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  • April 8th, 2011

    Review: Maple Street Press
    Red Sox Annual 2011

    Posted by Christine E. at 10:40 am in Baseball,Book Reviews,Red Sox Comments (2)

    For the last 6 years, Maple Street Press has been issuing an Annual review of the Boston Red Sox, joining other annual reviews of the Yankees, Cardinal and Twins, and 8 other AL and NL teams.

    This year, as a member of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA), I was offered a copy of the Red Sox annual for review.

    Holy Buckets, what I have been missing…

    128 pages of All Red Sox, all the time–and no ads. Featuring articles by Red Sox writers Chad Finn, Ian Brown, Bill Nowlin, and Alex Speier, to name a few. This annual is chock full of anything and everything that would be of interest to the Red Sox Fan.

    book106 300In addition to the articles, there are pages upon pages of every conceivable type of baseball stat on the Old Towne Team. Want to know where Jacoby Ellsbury’s wheel house is? It’s here. Josh Beckett’s pitch zones? That’s here too….You name it, it’s in there…

    And what compendium on the Red Sox would be complete without a nod to the rich Red Sox history, with an article on Ted Williams, and a look back at Spring Training 100 years ago…

    For $9.99, this is a must for any Red Sox fan’s book shelf. You can order it online, or look for it where your favorite magazines are sold. Check it out!

    2 Responses to “Review: Maple Street Press
    Red Sox Annual 2011”

    1. Review: Maple Street Press Red Sox Annual 2011 » Boston Red Thoughts | bostonredsox.sportsblogstoday.com says:

      [...] is a new Post at Review: Maple Street Press Red Sox Annual 2011 » Boston Red Thoughts. For the last 6 years, Maple Street Press has been issuing an Annual review of the Boston Red Sox, [...]

    2. Pilar Vollbrecht says:

      And whoever picked pip as the second best player must be crazy (I have in at 4 in the 90s so maybe not so crazy) or let’s go with it dif let’s say he was then jordan didn’t have to carry shit with a team that stacked.

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