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    March 25, 2014:

    Alright, ENOUGH already! The Sox currently have an 8-15 grapefruit league record, and I KNOW that shouldn’t bother me, as they ended up with a .500 record in Spring Training LAST year, and everything ended up pretty ok for them. But it still aggravates the snot out of me every time I get a text […]

    Red Sox 1, Skanks 8:
    Its Only Spring Training…

    As I keep telling myself OVER AND OVER. Right Now the Sox are losing more than they are winning (8-11), but I fully expect that once Opening Day happens, the intensity that we know and love will be there, and our Sox will be BACK! Until then, it’s just grit our teeth, and keep telling […]

    Red Sox 8, Tampa Bay 2:

    Holy Buckets! It’s in the 60′s here in northeastern PA, daylight savings time has happened, and Red Sox baseball is less than 3 weeks away. Opening Day. On my Birthday. WHAT a present. Whoo Hoo! So Jon Lester made his first start of the 2014 campaign yesterday, and he delivered 3 strong innings of 1 […]

    March 9, 2014: Win A Chance to Meet and Play Catch with Shane Victorino!

    Want the chance to hang out and play catch with the “Flyin’ Hawaian”, all while helping to raise money for kids in need? Sounds like a win-win to me! Here is what you have to do: Donate as little as $1 to be automatically entered to have a VIP experience with Shane. The lucky winner […]

    February 26, 2014:

    And not a moment too soon–I started to type “April”…Holy Hell, I need baseball… So tomorrow the Sox play their fist games of the 2014 Campaign. Yes, they are the annual doubleheader slaughtering of the college teams (Northwestern and Boston College), but it is actual, structured baseball with innings and everything. And it looks like […]

    February 24, 2014: Book Review:
    The Most Wonderful Week of the Year,
    by Roy Berger.

    When I was younger, I played Little League, where I pitched some, played some infield and outfield, and even caught a couple of times. I wasn’t the worst, but I was certainly not a superstar. Today, my interest in the sport has grown to a more sedentary perspective. I love to watch my beloved Sox […]

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