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    Monday, May 30, 2005

    Reality Check

    One night after a seemingly effortless walk by of the Yankees, the Sox fans ego boost crashed to earth faster than you can say salami. Bronson never made it out of the third and as he game up 4 earned runs in one pitch to David Newhan. It appeared that the birds had the book on Bronson as he gave up 10 hits and for 8 outs.

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    Look who is laughing now

    Olerud is 5 for 10 in the 2 games that he has started in since returning. Millar went 0-4 on Sunday, and will probably not start Tuesday. It appears Francona is going with the hot hand and for the time being that is the man who was out of Baseball a few weeks ago.

    Project Gotham Writing

    New York sports writers are in shock after the Sox man handled their streaking Bombers this weekend. Very little changed in the standings over the past three days, but you wouldn't know that from some of the articles written. Enjoy the sober thoughts from News Day writer Ken Davidoff.

    Just as the Red Sox's hopes of a last-place Yankees finish are long behind us, the Yankees can forget about the Red Sox collapsing under the weight of their own curse-breaking. Their recent slide proved nothing more than your standard slump.

    "We kind of came in here limping, and they were as hot as can be," Red Sox manager Terry Francona said. "Hopefully, we can go home and get hot."

    They're well on their way. In these last two days, eight Yankees pitchers combined to allow 24 runs and 41 hits to their archrivals, and this morning, the Yankees wake up in third place, behind the Red Sox again.

    It's an unlikely turn of results, given the star-crossed way the Yankees defeated Boston on Friday night. But not as unlikely when you consider that the Yankees have offered little to convince us that they have overtaken the defending World Series champions.

    They deserve credit for their resurgence of the last month, for not allowing themselves to become the most expensive flop in professional sports history. But really, they essentially beat up on patsies in Oakland, Seattle and Detroit, while showing some grit against the Mets

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    Sunday, May 29, 2005

    Torre Yanks His Wang



    Torre Pulled his Wang after the Wangs long relief efforts following Mussina's 3 inning effort.

    Saturday, May 28, 2005

    Now Go Outside and Play

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    Friday, May 27, 2005

    Life Returns to Normal

    The fellowship of the miserable is back and all is well with the world. Some how the impending sweep from the Yankees won't as much as I thought it would. This is how life is supposed to be. Expect the worst and you can't be disappointed. Wendell Kim problems have returned to third base. 4 staight road losses. This is the bread and butter type stuff that Red Sox fans have become accustom to, and why should it be any different now? A what would a summer be with out second guessing your manager to the point of calling for his job.

    Sheffield up, no one up in the pen, he lets Embree face Sheffield. We all know Sheffield can hit some gas, and we know how straight Embree's gas is, and I mean he crushes this ball, this is third tank, see ya. My god this game turned around so quick and you wonder did this game get away from Francona at this point. I mean, there is no way Embree facing Sheffield, you got to have a right hander into face him. Is it a second guess sure, but you can not let Sheffield beat you.-- Dennis Eckersley

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    A Look Back: Rivalry 2005

    Apr 3 Loss 9-2 Johnson Wells
    Apr 5 Loss 4-3 Rivera Foulke
    Apr 6 Win 7-3 Timlin Rivera
    Apr 11 Win 8-1 Wakefield Mussina
    Apr 13 Loss 5-2 Wright Schilling
    Apr 14 Loss 8-5 Foulke Gordon

    An odd amount of relief pitchers have W's in this series so far.

    Olerud, who played for the Yankees in 2004, will be in a Red Sox uniform for Friday's game against New York.

    Manny is hitting .167 off of Johnson. Thats the good news since he is only hitting .125 off of left handers in general.

    A-Rod is hitting .192 with 3 RBI and 1 HR against the Red Sox this year.

