Category Archives: Red Sox

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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Ellsbury prepared for 2011

After only appearing in 18 games last year, Jacoby Ellsbury is putting the 2010 season in the rear view mirror. He is looking towards the 2011 season with optimism, hoping to reestablish himself as one of the most electrifying players in … Continue reading

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Red Sox on Front Burner at Winter Meetings

The Red Sox burner on the “Hot Stove” just got turned up from Hot, to “are you bleeping kidding me HOT!?!?” in the last few hours.  Just days after the Sox held a press conference announcing that they had signed … Continue reading

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Number 9 Has Been Gone 5 Years

July 5, 2002. I’ll never forget that day. It was the summer after my freshman year of high school and my family and I had gone down the Cape for the 4th of July. Boy do I remember that day. … Continue reading

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Schilling Has a ‘Thorne’ in His Side

Last night Curt Schilling dominated once again as he faced off with Oriole’s flame thrower Daniel Cabrera. Schilling only allowed one run, a Miguel Tejada solo shot, in 7 innings of work, and the Red Sox won the game 6-1. … 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

Posted in Baseball, Boston, Coco Crisp, Curt Schilling, Daisuke Matsuzaka, David Ortiz, Jonathan Papelbon, Josh Beckett, Mariano Rivera, New York, Red Sox, Sports, Yankees | 3 Comments

Papelbon The Next Rivera?

This kid can do no wrong. In my last post I said that I thought Daisuke Matsuzaka looked Pedroesque, well now I am telling you that Jonathan Papelbon looked Riveraesque last night when he recorded his second save of the … Continue reading

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