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  • Archive for July, 2009

    Red Sox 8, Oakland 5:
    So I guess this is how it feels…

    I apologize in advance for the randomness (and probably more than a little rambling…) of this post–there is so much, too much, to say about this, so many things swirling around–its more than a bit overwhelming…Not even sure where to begin… Now I know what other teams fans go through. The fans of Mark McGwire, […]

    August 27 & 28, 2009, Fenway Park:
    The 8th Annual WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund
    Radio-Telethon

    For the 8th year in a row, beginning Thursday, August 27th. WEEI and NESN will broadcast for 36 hours, to again raise funds for the official charity of the Boston Red Sox, the Jimmy Fund. Raising just under $17 million in the last 7 years, (with a record $4.8 million being raised in 2008). The […]

    Red Sox 6, Oakland 8:
    NOW can the Sox get Doc Halladay?

    Holy Buckets! In what was one of (if not THE) worst starts by Bad Penny! with the Red Sox, there was one…bright…shining…thing: DH Mike Lowell had a 5-RBI night (2 for 3 with a walk, and a 3-run homer), which means he was responsible 83.33% of the scoring the Sox did last night…So if the […]

    Red Sox 8, Oakland 9, In 11 Innings:
    What IS it with the Sox losing on Jim Rice’s
    special day–AGAIN???

    Wow…What a reallyREALLY crappy day in Red Sox Nation yesterday, on a day that should have been wonderful, as Jim Ed was honored for the 2nd time this week, with his #14 being retired from the Boston Red Sox. Johnny Pesky did the honors, which I was fortunate to see, as all the best stuff […]

    Red Sox 8, Oakland 3:
    Stopper, thy name is Josh Beckett…

    Even tho he did not get his 3rd complete game in a row, Josh Beckett did one better, he gave the Sox 7+ strong innings of 3-run ball and a WIN (although one of the runs was one inherited by Daniel Bard and allowed to score) while walking 1 and striking out 3. Beckett threw […]

    Red Sox 2, Oreos 6:
    Jim Ed Rice, Hall of Famer…

    Jim Rice was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday, taking his rightful place among the baseball greats, and adding to an already impressive group of Hall of Fame Red Sox Left Fielders. If you count Ted Williams, Yaz (who attended the festivities yesterday for the 1st time since 2000–when Carlton Fisk was enshrined), […]

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