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  • Archive for October, 2012

    October 15, 2012: Post Season Predictions–
    The Pennant Series Edition…

    As I mentioned, my knack for prediction is pretty awful. I DID get the fact that the Skanks would advance past the Oreos, it just took them 5 games to do it. I really REALLY thought the Nationals were going to beat the Cards–Hell, I think CARDINALS fans thought they were done. But coming back […]

    October 10, 2012:
    Long Live Fenway Park

    As I watch my Fenway Park 100th Anniversary Collector’s set (It’s 12 DVD’s, so it’s taking a while), I came across a recited version of the lovely poem Long Live Fenway Park, written by the official poet laureate of Fenway, Dick Flavin. Below is the poem in its entirety, the special verse written for the […]

    October 9, 2012:
    Post Season Predictions

    As we are neck deep into the ALDS, some teams are already on the precipice. Let’s look at my predictions for the Postseason 2012. And, as always, my knack for prediction is fairly abysmal, so take them for what they are worth… Skanks vs Oreos: The series is tied 1-1. As much of the feel […]

    October 8, 2012:
    You say the Postseason, I say the Offseason…

    So we are 4 days into the Offseason for the Red Sox, and I would say they are definitely off to a good start–sort of… While I commend the quick resolution of the whole Bobby Valentine Debacle–I guess my big question is: Why didn’t it happen sooner? Or, more to the point, why did it […]

    October 7, 2012:
    Boston Red Thoughts Selections
    for the BBA Postseason Awards

    It’s that time of year again, where all of the member blogs of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) get together to vote for our Postseason Awards… Things are being run a bit differently than in years past. This year, each individual blog gets their own vote in the process. The same league rules still apply […]

    Red Sox 2, Skanks 14:
    Slinking off into the Night…

    It’s funny, because after this game there were quite a few people who were actually SURPRISED that the Sox lost this one. Uh, WHY????? Freaking Daisuke was on the mound, and did pretty much what we expected he would, 2.1 innings, giving up 5 runs–although, surprising, he only threw 43 pitches (27 for strikes) Usually […]

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