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  • June 16th, 2014

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

    Posted by Christine E. at 6:22 pm in Baseball,Old Friends,Random Thoughts,Red Sox | No Comments

    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 10247326 10203294189587160 5897336974526127223 n me off on many many levels…

    But, the Sox won Thursday night’s game, which was my daughter’s first game at Fenway Park. Jon Lester was great, and Big Papi even hit a 2-run shot for the occasion. With the exception of the cranky Cleveland fan that out of nowhere, started screaming at me that my kid was kicking her, it was a great game. The crowds didn’t faze her (not even the cranky Cleveland fan), she insisted on walked the 3 blocks each way to the parking garage–and all of this was after we got stuck in traffic, and a normally 6-6-.5 hour car trip was closer to 9 hours.

    And did I mention she’s 2? But her clapping when Big Papi hit the homer was the cutest thing ever. Yeah, I’m one of those moms… Read more…

    June 14th, 2014

    June 14, 2014: FenwaYoga Sessions at Fenway Park Held Last Weekend

    Posted by Christine E. at 9:57 am in Good Deeds,Red Sox | Comment (1)

    20140608 CL Yoga 0126 (2)Last Sunday June 8, the Red Sox Foundation teamed up with KIND Healthy Snacks, Poland Spring and jetBlue to hold the second annual yoga sessions at Fenway Park

    Celebrity yoga and fitness instructor Mandy Ingber led two “FenwaYoga” sessions. The classes, which accommodated up to 222 participants, featured yogis of all experience stretching and meditating along the warning track.

    Ingber, a New York Times bestseller and creator of Yogalosophy—has more than 18 years of experience as a self-love expert, speaker, producer, instructor and author. She has motivated people with her light-hearted approach and unique teaching style. Her celebrity clientele includes Jennifer Aniston, Kate Beckinsale, Ricki Lake, Brooke Shields and Helen Hunt, among others. Read more…

    June 9th, 2014

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

    Posted by Christine E. at 6:47 pm in Baseball,Random Thoughts,Red Sox | No Comments

    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 continues to pitch the way he has been, that trend may continue. Although, to be fair, Jon Lester usually ends pitching with backup from an anemic offense. Most of the time anyway…

    Lackey’s line: 8 IP, giving up 3 runs (2 earned, thanks to an error by Xander Bogaerts in the 7th) while walking 1 and striking out 5

    And thanks to a solo shot by Mike Napoli is his first game back from being on the DL, the Sox tied it in the 6th. But the best part of the entire contest is that David Ortiz hit a 3-run homer to win the game in the 9th. Off…Wait for it…Joba Chamberlain…ha ha ha ha ha… Read more…

    June 7th, 2014

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

    Posted by Christine E. at 8:42 pm in Baseball,Good Deeds,Red Sox | No Comments

    The 20140525 CL OutofthePark 0183 (2)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 and amenities that have come to define the Fenway Park game day experience for generations of New Englanders.

    Out of the Park kicked off at Jim Rice Field in Roxbury Memorial Day weekend on Sunday, May 25 at 2pm as the Red Sox played the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field in St Petersburg, FL. Read more…

    June 5th, 2014

    Red Sox 4, Cleveland 7, in 12:
    And then THIS happened….

    Posted by Christine E. at 6:39 pm in Baseball,BBA,Random Thoughts,Red Sox | No Comments

    Ya know…

    I like Cleveland. I like Terry Francona, and I like the 47 former Red Sox players who are currently playing for them. (Not too fond of Jason Giambi–but that is probably no surprise). They are my Dad’s favorite team. If I didn’t like the Red Sox so much, I could probably be a Cleveland Indians fan…

    And I was SO heartened by the 7 game winning streak the Sox had going on. It looked like MAYEB they had gotten their mojo back, and we were well on our way to making Brock Holt a genuine imitation super hero…

    And THEN Cleveland Happened. And 3 days later the Sox are 5 games under .500 and 8.5 games out of first place. And the suckiest thing of all is that if they could get their heads out of their asses, they could actually win the division, because c’mon, does anyone actually believe Toronto is a 97 win team????

    Me either. Read more…

    June 4th, 2014

    June 4, 2014: Boston Red Sox Star Pitcher Jon Lester “Putts for Miracles” with Local Pediatric Cancer Patients

    Posted by Christine E. at 8:45 pm in Good Deeds,Red Sox | No Comments

    Last Wednesday May 28th, Boston Red Sox star and cancer survivor Jon Lester joined area pediatric cancer patients from the EMF - Jon Lester3Jimmy Fund Clinic to “Putt for Miracles” on a traveling putting green.

    The “Tee Off” event kick-started a week-long effort by Expect Miracles Foundation to raise funds for youth and families affected by cancer. In honor of National Cancer Survivor Day on June 1, the portable putting green will make stops throughout the city through June 6, allowing participants to putt to win a free lunch while donating a suggested $10 for the cause. All participants will be entered to win a VIP Red Sox experience. Read more…


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