    For the Record: Danica Patrick a Sure Thing

    I don't like to get off point since this is a Red Sox blog but if one sport needs a hero right now more than anything it is the IRL and that would be hero is Danica Patrick. Remember growing up when the INDY 500 actually meant something? Well it hasn't meant shit for a long time. Ever since CART and IRL went their separate ways 8 years ago, the Indy 500 lost all of it's' luster and commercial appeal. What was once a race that would make the Daytona 500 look like a spring training game is now nothing more than a 20 second Sports Center highlight halfway through the broadcast. This Sunday that will all change for one day, if Danica wins the race it may change for many years to come. Danica Patrick is the first IRL driver male or female that has ever been mentioned on CNN. The people at IRL can't buy that kind of press because if they could they would be buying it in bulk. Don't be surprised to see Danica win on Sunday, letting Danica win is the smartest thing for the sport, and will probably happen if it is at all remotely possible. Not unlike giving Little E a gift wrapped first NASCAR victory after his father's untimely death. It is something NASCAR needed, and Patrick winning this Sunday is what the IRL needs now more than ever.

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    A Bad Day

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    One time in college I got arrested in my dorm room for drinking a beer in my dorm room. Later that day I returned to my dorm room to be greeted by my Japanese exchange student and her friends. A few moments of small talk later had me explaining to them that I was having a bad day. Lost in translation or lack there of my Asian friends thought I said it was my birthday, and took it upon themselves to go out and get me birthday card, cake, and then sang 'happy birthday' to me. It was still a bad day, but the humor was the silver lining to it; being able to laugh about it. Now every time I have a bad day I think about Japanese people singing me a horrible rendition of 'Happy Birthday' and it usually makes me laugh. Today Red Sox fans have no birthday cake to eat, Gabe Kapler will not be singing Happy Birthday to anyone, and there will be no silly Asian people to laugh at. The Sox got swept by Toronto, the Yankees swept the Tigers, the Sox went from second place to second to last. Schilling, the Sox one year wonder, may not pitch for 3 more months! Could it get any worse? Well, Wakefield faces Randy Johnson Friday night.

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    Hope this helps.
    Go Sox

    Thursday, May 26, 2005

    Yankees Horrible Start Erased

    Three weeks ago the Sox were two games out of first place and the Yankees were tied for last place. Fast forward to today and the Sox are 4 games out of first with the Yankees less than a game behind them.
    There are four teams in the thick of things now... Two weeks ago there were only two teams in the thick of things. We just let Toronto back in, and New York is climbing. We have to start doing something."-- Johnny Damon
    The season has taken yet another turn for the worse. The Pitcher who couldn't lose, the offense that could score runs on anyone came back to earth Wednesday night... hard and fast.
    We're a really bad team right now. We need to win. It's a must-win. We need to get back to that stage where every game is a must-win instead of saying, 'Oh, we'll be OK,' because it's a different year. We need to start looking at every game like we have to win."-- Damon

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    I wasn't rusty. I felt good,"
    Arroyo said after serving his 6 game suspension.

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    Tuesday, May 24, 2005

    Wells Can Suck North of the Border just as Well

    In a preemptive strike against David Wells and his propensity to suck the good people at CBC Sports decided to write and article prior to Tuesday's game about what we all have been thinking... DAVID WELLS IS A BUST. Theo has done and great job and we can't officially complain about anything for a full year at least, but Wells sucks and was a horrible singing.

    Things haven't worked out as planned. So far this season, Wells has been mostly awful or injured.

    The portly lefty spent three weeks on the disabled list in April nursing a sprained right ankle. He returned to action on Wednesday, but wasn't around for long.

    Wells was pounded for seven runs and nine hits in only 1 1/3 innings in a 13-6 loss to the Oakland Athletics. It was his briefest start since June 8, 2001.

    "It's one of those days you want to find a hole and crawl in it," said Wells, who is nicknamed Boomer. "But I'll be back out there.

