Category Archives: Fenway Park Other

You gotta be a man to play baseball for a living, but you gotta have a lot of little boy in you, too. Roy Campanella

It’s pre-dawn and I’m heading out the door heading toward this place…. The little boy in me will pay homage here….. Then at 1:00 today July 15th I’ll speak here….. Hall of Fame Bullpen Theater…. The topic…… If you’re in … Continue reading

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Lacking in vitality, force, or conviction; uninspired or uninspiring….

Lackluster is the only word to describe Sunday’s effort at Fenway! A good word for a vapid performance. In all fairness, there was a flash of vitality; that coming in the third inning following the Yankees taking a 2-0 lead … Continue reading

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“Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature….. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing.” Helen Keller

My dad once told me that there are two types of people in the world. There are those who kick the $#!% out of life and those who let life kick the $#!% out of them. You have to decide … Continue reading

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Feet of Clay????? Again……

The end came for Clay Buchholz with one out in the fourth inning last night and the Sox trailing 1-0 on a first inning home run by Alex Rodriquez.                                          Manager John Farrell whistles for the cavalry…. In a game … Continue reading

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“Many of my Defining Moments Came Within a Game”…..Curt Schilling

I had tickets to last nights game at Fenway. To be honest, despite the fact that the Sox have been playing very well, I was not all that excited about going to see Rick Porcello on the bump. I mean … Continue reading

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Perfection, Baseball, Serenity, Life…..

On Thursday last I sat in Camden Yards with my son and watched the Texas Rangers battle the Orioles. We watched most of the game from third row seats just beyond third base. We then walked around a bit to capture the … Continue reading

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Baseball, the Red Sox and the Fourth…..

Good Morning and a Happy 4th to you all! Before  I begin with a heartfelt thank you to my friend Jordan Rich who hosted me in his studio on WBZ Radio to talk about the 1975 Red Sox.  My son … Continue reading

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We Didn’t Come Here to see Who Won”…….

Yesterday’s 533 mile ride on the road less traveled brought us down Interstate 26 west through a beautiful mountain drive through here.                               Cherokee National Forest Tennessee In all of my sojourns north and south, I had never driven this road … Continue reading

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“When You Come to a Fork in the Road-Take It”…..Yogi Berra

It was June 4, 1989 when my son and I attended our first baseball game together. It was a Florida State League game between the Charlotte Rangers and the Winter Haven Red Sox in Port Charlotte Florida.  All I can … Continue reading

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The Power in Those Words……

Good Morning….. I want to thank all of you who took the time to reach out in response to yesterday’s story about my Dad.  I received emails, calls and texts. Dad’s energy literally spread yesterday from coast to coast; serving as a … Continue reading

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