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An Historic Performance

The first 11 responses to a Google search one minute ago of <historic collapse>–not  <historic collapse Boston> or  <historic collapse baseball> or  <historic collapse sports>–concern the Red Sox’ failure to make the playoffs after holding a 9-game wild-card lead 26 days ago.  Under … Continue reading

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Fenway Panorama

A perfect summer night at Fenway.  We left after the Sox scored 10 runs in the 7th.  They beat the Padres 14-5.

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C’mon, Sox

Today I renewed my Red Sox season tickets for the 2010 season.   Always on the lookout to increase my frequent flyer mile account I was happy that the Sox said on the form I could pay by credit card … Continue reading

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Fun at Fenway

Yesterday’s Red Sox-Yankees game may have been the most entertaining baseball game I’ve seen live.  Not the best baseball, but the most over-the-top baseball show.  The 4 hour 21 minute long game featured six lead changes, 28 hits, 15 walks, … Continue reading

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Lists, official and unofficial

This morning, before the 2:00 PM release of the official Mitchell Report on use of performance-enhancing substances in baseball, an email circulated with a purported list of dirty players. Some of the names on the unofficial list did not appear … Continue reading

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Red Sox 2, Rockies 1

Schilling looked shaky in the first and Sox hitters were uncharacteristically impatient early in the game, the Rockies needing only 19 pitches to record the first six outs. Then Schilling found a rhythm, the batters worked pitch counts, the crowd … Continue reading

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Sox Dance Into World Series

A few days ago the New York Times ran a story–Are the Red Sox Ready to Become the Yankees?–that asked whether the Sox are ready “to replace the Yankees as the team the nation loves to hate.” Somehow the notion … Continue reading

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