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    Red Sox 4, Blue Jays 6:
    We’re going to the Dance!

    Again with the blinking and the time flying by, and here we are in the final week of regular baseball, with 6 games to go, getting reading to start the playoffs next week. So the 6-game winning streak ended in last night’s loss and 3 is STILL the magic number to win the division, although […]

    September 12, 2017:
    How is this season almost over???

    So, again, I blink my eyes and it’s September. My child has been in school almost a month (!!) and the fall activities of dance class and festivals and hayrides have begun… And I have missed most of the Red Sox 2017 Campaign. I read about the trials and tribulations (Apple watches as communicators to […]

    Red Sox 6, Blue Jays 8: And Now We Start “The-Games-in-the-Middle-of-the-Night” Portion of our Program.

    I have always been sort of conflicted about Left Coast games. On one hand, starting a contest at 10:00pm, after all the crazy running around that is my life has subsided, is massively appealing, I would rarely make it to the end, because the end would be, like 1:00am-ish. And that does not bode well […]

    Red Sox 4, KC 6:
    Where the hell did the last 2 months go???

    Holy Buckets! Between work and vacation and summer and Pre-K Graduation (yes, that is a thing), I blinked and it’s been two months since I have put thoughts to paper on the Red Sox… But then again, I swear my daughter was a baby like 20 minutes ago, and somehow, all of a sudden, she […]

    April 23, 2017: Jackie Robinson’s forthcoming statue breaks new ground

    News of the impending Jackie Robinson statue at Dodger Stadium has not just captured the imagination of stateside baseball fans but has also piqued special interest across the Atlantic. Dr Chris Stride, from the University of Sheffield in the UK, and Ffion Thomas, a PhD student from the University of Central Lancashire, have researched and […]

    April 21, 2017: Three Key Players For the
    Boston Red Sox This Season…

    By:  Lewis Sadler The 2017 Major League Baseball season is in full swing at the moment, and among the teams who are aiming to win the championship this campaign are the Boston Red Sox. This is their first season without the legendary David Ortiz since 2003, with the 41-year-old having retired at the end of […]

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