Tag Archives: 1967

Billy Rohr, We Will Love Him Forever…

It was 50 years ago today that I was huddled around an eight transistor radio at the soda fountain counter at Reidy’s Drug Store in Jackson Square in East Weymouth Massachusetts. We were listening to the voice of the man … Continue reading

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Musings Born of “67”…

This morning I awoke with visions of “67” dancing in my head. It happens once in awhile, the year, the magic. My son tells me I give too much reverence to baseball’s bygone days and he may, in fact, be … Continue reading

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1967……The Gift that Keeps on Giving…..

The pitchers and catchers are in, the high school season has begun in Florida and despite the fact that the northeast was once again hit with snowfall this weekend,  we are on the threshold of baseball season. Back in the … Continue reading

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“If they win today, we’re going in”…..Remo Sinibaldi to his 14 year old son.

On Friday last this Red Sox Memorable Moment was enshrined in immortality in the Red Sox Hall of Fame. You know they really could have enshrined the entire weekend and as you read on you’ll understand why. Now I have … Continue reading

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Seventy-Five games in…..Do you believe in magic?

Going into last nights game in Seattle, the Red Sox were 40-35 six and a half games behind the Yankees in third place. Not bad really when you think about all they have endured this year. I mean really, no Ellsbury, … Continue reading

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“Programs, get cha programs heah”…..

A happy Friday to you all. Tonight the Sox will try once again to get above the .500 mark for the first time this season. They are playing well and even Bobby Valentine is earning praise from the warm and … Continue reading

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“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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