Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Courage is the mastery, not the absence of fear”…..Mark Twain

When you speak of Red Sox second basemen, the current man at that position, Dustin Pedroia is as good as any Red Sox player who has played the position. Hall of Famer Bobby Doerr’s number one hangs on Fenway’s venerable right field … Continue reading

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And on the seventh day He rested…..

And I believe Carlton Fisk played golf! Red Sox Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk. Since 2008 Carlton Fisk has hosted a tournament at The Founders Club in Sarasota Florida for charity. The beneficiaries have been charities benefiting children of Florida’s Suncoast. This year the … Continue reading

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Give Mom Fenway Park for Mothers Day…..

Give Mom Fenway Park for Mother’s Day. What could be better than that? There are over 200 photos in this book. Here is one of them with the caption which accompanies it. “Smokey” Joe Wood (right) is seen glancing toward … Continue reading

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Red Sox No-Hitters at Fenway Park….

Last night the Red Sox were in Chicago to take on the White Sox. Pitching for Chicago was Phil Humber who was coming off his perfect game against Seattle last Saturday, the 21st perfect game hurled in the history of … Continue reading

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The All Fenway Park Team, The Shortstop…..

Voting is still in progress for the All Fenway Team where you can vote for the Red Sox best player at each position since Fenway’s inception in 1912. http://mlb.mlb.com/bos/fan_forum/all_fenway_team.jsp I am putting together a team with a little bit of a twist. … Continue reading

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“The Memories Will be so Thick They’ll Have to Brush Them Away From Their Faces”…..Terrance Mann

During the weekend, I twice told stories of the 2004 Red Sox season and cemeteries. Yea I know it sounds like a weird combination but in the story of the Red Sox and Fenway Park, it all makes sense. In … Continue reading

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Leaving on a Jet Plane…..

Traveling today, leaving the land of Fenway Park and returning to the land of sun and sand. The weekend of Fenway’s centenary celebration was both a huge success and a colossal failure.  The celebration was spectacular, poignant, respectful, touching, warm and … Continue reading

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