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    Product Review: MapLeggings–A different way to show some Boston love…

    If you’re like me, you have a million Boston and/or Red Sox T-shirts, sweatshirts, sweat pants, hats, and the random Mr. Potatohead in Red Sox gear. If you’re also like me, you are always looking for the next thing (Red Sox wine, anyone?) Well, Philip from MapLeggings contacted me during the ALDS and asked if I […]

    October 16, 2015: Holy Buckets! The Cubs won the Division Series!

    With a 100 wins in the regular season, and the best record in baseball for the 2015 campaign, I think everyone expected the Cardinals to advance to the NLCS over the Cubs, who, despite their impressive 97-65 record, are still, you know…the CUBS… But this is baseball, and we all know anything can happen, especially […]

    Review: Fenway Park: Home of the
    Boston Red Sox 100th Anniversary Collectors Set

    For a hundred years she’s stood here, Heard cheering, seen our tears. Through all the good times and the bad Fenway perseveres.   She’s baseball’s great crown jewel, A treasure — this is why. Look out there on her field, you’ll see The ghosts of games gone by. And so begins Disc #1 of the […]

    Review: Fall Classic at Fenway Park:
    The Boston Red Sox Historic 2004 and 2007 World Series Films

    Read below to find out how you can WIN this in DVD or Blu-ray! After this lost weekend of baseball, I needed a positive spin on the Boston Red Sox. Thankfully, I had just received the 04 and 07 World Series Films earlier in the week for review–and let me tell you: They were JUST […]

    Red Sox 5, Cubs 1:
    44 is the new 30…

    Not sure why everyone is so surprised that Tim Wakefield can still go out and kick ass…Wake is the same as he ever was–can throw a no-hitter, or give up 6 runs in the blink of an eye–slave to the fickle mistress known as the knuckleball–remember, he is only 2 years removed from being an […]

    Book Review: Baseball Miscellany:
    Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball, by Matthew Silverman

    “People ask me what I do in winter when there is no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” Roger Hornsby, Hall of Fame 2nd baseman. “The Wall giveth and the Wall taketh away.” Roger Angell, Writer. If you’re like me, your baseball obsession doesn’t end […]

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