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  • Archive for July, 2012

    July 14, 2012: Baseball Bloggers Alliance
    Selects New President

    The Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) , the top organization of baseball bloggers, announced today that Bill Ivie would replace Daniel Shoptaw as the president of the group. Ivie, who writes at I70 Baseball and Full Spectrum Baseball, is no stranger to large groups, having been an assignment editor at Baseball Digest in the past, as […]

    July 13, 2012: Free “Healthy Kids Summit”
    Slated for July 17th, at Fenway Park

    Aiming to educate on important nutrition and exercise information to maintain a healthy lifestyle, by empowering local families to make healthier life choices, Stop & Shop is hosting its second “Healthy Kids Summit” As part of the Summit, Parents and children to partake in interactive panel, exercise and health fair with experts from community partners […]

    July 10, 2012:
    All-Star Week Random Crankiness…

    So I was thinking that maybe I would do a mid-season report card. I even compiled the list of Red Sox players for 2012, which, I might add, is not an easy feat, as there always seems to be someone going down with an injury, and some new face and name I had never heard […]

    Red Sox 3, Skanks 7:
    Out with a Whimper…

    So the Sox basically ended the first half of the season the way they have played it all year: wading through molasses, and at .500. Losing 3 out of 4 to the Skanks certainly didn’t help matters… What also didn’t help matters was the fact that Dustin Pedroia finally torqued his thumb in a way […]

    Red Sox 2, Seattle 1, in 10 Innings:
    This should not be this hard…

    Holy Buckets! Maybe it was the middle of the night games, but I don’t know what’s worse, leaving the dreadful Mariners with a SPLIT, or the fact that there were only 14 runs scored over FOUR GAMES–for both teams COMBINED… Thursday night was a brilliant pitchers duel between one of the best, and the young, […]

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