utility man Brock Holt is not yet ready to retire, but he is making some future plans for April 2023. Holt, who was back at Fenway Park over the weekend, told NESN that he is planning on running the Boston Marathon to support the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute next spring. The former Jimmy Fund captain will run alongside his wife, Lakyn.
Brock Holt has not determined if his MLB career is over, but he already has his next challenge in mind. The former Boston Red Sox utility man and fan favorite has been toying with an idea that he locked in on NESN’s pregame coverage Sunday, an idea that involves quite a bit of running.
Former Boston Red Sox infielder Brock Holt returned to Fenway Park Friday night to catch up with some former teammates and his devoted Red Sox fans
Ex-Boston Red Sox players: Andrew Benintendi leads AL in batting average after working out with Mookie Betts, Brock Holt
Andrew Benintendi entered today, the final day of April, leading the American League with a .391 batting average. He’s ranked fourth in the AL in on-base percentage (.429) and ninth in OPS (.913). The former Red Sox left fielder is eligible for free agency after the 2022 season. He’ll...
Former Boston Red Sox infielder Brock Holt is getting to experience a whole new world as full-time husband and father without the opportunity to be playing baseball in April.
When the Atlanta Braves granted a request from Brock Holt for his release back in March, it led to some raised eyebrows — particularly in Boston, where the utilityman became a fan favorite during seven seasons with the Red Sox. Holt recently shed some light on what exactly went...
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VENICE, Fla. (AP) — Ten-year veteran Brock Holt ended his bid to win a bench spot with the Atlanta Braves on Thursday when he requested and was granted his release. Holt, 33, signed with Atlanta on a minor league deal and was invited to the major league camp. He was competing with versatile veteran Phil Gosselin and Pat Valaika for a utility position.
The Braves announced Thursday morning that veteran utilityman Brock Holt requested and was granted his release. He was in camp on a minor league deal in hopes of winning a roster spot in Atlanta but will now return to the open market in search of a new opportunity. Holt, 33,...