    David was all too correct, he was out there Tuesday night and gave up 5 earned runs, lost the game (unofficially) thanks to his forth inning performance.
    If I don't hit the spot I am in trouble...I am not a power pitcher any more, so I have to scratch and claw to get outs. I guess as you get older, you don't have the power any more, I am not a power guy, and so I got to rely on keeping the ball down to be successful.
    David Wells 6.1755121 6.81
    Mike Timlin (BS,1) 1.2211001 1.19
    Alan Embree (L,1-2) 0.1233101 5.03

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    Sunday, May 22, 2005

    Clement 4 < Perfect

    Clement receives a bear hug from Ortiz after he gave up just 4 hits in a near perfect game. Clement only gave up 4 hits, more impressively with no walks, and if you removed the 4th inning which accounted for 3 Bravos hits and 2 runs, he only allowed 1 base runner all day.
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    It was just Clement's 6th complete game, the first one in two years, and while we are cracking the history books this is the first time Red Sox have ever won a series against the Atlanta Braves in Fenway Park.

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    Friday, May 20, 2005

    The Thriller with Da Miller

    The latest Red Sox ace de jour, Wade Miller, took a no hitter into the fifth inning and earned his first win in a Red Sox uniform.

    Miller followed in the latest trend of struggling pitchers who finally got a win by saying he did not have his best stuff today. Yeah right.

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    This is probably the worst game I felt of the three. I didn't have the feel for it today, I was able to move the ball around a little bit, but I just didn't feel quite as good as the other two. You got to go out there and get the wins when you are not feeling so hot.-- Wade Miller
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    Mirabelli to the DL

    Belli was placed on the DL retroactive all the way back to Thursday prior to Friday's game. Doug last started a game as catcher on May 15th when Wakefield tossed a loss. However, unlike last year he has been used as a bat off the bench more often and even as a DH once this year. He apparently sprained his wrist during an at bat in the oakland series. He last played the 18th. Shawn Wooten's contract from Pawtucket and will take Doug's roster spot until June 2 when he is able to come off the DL and return to the active roster. Mirabelli has never been on the DL before in his 9-year career.

    Rivalry Weekend

    The subway series, The Cubs and the White Sox, The battle by the bay, and of course the Atlanta Braves and the Boston Red Sox. All the great match ups will be featured this weekend and who could forget the Devil Rays, and the Marlins. Sounds great on paper but when the Red Sox meet the Braves it only means one thing, the Sox lose the series. Transplants Hudson and Miller face off Friday night to start the series followed up on Saturday: BOS Tim Wakefield (4-2, 3.61 ERA) vs. ATL TBA and Sunday: BOS Matt Clement (4-0, 3.56 ERA) vs. ATL John Smoltz (3-3, 2.83 ERA).
    I love playing in Boston. The electricity there is great and they've got a lot to be excited about." -- Chipper Jones
    And why wouldn't Chipper love playing in Boston? The man who has more kids than homers this year (7) knows the Bravos have a 12-3 record at Fenway. But all good things (for Braves fans) must come to an end... some time, maybe this weekend. Vegas is stumped about this one too.

    Thursday, May 19, 2005

    Oh Wells

    Today's effort by Wells was so bad that it inspired me to do nothing more than post one of my previous posts about Wells and his super fabulous ways.

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    It is too early in the season to make any snap judgments but this is what we know:
    The Red Sox were the only team in baseball willing to offer David Wells a job this year, he had horrible spring training, and he has looked even worse in his first two starts. Bronson Arroyo is the only Sox starter with a win, and by the way Wells is throwing the ball recently he may never even register a win all season long in a Red Sox uniform. Theo took a gamble on Wells knowing that he threw strikes. It turns out that Theo was only half right. Wells does in fact still throw strikes, they just happen to be strikes that get hit all over the park all day long. In my 20 plus years as Sox fan I have never seen a Red Sox pitcher give up three consecutive home run balls to three consecutive batters. I would be a happy man if I went another 20 years before I saw that again. David, please retire.

