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Anticipating the Arrival of Jay Groome

Red Sox Farm System is Questionable

The Boston Red Sox farm isn’t what it used to be. A couple years ago, the system was top notch, complete with studs such as Andrew Benintendi and Rafael Devers. 490 more words

Red Sox Insight

The Prospect Wire: Red Sox Have Plenty of Talent

Cole Brannen, selected 63rd overall out of high school. He’s got top-flight speed. The 19 year old has a short-compact left-handed swing which allows him to barrel up the ball to all parts of the field. 944 more words

Red Sox Insight

Where Does Swihart Stand with the Sox?

For someone who’s pulled off some mega blockbuster trades in his professional career, Dave Dombrowski certainly doesn’t seem interested in trading away any of the Sox young talent. 950 more words

Red Sox Insight

Microfilm Blog Series #2

In November we introduced you to a new blog series featuring our microfilm collection and the work of our Administrative Assistant (and occasional researcher) Ellary.  In this newest post, Ellary finds an obituary and fills in the gaps of a story that was an integral part of her childhood. 538 more words

Collection Notes

Mayor Urges State Lawmakers To Approve PawSox Stadium Deal

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) — Pawtucket’s mayor is warning that losing the city’s beloved Red Sox minor league team to Worcester is a very real threat. 127 more words

News

1644: A Turning Point in Cape Ann History

By Mary Ellen Lepionka

Histories are benchmarked with turning points—significant events that change all that follows. In large and small ways they affect the lives of persons, nations, species. 1,663 more words

2015 EDUCATION & OUTREACH AWARD

At Jordan's Jungle

From art class at Jordan’s Jungle in Pawtucket, RI.

Little thumbnail sketches (2″x2″) : Poinsettia and “Winter Rose ” Poinsettia.

Margaret On The Spot