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  • Archive for July, 2011

    Red Sox 12, Kansas City 5:
    Slogging through another one…

    Holy Buckets:  Is it just me, or have these games against KC been like walking uphill to school in the snow with bare feet–both ways? Another game, another one that went on and on and on… And it looks like Carlson Beltran will be traded to the Giants for a couple of players and some […]

    Red Sox 13, Royals 9:
    402 Pitches….

    Well, THAT was nearly 4 hours (3:52 to be exact) of my life I will never get back. While I was glad for the win, that felt more like a Skankee/Red Sox game (without the Skanks) than a freaking ROYALS game. Honestly it should not be that difficult to beat a team that is 17 […]

    Red Sox 12, Seattle 8:
    The Wheels on the Bus…

    …are firmly lock nutted (SO not a word…) in place.  So, barring a collapse of Epic Proportions, I am actively liking where the Sox are at this point… Also, the fact that they are a full 3 games ahead of the Skanks does everything to reinforce that belief… There are 63 games left to play, […]

    Red Sox 15, Oreos 10:
    That is the way the Cookie Crumbles…

    Ya know, I always liked the Oreos–even growing up, I thought they were a fun team–not as cool as the Sox, but a team I could root for when I was in Baltimore, and enjoy watching the Sox beat the snot out of… But, since Buck Showalter, who I do not recall being quite so […]

    July 19, 2011:
    TFC July Giveaway!

    It’s that time again–when Tickets for Charity’s (TFC) offers an amazing giveaway. And Holy Buckets, are you going to love, love, LOVE what TFC has for you in July! For the TFC-Red Sox Reader July Giveaway, The Red Sox Foundation and TFC will award two (2) General Admission Tickets to the Picnic in the Park […]

    Book Review: Those Guys Have All the Fun:
    Inside the World of ESPN by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales.

    The Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, or, as it’s more commonly known, ESPN, has been around for as long as I remember. 24 hours of sporting events, news about sports, info about the people who play, know and love sports–over 65 different sports, in 250+ countries, has a ubiquitous place in pop culture and every […]

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