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It Takes So Little…

It takes so little to make a fan for life… Continue reading

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<a href=" Picture slideshow created with Smilebox ” title=”Ladies and Gentlemen: Your 2013 World Champion Boston Red Sox”>Ladies and Gentlemen: Your 2013 World Champion Boston Red Sox I hope you enjoy this slideshow I made up in tribute to the … Continue reading

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I hope you enjoy watching this slide show about the Boston Strong Quilt Project. Comfort quilts were made for people injured in the Boston Marathon bombings. Be sure to turn on the sound. Colleen <a href=" This free digital slideshow … Continue reading

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Opening Day

April 1.  At work Sitting on the edge of my seat. Radio on. Volume barely audible. In a stuffy office of buttoned-down collars and billable hours. I’m wound up — excited. Game on! Attempting to concentrate on work Knowing it’s … Continue reading

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Salty!

My latest quilted fabric portrait is of Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamaccchia – the guy with the longest name in the league. The quilt is made of 100% cotton fabric and is machine quilted. It is 22″ x 28″ and … Continue reading

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A Week in the Life of a Quilt-Making Baseball Fan

I’m hopeless.  I realize that.  I was mad at the Red Sox in 2011; then again in 2012.  But you can only be mad for so long.  I love the Red Sox again.  In fact, I never stopped.  You can … Continue reading

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Holiday Letter to Ben Cherington

Dear Ben Cherington: I trusted you. ; I had faith that you could right the ship. ; After you pulled off The Trade of 2012, dumping the contracts that had the Red Sox in a multi-year stranglehold, I looked at … Continue reading

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Trading Friendly for Farrell

He’s baaaaaack!  It happened and I am glad.  I think.  John Wayne … I mean … John Farrell is about to ride in on a white horse and save the Red Sox.  You know what that means, don’t you?  Dust … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Red (Part 2)

When you think about the wreckage created by the Sox acquisition of Adrian Gonzalez, it is startling. There was no effort to retain Adrian Beltre on third base, and he left for the Rangers where he has been an all-star. … Continue reading

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Tek Support: A Tribute to Jason Varitek

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

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