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  • Archive for December, 2010

    December 10, 2010: Happy BBA Day!

    Back in August, 2009, Daniel Shoptaw, of C70 at the Bat  contacted me, asking if Boston Red Thoughts would be interested in participating in a new group of bloggers, with the goal of increasing the interaction between blogs from all teams, not just Boston blogs. As I am always interested in reaching out and getting […]

    December 9, 2010:
    New Stars for Young Stars VI to
    benefit the Jimmy Fund

    Want the perfect Christmas gift for your favorite Red Sox fan?  Tickets are available for New Stars for Young Stars VI, to benefit the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund.  The event wil be held on Saturday, Jan. 15 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Jillian’s in Boston. Ticket holders will be granted the unique […]

    December 5, 2010:
    Snowmen Defeat Snowflakes 10-8…

    While Red Sox Nation was anxiously awaiting a great trade for the ball club, amateur athletes from across Greater Boston were actually playing 9 innings of baseball – all to benefit Toys for Tots. This year’s 10th Annual Winterball Baseball game, played at Maplewood Park in Malden, MA, yesterday morning and afternoon, the Snowmen defeat […]

    December 3, 2010:
    Randomness on the 3rd day of December…

    Looks like Dustin Pedroia WILL be as good as new. In a radio interview this week, he weighs in on the recovery of the navicular bone he broken when he fowled a ball off his left foot on June 25: “I had my 15th CT scan in the last three months, so I’m glowing. I […]

    December 2, 2010:
    Boston Baseball in December!?

    Yep, you heard right–There is baseball in Boston in the middle of winter–and it’s the very best kind–the kind that helps kids have a wonderful Christmas. Hosted by the Boston Amateur Baseball Network, the 10th Annual Winterball Game is a 9-inning baseball game fundraiser played the first weekend of December, and for the 7th year […]

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