Tag Archives: Earl Wilson

“Death ends a Life, not a Relationship.” Mitch Albom

As Boston was preparing for an epic blizzard last Sunday, former Red Sox pitcher Bill Monbouquette passed away. He was 78 years old and had been battling leukemia for the past seven years.               … Continue reading

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EARL WILSON…TRAILBLAZER, PITCHER, HUMANITARIAN…..

It was nine years ago that Robert Earl Wilson passed away at the age of 70. He died suddenly of a heart attack at his home in Detroit Michigan. He was known primarily as a member of the 1968 World … Continue reading

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Now Batting for the Red Sox, Pitchers Who Could Hit Home Runs…..

The thing I miss the most in following the Red Sox is the fact that the pitchers no longer hit. You would think that I would be used to it by now, after all the DH has been with us since 1973. … 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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“It is not really baseball at all. It is passed from parent to child as an expression of the relationship with your father”…..Brian Banko

Yesterday a friend of mine said this of the game of baseball, “It seems that baseball passion is not really baseball at all. It is passed from parent to child as an expression of the relationship with your father…..” Well, … Continue reading

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Opening Day and Extra Innings…..

Yesterday’s opener turned into a classic pitching duel between Jon Lester and last years MVP and Cy Young Award winner Justin Verlander. Neither was involved in the decision as the Red Sox tied the Tigers 2-2 in the top half of … Continue reading

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Of Dads and Spring…..

Pitchers and catchers reported this week and we are but a matter of days removed from the full squads arriving for spring training. Ah spring when hope beats in the human heart and the promise of October lingers, a perpetual … Continue reading

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