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Should Major League Baseball Reduce Number of Regular Season Games? Don't Count Red Sox Out?

By Jacqueline Bennett newsandviewsjb.com

Should Major League Baseball reduce the number of regular season games? Don’t count the Red Sox out?

The first query was a poll question posed last night on the New England Sports Network coverage of the Boston Red Sox/Toronto Blue Jays match-up that took a pitiful turn for Sox fans such as myself. 428 more words

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Another month has come and gone (May thoughts)

Another month has come and gone, with not so great results.  The Red Sox have simply not been playing the way they expect to play and how the fans expect them to play.   156 more words

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Week 22. Boston Red Sox @ The Texas Rangers from the Ballpark in Arlington. (I refuse to call it Globe Life Park). What a sad, sad game, It really didn’t turn out to well for Boston. 83 more words


Hawaii - 5/30/2015 - 1 PM - Red Sox Watch Party

Boston Red Sox vs Texas Rangers
5/30/2015 1:00 PM Pacific Time
Lulu’s Waikiki Surf Club – 2586 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu – (808)-926-5222

If you are needing a reserve table (4 people or more), please email Mike MacLean at mikemacleanluluswaikiki@yahoo.com or call ahead early. 29 more words

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First Game of the 2015 Season: April 14, 2015 Washington Nationals vs Boston Red Sox @ Fenway Park

The best feeling in the world is leaving your class to go to the Sox game. I have been waiting for 2 weeks after Opening Day to go to my first game of the 2015 season. 2,297 more words

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Opening Day at Fenway Ceremonies Recap and Thoughts on the Season So Far

This year my dad and I went to Opening Day at Fenway, we went to the 2014 home opener too. Being at Fenway for the home opener is different than watching it on tv, but either way you can see how special the home opener is.  702 more words

Calling All Kids: Opening Day, Gate K, and Mayor Marty Walsh

Now that spring is in fact here and white monster of winter’s reign has retreated, the Green Monster can come out and play.  Today, Mayor Marty Walsh led a tour of Fenway and cut the rope for the new Gate K.   783 more words