Category Archives: Josh Beckett

Opening Day 2011

Now that your in the mood for a little baseball, here we go! How could you not be ready for baseball after hearing that song? I don’t know about your ball park, but “Centerfield” by John Fogerty is played before … Continue reading

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How Sweep It Is!

This Morning I was able to walk around Quinnipiac University proudly donning my David Ortiz jersey and Sox cap receiving no jeers from any of the many New Yorkers that infest this fine University. What could they say? Last night … Continue reading

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Papelbon Excited to Return as Sox Closer

One of the biggest question marks for the Boston Red Sox heading into spring training was their closers role. Who was going to take the ball in the ninth with the game on the line? Today Jonathan Papelbon walked into … Continue reading

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Schilling Blows off Some Steem

Curt Schilling has recently launched his own website, 38pitches.com; the number 38 referring to his jersey number he wears for the Red Sox. Schilling, working from his word press blog has created a way for his fans to read his … Continue reading

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A Call to Arms

Tim Kurkjian, now there is a great baseball writer. Peter Gammons is untouchable in my opinion but this guy Kurkjian is starting to grow on me. I’m saying this because Tim Kurkjian of ESPN shares my belief that the 2007 … Continue reading

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