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  • Archive for May, 2011

    Book Review: Daddy’s Heroes: Unforgettable
    Sports Moments To Share With Children

    Volume 3: The 2004 Red Sox: The Curse is Broken By Tom Garcia and Karun Naga, Illustrated by Jennifer J. Donnelly Looking for best bedtime story ever? Of course, any story a parent takes the time to read to their child, sharing time together, and instilling in them the love of reading is the best […]

    May 28, 2011:
    Tickets for Charity June Giveaway!

    Once again Boston Red Thoughts is proud to be a part of Tickets for Charity’s (TFC) great opportunity–offering amazing giveaways to readers every month. For June’s TFC-Red Sox Reader Giveaway, TFC will award two (2) infield grandstands tickets to see the Red Sox vs. the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday, June 18. To enter, go to […]

    Red Sox 14, Cleveland 2:
    And now for something completely unexpected…

    Holy Buckets! That was one hell of a game! Too bad I didn’t get to see one second of it… As is usually the case, when the really good games happen, I’m at work, that game is blocked for some reason, I’m on a cruise ship to Bermuda (honestly, when That Clay Person threw his […]

    May 25, 2011: Jason Varitek
    Celebrity Putt-Putt Slated for July 21st…

    The sixth annual Jason Varitek Celebrity Putt-Putt tournament to benefit Journey Forward will be held on Thursday, July 21st, at the Athletic Evolution, 78 Olympia Avenue, Woburn, MA. Here’s how it works: Each of the 18 custom made putting holes will be hosted by one of Varitek’s Boston Red Sox teammates or other Boston celebrities. […]

    Red Sox 2, Cleveland 3:
    On the Brink, and then DENIED…

    This is the 2nd time this week that all the Sox needed was to hang on for a win, only to have the bullpen muck up a perfectly good start to lose the game, and so, the Sox are exactly where they were yesterday–a 1/2 game out of 1st place, behind the Skanks and Tampa […]

    Red Sox 5, Cubs 1:
    44 is the new 30…

    Not sure why everyone is so surprised that Tim Wakefield can still go out and kick ass…Wake is the same as he ever was–can throw a no-hitter, or give up 6 runs in the blink of an eye–slave to the fickle mistress known as the knuckleball–remember, he is only 2 years removed from being an […]

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