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“Is that all there is?” was a song recorded in 1969 by Peggy Lee. It is a song about disillusionment and disappointment. It is a song about the 2012 Red Sox. It is appropriate that a song that was popular … Continue reading
The Red Sox organization threw a party for Jason Varitek on Saturday, July 21 in the name of “Thanks Tek Day”. The retired and retiring Captain Tek decided in April that he would hang ’em up as a Red Sox. The Sox know how to put on … Continue reading
I have been speechless. Blame it on the Red Sox. I dutifully kept notes about my favorite topic throughout June and July and had every intention of posting my thoughts. But then the June gloom turned into the July high, … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to have attended the Boston Baseball Writers Dinner on January 19. Hey, I love baseball and I write about it; so why not me? Anyway, the highlight of my night was capturing the moment that David … Continue reading
Trick or Treat! An early snowstorm blanketed New England on October 29-30, 2011. The pre-Halloween trick or treat was beautiful for some and inconvenient for the unlucky folks who lost power. For me, it was a painful reminder that … baseball … Continue reading
My friends, Rosalie and Ken, painted this beautiful quilt on the side of their New Hampshire barn.
Red Sox fans: I thought it was time to take a break from fried chicken talk. Thankfully, Red Sox pitchers were not chowing down on these big boys in the clubhouse.