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  • Archive for March, 2011

    Red Sox 1, Tampa Bay 1:
    Saying goodbye to City of Palms Park…

    In more ways than one… The Sox played their last game at City of Palms Park yesterday, a tied contest against Tampa Bay, which also ended their Grapefruit League schedule for 2011. Next year, the new Spring Training home for the Boston Red Sox will still be in Fort Meyers, but it will be a […]

    March 28, 2011:
    BBA Names Inaugural Writer Of The Year

    The Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA)  named writer Joe Posnanski the winner of the inaugural Writer of the Year Award today. Posnanski, who writes for the print version of Sports Illustrated as well as maintaining his own blog and Twitter account, was the overwhelming selection from the BBA membership. Created by the BBA to honor those […]

    Book Review: Remembering Fenway Park
    by Harvey Frommer

    “It was damp and chilly throughout New England for most of the spring of 1912, and in Boston, it took a few tries before baseball at a brand-new ballpark could be played in decent weather. On April 9, The Red Sox and Harvard’s baseball team met in an exhibition game in football weather, and as […]

    Red Sox 7, Marlins 15:
    The Final Countdown…

    8. More. Days…. Fresh off their first and last off-day of Spring Training, I hope the Sox can break this 437 game losing streak soon (ok, it’s only 7 (!!!)–but it certainly FEELS like 437), and go on a mini-tear, so there are some good feelings and some momentum going into the season…. Opting not […]

    Red Sox 1, Phillies 4:
    5 losses. In. A. Row…

    UGH…..I know this is Spring Training, but Holy Buckets people! THIS is the team that is a favorite to win the World Series in 2011–can we get some wins, as we are 10 days until Opening Day? And one of the biggest issues is that Jonathan Papelbon seems to be picking up RIGHT where he […]

    Red Sox 8, Mets 5:
    2. More. Weeks…

    Holy Buckets! After this horribly long, baseball-less winter, the weather is warmer (70+ here in NE Pennsylvania today!) and we are 14 (13 if you are not a Sox fan) days away until real, live, meaningful baseball happens… And I cannot even tell you how ready I am for it… And I am not the […]

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