    Wednesday, May 18, 2005

    Late Night Time Line

      • 12:50 AM 8th inning, Sox trail 3-5, Cruz walks the bases loaded
        12:57 AM Sox score a run, to make the score 4-5, with out getting a hit.
      • 1:00 AM Ricon pulled by Ken Macha for Street to face Renteria.
      • 1:02 AM Bases still loaded, Renteria clears the bases with a triple scored a single. Sox take the lead 7-5 and Clement gets off the hook.
      • 1:04 AM Remy says "You don't see Manny take these kind of swings too often" referring to a half power wiffle ball swing Manny put across for a strike.
      • 1:05 AM Manny strikes out looking at a ball about 3 feet away from him.
      • 1:08 AM Embree still on the mound.
      • 1:11 AM Embree records a strike out for the first out of the inning.
      • 1:12 AM NESN satellite feed goes out.
      • 1:13 AM NESN satellite feed comes back; Embree leaves the mound with two outs, Francona by his side. and Timlin running in.
      • 1:15 AM I ask myself why Foulke isn't coming in for a 4 out save if he needs the work to be effective.
      • 1:16 AM Timlin gets Scutaro to pop out to end the inning.
      • 1:20 AM Foulke warms up, top of the ninth, and Millar walks, 11th Sox walk.
      • 1:24 AM Mueller fouls out for the second out.
      • 1:24 AM Remy wonders aloud how many people back home are still watching, as Payton flies out for the third out, then Foulke runs onto the infield.
      • 1:27 AM Foulke throws his first pitch to Byrnes for a strike.
      • 1:28 AM Byrnes strikes out.
      • 1:29 AM Kotsay flies out to Manny, two outs.
      • 1:31 AM Jason Kendall gets a two out single to bring the tying run to the plate.
      • 1:33 AM Chavez strikes out to end the 3 hour and 20 minute game. Foulke gets a save.

      Tuesday, May 17, 2005

      Oil Sitting on the Can

      Dennis Oil Can Boyd hold his hand book of baseball "The Mental Game of Baseball" after tossing three scoreless innings for the Brockton Rox at home.

      I'm trying to make a team with these young kids, so I've got to push it up there... The weather up here won't let you loosen up."--Oil Can

      (AP photo Elise Amendola)

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      The Oakland Closer Sucked Last Week, but did not Suck Again

      It was last week all over again. Sox trailed 4-6, Dotel on the mound ready to blow? A man on base, Millar at bat at the end of the game, except this week produced non-sexy results. Millar actually beat out an infield hit to extend the inning. Then Mueller had the chance to be the hero, but he flew out at 12:53 AM and ended any hope of a Sox victory.

      The leason to be learned here is to not play teams that have just lost eight games in a row.

      Bronson Arroyo came un-done in the fifth inning as he pitched to 9 Athletics giving up 4 earned runs, that pretty much ended his league leading winning streak.

      Manny continued to lower his average going 1 for 5 with 2 strike outs.

      Sox left 32 men on base? Is that even possible? Well, yes since some of those men were left of base for 3 different batters.

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      Monday, May 16, 2005

      Trot Nixon: In Need of Surgery

      Nixon knocked in a key grand slam to help beat the Mariners on Saturday, and he was immediately replaced in the outfield by Jay Payton. Tito stated that it was not a defense replacement suggesting that in the very least Nixon is banged up. Nixon has disclosed that he will need off season surgery on his leg. What is not known is what part of his leg is injured or what kind of surgery is needed. What is known is that it only Johnny Damon (10) has more hits than Nixon (9) in the past week. Nixon is clearly locked in at the plate and any injury in need of surgery does not seem to be affecting his plate performance.
      I feel good at the plate,'' --Trot Nixon

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      Sunday, May 15, 2005

      The 400 Club

      Hats off to Manny Ramirez as he became the 39 human to ever hit 400 major league home runs

      What are you going to do with the ball?
      I don't know, I will probably put it on Ebay."

