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    February 21, 2013:
    Spare me the Fish Analogies…

    Right after I use one… Apparently, we now have a fish of our own (although I would rather the Trout variety…), as the Sox have acquired Mariners 1st baseman/outfielder Mike Carp for either cash or a PTBNL. Unfortunately, he is one of THOSE–LOTS Of promise, but injuries have prevented him from reaching his “true potential”.  […]

    February 20, 2013:
    Opening the Thought Locker

    Going round the horn, (or the bend, depending on who you ask)with some random goings on during this first full week of Spring Training. I was talking to my friend, Paul from Boston this week, and we both pretty much agree that we want the goal for this year’s campaign to be that the games […]

    February 5, 2013:
    Happy Truck Day!

    Yep, the “official” indicator that spring training is imminent–The Truck left Fenway Park around noon today, filled to the brim with all manner and variety of Red Sox stuff–both baseball and personal, and will arrive in Fort Meyers sometime on Friday… I don’t know what it is, but this offseason has FLOWN by–it didn’t feel […]

    January 23, 2013:
    This or That, This or That…

    Random Thoughts at less than 3 weeks to Pitches and Catchers… Avascular Necrosis. Sounds tasty, doesn’t it? That is the hip thing that cost Mike Napoli 2 years and $34 million dollars. And the weirdest thing is that he said he has no idea that he had the condition until the Sox found it during […]

    January 16, 2013:
    14th Annual Hot Stove Cool Music
    Raises over 200K last weekend…

    Baseball and music stars descended on the Boston area last weekend for the 14th Annual Hot Stove Cool Music Event, celebrating music, baseball and giving back by raising over $200,000 for Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein’s Foundation To Be Named Later. The annual Hot Stove Roundtable kicked off this winter’s Hot Stove […]

    January 10, 2013:
    No Hall Call…

    So, for the first time in 17 years, the BBWAA failed to elect any of the 37 candidates (13 returning, and 24 newbies) to be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The person who got the closest was first timer Craig Biggio, who at 68.2% was 39 votes shy of the 75% needed to […]

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