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  • Archive for June, 2009

    Red Sox 4, Oreos 0:
    The Earth is back on its axis…

    Doesn’t it feel like this is the way baseball should be played? I know NL fans (Yeah, there really are some–especially since the Phillies won the World Series last year…) feel that their way is the best way–but to me, there is nothing better than American League baseball–especially when it keeps David Ortiz off 1st […]

    Red Sox 1, Atlanta 2:
    Just not able to seal the deal…

    While winning a series is certainly preferable to losing one, it just seems like the Sox aren’t able to close the deal. Bad Penny! certainly pitched well enough to win, throwing 6 innings of 2 run, 6 hits (including the 2 solos homers that was all the scoring for Atlanta) baseball. He threw 106 pitches, […]

    The Red Sox Coloring and Activity Book:
    And a Contest!

    Looking for a truly unique gift for the Red Sox fan in your life? Then check this out: Every year, Hawk’s Nest Publishing puts out The Red Sox Coloring and Activity Book, packed with more than 50 pages of pictures to color and fun activities for Red Sox fans of all ages. This 3rd edition […]

    Red Sox Kid Nation Captains’ Charitable Sixth Grade Backpack-A-Thon

    Victoria, author of the Boston Red Sox Kid Baseball Blog and one of 12 Red Sox Kid Nation Captains, will participate in the Sixth Grade Backpack-A-Thon. Under the direction of The Red Sox Foundation and through the support of HP Hood, the Kid Nation Captains are collecting items to fill backpacks for more than 3,000 […]

    Red Sox 3, Nationals 9:
    Well, THAT certainly didn’t turn out as expected…

    Maybe we expected too much from John Smoltz on his 1st time out–but I will tell you this–I don’t think this is indicative of how it will continue…so while “John Smoltz is German for Daisuke” is very witty–I think it’s totally inaccurate…. 1 bad inning was all he had (Yeah, I know, famous last words) […]

    Red Sox 6, Nationals 4:
    Today is THE DAY…

    In a few short hours, for the 1st time in his 20+ year career, 42 year old John Smoltz will put on a uniform other than the Atlanta Braves and go out and pitch a major league ballgame. And I cannot even tell you how excited I am that he will be pitching for the […]

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