      How much do you think you will get for it?
      I don't know, maybe $200 dollars"

      You just said hitting 500 homers doesn't matter, so is 400 good enough?
      I am going for number 11... I was trying to hit 11"
      --Manny Ramirez

      After hitting his 400 homer, and losing the game 4-5 to Seattle, Manny insinuating that it was more important to hit his 11th homer of the season and win the game. Manny Ramiez joins the short list.
      H Aaron
      B Ruth
      B Bonds*
      W Mays
      F Robinson
      M McGwire
      S Sosa*
      H Killebrew
      R Jackson
      R Palmeiro*
      M Schmidt
      M Mantle
      J Foxx
      W McCovey
      T Williams
      E Banks
      E Mathews
      M Ott
      K Griffey*
      E Murray
      L Gehrig
      F McGriff*
      S Musial
      W Stargell
      D Winfield
      J Canseco
      C Yastrzemski
      J Bagwell*
      D Kingman
      A Dawson
      F Thomas*
      J Gonzalez*
      C Ripken
      B Williams
      J Thome*
      G Sheffield*
      D Evans
      D Snider
      M Ramirez*

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      Beat It

      Nixon did what Ortiz and Manny could not in the seventh inning, hit a 98 mile per hour fast ball out of the park, it just so happened that Nixon's long ball was a grand slam. Nixon Put Putz in a hole they could never dig out of.

      Game Notes:
      • Miller gave up back to back home runs after having a decent outing.
      • Manny continued to lower his average , all the while hitting another solo homer.
      • Ortiz now bats third not Manny.
      • Damon ended his 18 game hitting streak.
      • Renteria some how has a ten game hitting streak.

      Saturday, May 14, 2005

      Worst Game of the Season

      The two fill in starters for Wells, and Schilling teamed up to suck harder than an electrical sucking device Friday night. At the end of the day the Sox blew no less than two leads and trailed by 6 runs 12-6. That is all I could watch, there was no hope for a come back with the people coming out of the Sox bull pen.

      May 13, 2005

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      Wednesday, May 11, 2005

      Foulke Music Sucks

      Your closer has an ERA of nearly 8, has as many blown saves as wins, and statistically there are about 250 relief pitchers in the game that are superior to him. Be afraid, be very afraid. I can't imagine a scenario where the sox sweep a team, with back to back walk off wins, and I am not excited in the least. This is the quintessential feel bad win, if there is such a thing.

      It doesn't matter what I did yesterday or the day before, It's all about today and today was horrible."--Keith Foulke

      The Return of the Red

      It was rumored that the Sunday red Red Sox uniforms had gone the way of Giambi's MVP play, but they returned today to fenway for the first time in 2005. Tek get's his dirty sliding into second on a RBI double in the second.

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      Dotel it on the Mountain!

      Millar, who has been slumping all year long (last night not included), was back to his old form with two strike outs and two defensive errors playing first. His only way to save face was to win the game with a walk off homer, and that is exactly what he did. The fast ball hitter sent a Dotel fastball into the light tower for a two run walk off shot. Millar how did you feel about sucking right up until you stop sucking tonight?
      I just got to drive in more than I let in. That's the big thing. I told Theo that today, I said we are going to take offense instead of defense so I just got to start swinging the bats better."-- Kevin Millar

      Theo's side of the story
      He said we don't pay him enough to play both offense and defense and he had been playing only defense. A few days ago I said flip the switch, it is time for offense, we will be ok with out your defense."-- Theo Epstein

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      Monday, May 09, 2005


      • Manny was hit in the head by a heat seaking curve ball in the first inning. According to Tito he felt "woozy" and was pulled from the game as a precaution.
      • Now only Cy Young, Rodger Clemens, Mel Parnell, and Luis Tiant have more wins in a Red Sox uniform than Tim Wakefield (118).
      • Kevin Millar hit his first homer of the season, and was skunked by his team mates when he came into the dug out, al la Youkilis's first homer last year.
      • No one is hotter than Johnny Damon who is hitting .373 for the season. Damon had his third straight multi hit game and is hitting well over .400 over the past seven days.
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      Sunday, May 08, 2005

      Not So .... Sexy Results

      Miller time was called short after five innings and 2 earned runs. But after 18 innings of baseball the only thing left in anyones mind was a sexy 4 run long ball sent over the wall by Richie Sexon. Wade Miller's debut was overclouded with rain and Cla Meredith's grandslam ball to Mr Sexon.

