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Obama Booed at Fenway

April 21, 2012

There is one thing Red Sox nation did right yesterday, which marked the 100th anniversary of opening day at Fenway Park.  Though the Sox lost the game 6-2 to the Yankees, booing Obama’s video message was probably the classiest thing coming from the fans that day. Go eat a dawg!

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Francona Latest Victim of Red Sox Collapse

September 30, 2011

Terry Francona, manager of the Boston Red Sox, is not having the options on his contract extended for next season.  That’s a nice way of saying “you’re fired” after an absolutely historic September collapse for the Boston Red Sox, who from May to August scared just about everyone in the MLB with their prolific offense [...]

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NFL Opening Weekend 2010

September 12, 2010

Ah, football. Rooting for the Yanks, Celts, Hammers and the Irish is cool and all, but it ain’t real American football!  I’ve felt in a kind of sports limbo since February.  Sundays were empty.  The late Douglas Adams’ “long dark tea-time of the soul” often hit about 3pm on those Sunday afternoons, but not today [...]

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New York Yankees Win World Series and Break the Curse of Hillary Clinton

November 5, 2009

Last night, the New York Yankees made history by defeating the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 6 of the World Series to capture their record 27th World Championship.  It is the Yankees’ first championship in nine years.  The significance of the Yankees’ victory cannot be overstated.  With their 27th championship, the Yankees have reaffirmed their place [...]

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Palin vs. Letterman

June 11, 2009

Having an a**-crack-of-dawn teacher schedule I am usually in bed obnoxiously early and rarely catch the 10 o’clock news let alone the late night talk shows.  So the attacks by David Letterman on Willow Palin went completely under my radar and was muffled at the water cooler this week due to the Yankees-Red Sox/Phillies-Mets series’ taking place.  So, I [...]

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Here We Go: Red Sox v. Yankees

March 26, 2008

The first sign of Spring in America  New York Yankee’s Co-Owner Hank Steinbrenner: “Red Sox Nation? What a bunch of (expletive) that is….  Go anywhere in America and you won’t see Red Sox hats and jackets, you’ll see Yankee hats and jackets. This is a Yankee country. We’re going to put the Yankees back on [...]

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More signs of the “Return of the Curse”

November 2, 2005

Those Red Sox can’t keep anyone that is worth anything happy. Here’s to the “Return of the Curse”

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