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I experienced exactitude or exact in  J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye in actually the lack of exactness. In Calvino’s words, the “well-defined, well-calculated plan for the work in question” was actually that Holden had no plan for any of his work. 89 more words

Catcher In The Rye

Red Sox have to get better at catcher

The Boston Red Sox ended their second three-game skid of the young 2014 season behind six strong innings by Clay Buchholz. The Red Sox are falling short of expectations and perhaps the most overlooked move this offseason was the departure of Jarrod Saltalamacchia. 506 more words

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Deivy Grullon in the Dugout for the Threshers

Baseball Ross and I made the trek over to Tampa this evening to see Deivy Grullon in a Threshers uniform.

I managed to catch him warming up Ethan Stewart.


April 13 - Happy Birthday Jake Stahl

Jake Stahl is one of just 11 Red Sox players to have won AL home run titles. He performed the feat way back in 1910, during the Deadball Era, which helps explain why Stahl’s 10 home runs were enough to lead both leagues. 452 more words

April 11 - Happy Birthday Jason Varitek

He was known to his teammates and all of Red Sox Nation as “Tek.” He was brought to Boston with Derek Lowe in July of 1997 in exchange for reliever Heathcliff Slocumb, in what was the best trade former Red Sox GM Dan Duquette’s ever made. 267 more words