Tag Archives: Roger Clemens

It’s All in the Numbers…..

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, the pièce de résistance and … Continue reading

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“What goes around comes around, I just didn’t realize it comes around that fast.” Marty Barrett Red Sox Second Baseman 1986

There are catch phrases, buzz phrases, and words that are meaningful to Red Sox fans. They invoke all sorts of emotion and angst. For example, Game Six, “67“, “04″ bring smiles and warmth. But there are others that bring well, let’s just say not … Continue reading

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“And the Rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air”…Francis Scott Key

He arrived at Fenway Park in 1984 with more fanfare than any Red Sox pitching prospect in their history; and within two years he showed why with a Koufaxian season in 1986 which saw him go 24-4 and win both the Cy … Continue reading

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