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Revel in Every Minute, It Could be a Lifetime Before You See the Likes of This Again…..

On Saturday, I gathered at my brother’s house with friends and family far away from the frigid confines of Gillette Stadium in Foxboro Massachusetts. The reason? To watch this guy….. lead these guys….. against….. these guys! It was the least … Continue reading

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Seven Join the Red Sox Hall of Fame…..

Last Friday, August 3rd, my brother and I took in the Red Sox Hall of Fame Induction luncheon at Fenway Park’s EMC Club.  There were seven members (five of them players) added to the Red Sox Hall of Fame and they spanned … 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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“Do you know how many times I’ve heard “wait till next year”? I’m running out of next years.” Remo Sinibaldi

On October 27, 2004 the Boston Red Sox won the World Series and the next day they announced plans for a parade through the city to take place on Saturday October 30th. It was a no-brainer, I was on a … Continue reading

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To Boldly Go Where None Have Gone Before.

Today, Jason Varitek will announce he is retiring as a player with the Boston Red Sox. This will leave the 2012 version of the Red Sox with only two players who were associated with the 2004 World Championship team. That band … Continue reading

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“When Babe Ruth gets tired of twirling on the mound, it looks as if there’s an outfield job waiting for him. The way he has been hitting that pill shows that he is one of the most natural hitters in the game.” Arthur Duffey Boston Post June 13,1916

I have written a couple of times about Babe Ruth and I dare say I will write of him more, because you see when it is all said and done, there is nobody better to have played the game. Oh, … Continue reading

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Strolling Down Van Ness Street…..

If you walk to the end of Yawkey Way you will come to the corner of Van Ness Street.  And on that corner is the Red Sox players parking lot. It was at this corner in 1961 when my dad … Continue reading

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