Tag Archives: 1912

“The only thing we learn from history is that we do not learn”…..Earl Warren

It has been said that the only thing we learn from history is that we do not learn. The Red Sox fell to the O’s last night 4-1, failing to get above the .500 mark. And as I awoke this … Continue reading

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Thumb Down Four Fingers To Go……..

Last night the Venice High School baseball team, of which I am privileged enough to have a small role with, won their first game in the Florida State regional playoffs. An outstanding pitched game by Tyson and Cooper led the way … 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 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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And on the seventh day He rested…..

And Kerry, David and I went to the Boston University Barnes and Noble bookstore to talk about Fenway Park! We will be there from 1-3 PM to chat a bit and sign Images of Fenway Park! So come on by! Yesterday … Continue reading

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Fenway Park is One Hundred Today, Happy Birthday Fenway…..

HAPPY BIRTHDAY FENWAY!!!! Well here I am! I arrived at Fenway at 6:00 AM after a long night of travel but after all is not sleep over rated? We will have plenty of time to sleep when we’re dead and … Continue reading

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Gathering Clouds at Fenway?

A century ago, this week Harriet Quimby became the first woman to fly across the English Channel, a solar eclipse took place, the Carpathia arrived in New York carrying survivors of the Titanic and the rains pounded Boston.  Harriet Quimby was … Continue reading

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