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Archive for the 'Red Sox' Category

The Birthday Party Circuit

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

We had been at a birthday party for a couple school buddies (here’s a big 4th birthday shout out to Jack and Sydney!!!) of H during the game yesterday. We checked the score on our cell phones periodically and as the party was winding down, the Sox were tied 6-6 in the 10th. We got […]

Red Sox This Week

Monday, June 26th, 2006

I think that’s the name of the show hosted by Dan Roach on Channel 38, the non-cable, non-network station that used to carry Red Sox games until everything switched to NESN. This Week the guest interview for the show was none other than Red Sox principal owner John Henry. It was a pleasant interview with […]

You gotta know a guy who knows a guy.

Tuesday, June 20th, 2006

We here at The Red Seat HQ had the pleasure of attending Monday night’s game against the Washington Nationals. It wasn’t like most games for us. Usually we get Standing Room Only tickets, bleacher seats, or we get lucky enough to sit in the grandstand on occasion. Well, ok, there was that one time last […]

7th inning stretch

Wednesday, June 14th, 2006

It’s been a while since we posted and there has been one uplifting”Ka-Pow” and one devastating Tavarloss. Is either game of these 162 worth mentioning? Well if you’re from Mini-soda and luv the team from not one but TWO cities you might choose the latter to keep on TiVO for a while.

The Tavarloss was […]

Haiku, Too.

Wednesday, June 7th, 2006

With losses mounting
- A wasted Pauley effort
Will a hero rise?

(The Sox need to start winning. Chris, the tortured poet, is seriously driving me nuts. - Emily)

Welcome to Fenway Park

Thursday, June 1st, 2006

These photos were taken by a friend of mine that had the Fenway experience of a lifetime. Maryann garnered seats directly behind homeplate in the second row of the fancy new EMC Club that was formerly the fishbowl (aka: The .406 Club). This game was the day Coco returned to the lineup. She was downright […]

This is how you clear the bases…

Friday, May 26th, 2006


Why we embrace Mike Lowell

Monday, May 22nd, 2006

There was a time when we ridiculed Mike Lowell (see: Mike the Marlin). We now realize that it was just the funny looking hat and not the super tidy and neatly manicured hair on his grill. Besides, there are bigger fish to fry with the Yanks in town for 3 “glorious” days.

Internetting Games

Wednesday, May 17th, 2006

After the latest Red Sox victory over the O’s, one member of the Red Seat squad hopped on the ‘puter to watch gamecast because the Yanks were down 9-0 at one point. The setup: Rivera has blown the save and the Yanks are down to their final out with Posada at bat. Gamecast actually shows […]

If you can make it there…

Friday, May 12th, 2006

2 out of 3 from NY in da Bronx is none too shabby. Did we mention the joy and glee of watching NY implode during the series, albeit with one eye covered during that gruesome Matsui injury (was that a mannequin hand on the end of his left arm?). Randy (you can’t intimidate the intimidator) […]