Tag Archives: Bobby Valentine

Who’d a thunk it?????

I mean really! It seems like such a short time ago we were on the precipice of Fenway’s most historic season; filled with excitement as Fenway stood poised to celebrate her 100th birthday! Who’d a thunk it? Ya know I started … Continue reading

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I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet…..

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls may I direct your attention to 4 Yawkey Way in Boston where, yesterday, the Red Sox management blew up the 2012 version of the Boston Red Sox. That’s right folks, that rumble you heard and that earth you … Continue reading

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The inmates are running the asylum, and the owners are letting them…..

While the Red Sox were tanking three of four games to the Twins this weekend, David, Kerry and I were having some fun on the road. We started the day Saturday at Tatnuck Booksellers in Westborough Mass and found ourselves in … Continue reading

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Sox Woes Summed up in Two Words, Beckett and Lester…..

In case you missed it last night, the Sox won their third straight game and in so doing, they went over the .500 mark for the first time in 10 days, moved out of the cellar in the AL East, pulled … Continue reading

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“On the seventh day He rested”…..

And Jim Rice and John Havlicek played golf. Red Sox Hall of Famer Jim Rice and Celtics Hall of Famer John Havlicek get ready to tee it up. Some tid bits about “Hondo”. In 1962, he was a first round draft pick out … Continue reading

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The Red Sox/Rays Plunking Wars……

Boy do I love the dance! Franklin Morales hit Luke Scott last night, nailed him in the leg after missing three other times. I admire his persistence. What I like about the Rays/Red Sox rivalry is that there appears to … 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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