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Eighty-Six Years in the Making: the 2004 Boston Red Sox

The 2004 ALCS was 86 years in the making. The Boston Red Sox didn’t just come back from a zero games to three deficit to win the series 4-3. 851 more words


2005 Plaque Progress: Plaque Completed

The Form of 2005 plaque is now completed.  The above photograph shows a sample of the painted finish on the plaque – featuring a detail of the stone circle ‘Stonehenge’ project that was completed by a group of students that year. 63 more words


2005 Plaque Progress: Carving Completed

The carving for the Form of 2005 plaque is completed. Below are some detail images – with carved elements illustrating the following design themes:


2005 Form Plaque Progress: Design Completed

I recently completed the design stage for the Form of 2005 plaque design. The drawing above is being used as the basis for the carving of the plaque, and illustrates the following events from the 2004/2005 school year: 100 more words


A Ruth-less Beginning

By: Kelli Anne Louthan

2,873 hits, 2,213 runs batted in, 714 home runs, 123 stolen bases. Who is responsible for these Major League Baseball statistics? The King of Swing, the Great Bambino, the Sultan of Swat. 293 more words

The Babe

Hey baseball fans!

The Sultan of Swat. The Caliph of Clout. The Behemoth of Bust. The Bambino. The Babe. All of these nicknames are attributed to one man and one man only: George Herman “Babe” Ruth, perhaps the greatest hitter to ever play the game of baseball. 653 more words

On This Day In History.. The City of Boston Was Cursed

DECEMBER 26, 1919

Babe Ruth (“The Bambino”) was undoubtedly one of the best players in baseball history — he was a member of three World Series championship teams for the Boston Red Sox and in 1919, he broke the single-season home run record. 150 more words