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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Memorabilia, 1978 Style…..
On Monday I wrote about the 1978 Red Sox. Today I give you some “78” memorabilia to bring back that great season. Here’s a good place to start. Rice was in his fourth full season and had become the most feared … Continue reading
Swooning with the Sox…..
The Red Sox lost yesterday completing a sweep by the Nats, ending the home stand 1-5 and dipping two games below .500 for the first time since May 20th. They have now dropped six of their last nine after winning … Continue reading
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And on the seventh day He rested…..
And former Red Sox manager Don Zimmer and Jackie Robinson, played golf. Zimmer and Robinson were Brooklyn Dodger teammates from 1954 through 1956. Some interesting tidbits about the former Sox skipper. His first managing job was in 1967 with the … Continue reading
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Shutout History at Fenway Park…..
Last night at Fenway Park, Clay Buchholz threw the first real shutout of Fenway’s 100th anniversary season. It was the third shutout thrown by the staff but you aficionados know what I’m talking about when I say it was a real one. Buchholz finished the … Continue reading
Of Road Warriors, Championships, Drafts and GPA’S…..
On Sunday night, the Venice Indians said goodbye to their 2012, 7A Florida State Championship baseball season. The team gathered at the local Elks Club to break bread, express gratitude, relive, revel and remember. Head Coach Craig Faulkner with his captains, … Continue reading
Of Bard and O’Doul and Ehmke…..
Daniel Bard was atrocious yesterday! He faced a total of 12 batters and gave up exactly one hit. He had two strikeouts and even induced a double play ball right back to him. Hmmmm, not bad you say. I guess not, … Continue reading
Posted in Fenway Park Baseball Tagged Curt Fullerton, Daniel Bard, Fenway Park, Frank Chance, Howard Ehmke, Lefty O'Doul, Red Sox Leave a comment
And of the seventh day He rested…..
And Mr. Robert Gordon Orr and Big “Papi” played a little golf. A few tidbits about the one, the only, the incomparable Bobby Orr. Bobby Orr in the first skate at Fenway Park. Bobby Orr first caught the eye of … Continue reading
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Chicks Dig the Long Ball!
Remember the ad campaign a few years back, “chicks dig the long ball”? It came about in the late 1990s and it was a Nike ad. It featured Mark McGwire, Tom Glavine and Greg Maddox with the lovely Heather Locklear. Locklear was … Continue reading