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“Billy Rohr, on the Threshold, Eight Hits in the Game, All of them Belong to Boston”…..Ken Coleman

He pitched a total of 60 2/3 innings covering 27 games with two teams in two seasons. He had a total of eight career starts, 19 relief appearances in which he garnered a grand total of one save! He had two … Continue reading

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1967……The Gift that Keeps on Giving…..

The pitchers and catchers are in, the high school season has begun in Florida and despite the fact that the northeast was once again hit with snowfall this weekend,  we are on the threshold of baseball season. Back in the … Continue reading

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Seventy-Five games in…..Do you believe in magic?

Going into last nights game in Seattle, the Red Sox were 40-35 six and a half games behind the Yankees in third place. Not bad really when you think about all they have endured this year. I mean really, no Ellsbury, … Continue reading

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” To dream the impossible dream …..To fight the unbeatable foe….. To bear with unbearable sorrow…..To go where the brave dare not go.” Joe Darion

Just as his moment in the 1946 World Series defined the career of Enos “Country” Slaughter, the 1967 baseball season redefined the franchise of the Boston Red Sox!  They had been mired in mediocrity, check that, they were abysmal. They had … Continue reading

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