      Friday, May 06, 2005

      Clement and Hazel Mae Come Up Huge

      Enough Said

      Foulke on Not Sucking

      With 3 losses, an ERA that eclipses his height, 5 long balls given up (just 3 less than all of last season)Foulke registered only his second save of the season without giving up a hit. Our good friends Dale and Holley at WEEI Dale contacted Foulke as he gassed up his truck. How does it feel to possibly find your groove again?
      It couldn't get a whole lot worse, so I am definitely feeling better. Yesterday was kind of just the opposite, I got the results but I kind of didn't feel real fresh, but we got the results and that's all that's important... Now my biggest problem is that my arm was too long, In Detroit I shortened my arm up. I didn't have my best change up yesterday; I tried to slow it up a bit more to keep the guys off balance a little more. - Keith Foulke

      When did you realize that Arroyo had a No No going?
      I didn't realize he had a no hitter until I went out to the bull pen in the seventh.

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      Thursday, May 05, 2005

      Edgar Renteria Leaves Game With Finger Injury

      Renteria squared to bunt, missed the ball, and was apparently hit in the finger. After meeting with Francona, and Jim Rowe, Renteria left the game with an injury.

      Ramon Vazquez inherited Renteria's 0-1 count and knocked in Varitek with an RBI single to give the Sox a 1-0 lead in the second inning.

      Day Drinking... err I Mean Baseball

      Few things make a boring weekday go by faster than an afternoon baseball game, and that is exactly what we are blessed with today. A get out of town game, a way to motor out of motor city and back to the fens, a chance to take the series or split it. It is just the Tigers so I wouldn't exactly call it a call in sick worthy game like a Sox Yankees day game, which almost never happen. At 1 PM Arroyo, the new Red Sox ace of the staff according to the latest MLB promotion, will take his new found confidence to the mound against Dmitri Young and his coworkers.
      Ever since the end of last year, I've been feeling confident, I feel like I can dominate a game if I do what I need to." - Bronson Arroyo

      Young who has been out of the line up for the past 4 days is expected to return on Thursday
      They're the world champions. They are the team to beat. I think we're proving to ourselves that we're a good team. For some reason, they're getting the big hits and making the big plays, and we're not." - Craig Monroe

      Wednesday, May 04, 2005

      Youkilis Had us at Hello

      Bill Mueller Who? (Just Kidding) Kevin Youkilis is knocking those ball side corners and hitting over .400 for the season, 467 to be exact. It was just another RBI single in the eighth from Kevin Youkilis that gave the Red Sox the lead and ultimately the win Wednesday; How does that feel Youk?
      It feels good. This is great, to get up there and have an opportunity to put us ahead late in the game." Said the Greek God of Walks
      Of course that is misleading and unfair since he has only played in 5 games and had 15 at bats, but tell that to the judge. How do you explain such success?
      You know, its a lot easier when you are hitting in the ninth in the order, and some of these pitchers are getting a chance to breath not facing the top half of that unbelievable line up.

      Youkilis would you mind leaving your bat with Edgar if you go back down again?

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      John Kerry is a Real Red Sox Fan

      Take Me Out to the Ball Game,
      Take My Car Out of impound

      The Boston Herald reports that presidential candidate John Kerry used $3,150 of campaign money for Red Sox tickets to a Fenway game prior to the DNC. This is a problem how? If I were a presidential candidate I would have a campaign stop at every other Sox game at home and on the road. What do people think campaign funds are suppose to be used for? Paying for overdue parking tickets? Well, he did that too.

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      Come See Arroyo... With His Ladies?

      Boston ace, Bronson Arroyo, is coming to Toys "R" Us!

      Saturday, May 7, 6:30 - 8 pm
      Toys "R" Us Dedham
      100 Providence Hwy., Dedham, MA 02026

      Maybe "Charles" Bronson Arroyo will bring some of his Boston lady friends along?

      Tuesday, May 03, 2005

      Halama Time

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      Rogers: Rocket may return to Sox

      Smart money says Clemens will go to one of his former teams, the Yankees or Boston, but who thought Houston would get Carlos Beltran last year? The bidding for Clemens will be absolutely obscene if he stays healthy.
      Smart money would fire Phil Rogers since his article is based on nothing more than rank speculation.
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