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“Will ya still need me, will ya still feed me, when I’m 64”????? John Lennon/Paul McCartney

A total of 12,476 members of the Fenway Faithful clicked the turnstiles at Fenway Park on Friday night July 16, 1948. They came to see Red Sox right hander Joe Dobson take on Art Houtteman and the Detroit Tigers. The fans knew that Ted … Continue reading

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“And when you talk of heroes, and I’ve had many since a lad.” Happy Father’s Day…..Raymond Sinibaldi

A Happy Fathers Day to all you Dad’s out there. Today I re-post a tribute to my Dad. For those of you who can, don’t forget to call the Pops today. Me? I’ll pause, remember and smile. Today I share with … Continue reading

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“Courage is the mastery, not the absence of fear”…..Mark Twain

When you speak of Red Sox second basemen, the current man at that position, Dustin Pedroia is as good as any Red Sox player who has played the position. Hall of Famer Bobby Doerr’s number one hangs on Fenway’s venerable right field … Continue reading

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“And when you talk of heroes, and I’ve had many since a lad”…..Raymond Sinibaldi

Ninety two years ago today in a three-decker apartment on Cottage Street in East Boston, Remo Coradini Sinibaldi was born. He grew up as a “Dump Rat” which was the moniker the residents of Cottage Street put on themselves because of the area’s proximity … Continue reading

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