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  • Archive for April, 2014

    Red Sox 1, Toronto 7:
    Can the Sox Please Stop it Right Now???

    Holy Buckets…Holy Hell…W…T…F… While I am glad RA Dickey did well yesterday, as I think he is one of the classiest guys in baseball, did he really have to be THAT good against the Sox? And it’s not that Jon Lester was BAD, he certainly kept the Sox in the game, going 7 innings giving […]

    Red Sox 5, Skanks 1:
    Holy Buckets! It’s Pine Tar!

    We all are aware of the use of “foreign substances” by pitchers in cold weather to assist with the grip on the ball. And most of the time, the only people who complain about it are the fans and the media, as they did two weeks when Pineda dominated the Sox, and there appeared to […]

    April 11, 2014: Giveaway: Kicking off the 2014 Baseball Season, with Specially Priced World-Series Films, Bloopers, TV Series, and Documentaries, Available NOW on iTunes

    Keep reading for your chance to win The Boston Red Sox Fall Classic at Fenway ParkDVD! As the 2nd week of the 2014 Baseball Season draws to a close, fans have been flocking to ballparks around the country, and tuning in on TV, radio, and online, as their respective teams begin the months-long campaigns toward […]

    Post 1402: Red Sox 0, Brewers 4:
    The weekend of Black Dots…

    And I did it AGAIN!  Completely missed the boat in terms of my 1400th post…Maybe I’ll get it right for 1500…But I doubt it… As part of my Red Sox “thing”, I put black dots on my baseball calendar for every game the Sox lose, and red for when they win. And there were far […]

    April 05, 2014: Book Review: The Devil’s Snake Curve: A Fan’s Notes from Left Field, by Josh Ostergaard

    Baseball can be a very funny sport. As many of us are fond of saying, “Its baseball, anything can happen–and usually does” We have all heard the stories of the player who went on the DL because he fell out of bed and hurt himself, or how a team can have the best record in […]

    Red Sox 6, Oreos 2:
    They’re baaaaaack…

    I love Mike Napoli. Not as much as I love Mike Lowell, but I love him nonetheless. While Jake Peavey bought a duck boat (and that is WAY cool), Mike Napoli walked through the streets of Boston, shirtless and drunk, mingling with the people the night the Sox had their victory parade.  Oh, and he […]

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