Tag Archives: Roger Clemens

“Well Here We Are Again, I Guess it Must be Fate”….. Chicago

How about that! It’s Hall of Fame election time for Major League Baseball and the air will ONCE AGAIN be filled with discussion of guess what? I’ll give you a hint, it starts with an “S” and it rhymes with hemorrhoids, … Continue reading

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The Red Sox have, what could best be described as, a two tier system of recognizing the immortals who have called Fenway Park their home. The top-tier is the retired numbers. These are the creme de la creme,…

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Roger the Dodger, oops, I mean Red Sox, no wait Blue Jay, noooooo, Yankee or is it Astro?…No it’s DODGER!!!!!

In a week which saw Johnny Pesky laid to rest, the Red Sox and their fans bid him adieu in a poignant Fenway Park moment, Roger Clemens made his way back on to the baseball stage. Talk about a study in contrasts. The … Continue reading

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Hey now you’re an All Star, get your game on, go play……

Today the 2012 All Star break comes to an end as the Red Sox are right up the road from me in Tampa to begin the second half of Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary season. The “Trop”. As they begin the … Continue reading

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Will it Ever Go Away?????

Manny Ramirez asked for, and was granted his release, by the Oakland A’s last weekend. He had been playing with the A’s triple A affiliate, the Sacramento River Cats. Manny had signed a deal with Oakland after his 100 game … Continue reading

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Teetering……

Since 1967, the year that transformed the Red Sox from perennial door mats into a winning franchise, the habitants of Fenway Park have had only six years in which they were below .500.   Dick Williams managed the Red Sox from … Continue reading

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“For it’s one, two, three strikes you’re out at the old ball game”…..

In case you have not noticed I am an “Old School” baseball guy. Now for those of you who may be unaware as to just what that means, it can be summed up in the following six statements: 1. I understand … Continue reading

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