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    Red Sox 7, Oakland 6, in 10:
    One Out of Four Ain’t Bad…

    It’s absolutely abysmal… But what do you expect from a team that scored more runs in yesterday’s contest, than in the THREE games before it (5). Pitching kept it close, two 1-run and a 2-run losses were the results, which means our offensive is just not getting it done… So the Sox will take their […]

    Red Sox 2, Twins 1, in 10:
    A Game…From the Twilight Zone….

    I know that baseball is a game where anything can happen, and usually does. And there is often weird crap that goes on that no one could ever predict would actually happen. I think this game ranks up there as a fairly weird one. And of course I was work when it happened, so I […]

    Red Sox 2, Twins 1:
    How bout that Brock Holt?!?

    I know, we have all been making crazy cracks about Brock Holt and his superhero status for the last couple of weeks: playing all 3 outfield positions–at hte same time. Catching a bullet–with his teeth. Hitting a grand slam–with no men on base. He is the Red Sox’s answer to the “Most Interesting Man in […]

    Red Sox 2, Cleveland 3:
    Can’t do better than a split…

    I guess we should all be grateful they didn’t get swept by Cleveland like they did 2 weeks ago…But FRACKING Nick Swisher and his FRACKING solo shot in the 11th off of Tazawa royally me off on many many levels… But, the Sox won Thursday night’s game, which was my daughter’s first game at Fenway […]

    Red Sox 5, Tigers 3:
    Is that a….dare I say it….WIN???

    And this is so fracking sad sad SAD that it’s shocking–and that I get all ridiculously happy about it. Maybe this is how Houston Astros fans feel like all the time…UGH… So John Lackey, with his 7th win, is STILL the only Sox starter with a winning record for the 2014 campaign. And if he […]

    June 7, 2014: City of Boston, Highland Street Foundation Continues Red Sox Baseball
    to Boston Parks this summer

    The Out Of The Park event series to screen Red Sox away games, bring family-friendly Fenway Park experiences to City Parks continues with 2 more dates in June and July. Free and open to the public, these special events feature Red Sox away game screenings at Boston area parks, replete with many of the sites, sounds […]

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