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  • Archive for March, 2010

    March 23, 2010:
    Looking for some Monster Seats?

    Next Wednesday, March 31st, 2010,  from 7-10pm, The Bleacher Bar at Fenway Park, 82A Lansdowne Avenue, is holding a most excellent event: A Monster Tix Giveaway…Yep, The Bleacher Bar is giving away TEN pair of some of the best seats in the best park in all of Baseball! Here’s how it works: For every $10 […]

    Red Sox 7, Astros 10:
    Welcome Back…Alan Embree?!

    Jon Lester put in another good day of work, throwing 5.1 innings, allowing 3 runs on 5 hits (including a homer to Kaz Matsui) while walking none and striking out 7. He threw 75 pitches, 54 for strikes…Okajima, Ramon S and Daniel Bard all did well too, with only Okajima giving up a run. Then […]

    March 20, 2010:
    Truly for the Sox Fan who has everything…

    Since 2007 there has been a long line of Charity Wines featuring Red Sox players. Longball Cellars has offered such tasty options as Manny Being Merlot, Schilling Schardonnay and CaberKnuckle in 2007. In 2008 we saw Vintage Papi, Captain’s Cabernet, and SauvignYoouuk Blanc. These, and other efforts have sold more than 250,000 bottles, and more […]

    Red Sox 2, Mets 4:
    And yet another Bullpen loss…

    …That we can plant firmly at the feet of 1/2 of the Demonic Bullpen Tandem… And now I can finally keep track of the Ramon Ramirez (s) the Sox have. Ramon S. (which stands for “sucks out loud”, by the way) is the 2nd part of the Demonic Bullpen Tandem with Manny Delcarmen. And Ramon […]

    March 17, 2010:
    Interview with an Umpire…

    Over the weekend, I told you about Umps Care, the official charity of Major League Umpires, and their ongoing raffle. While the raffle is still going on until next Monday, March, 22, about a third of the auction items have been closed out with the “buy it now” feature. But there is still a TON […]

    Red Sox 4, Oreos 8:
    Mike to First…

    Well, Tim Wakefield did not fare as well in this start as he did previously, giving up 5 runs on 9 (including a 3-run home by Luke Scott) hits while walking none (but hitting 2 batters) and striking out 1 in his 3.2 innings of work…Wake weighs in on this less than stellar outing: “Physically, […]

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