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The Birthday Party Circuit

July 30, 2006 at 6:05 pm by Emily

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 this email yesterday afternoon from our friend, Eric, fellow parent, shortly after Papi’s heroics.

July 29, 2006 6:38pm

Turns out birthday parties may be good luck after all. No way the Sox win that game if I’m home watching it.

But will this be that Watershed Game that kickstarts a championship run, or will the Sox fail to build on the momentum? (and will a certain unpopular Globe columnist chose to pose that very question tomorrow, or will he write the inevitable Papi being Papi piece?)

Stay tuned…

Try Our Red Hot Papi…

July 26, 2006 at 10:13 pm by Chris

This refers to the sandwich and promotion from D’angelos sandwich shop, best described as a poor mans Subway. Nothing very interesting about the sandwich I bought or the promotion except I remembered that Big Papi has a son and his name is: D’angelo. Funny coincidence or did our man David give away naming rights to his first born son to a regional sandwich chain? All I’m saying is if I were David, I’d be introducing you to my boy Dunkin.

Bonus promotion - you can also scratch Big Papi! Here’s a sample card, mine was prizeless:

“What If…”

July 21, 2006 at 12:31 pm by Chris

After NESN incessantly plugged this “What If…” show for what seemed like months, does anyone really care what would have happened if Grady took out Pedro in Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS? Maybe if they didn’t win in ‘04, it would have made for some interesting viewing, but they did win, so who cares?

One thing that would have most likely NOT happened if they won in ‘03? Us. The Red Seat was born from that heartbreaking loss. Frankly, I’m glad things turned out the way they did.

Hot Stove, Wet Music: The Big Concourse Sessions

July 16, 2006 at 10:36 pm by Chris

Hot Stove, Cool Music: The Fenway Sessions went off without a hitch on Wednesday night. Well, that’s not entirely true. There was the horrible rain storm that soaked the stage to a point of possible electrocution. The makeshift substitute stage under the bleachers made it kind of a challenge to watch the bands and James Taylor sang only one song, but other than that, it was actually a lot of fun. We scored access to the backstage (Thanks, Kelly!) and watched Cowboy Mouth rock hard from there.

People bought the shirt! We saw several walking around. We got a little love from Dale and Holley on WEEI and from Boston Dirt Dogs, so I don’t think that hurt. And man, if the weather cooperated our seats would have been fantastic (Thanks, Jeff!)! *sigh* We did spend much of the evening hanging out in our seats chatting, enjoying the almost empty park and watching H run all over with his posse.

Hot Stove, Cool Music

Hot Stove - The Show Will Go On!

July 12, 2006 at 4:47 pm by Emily

The big event is slated to start at 5:30 and rock on into the evening. The Red Seat crew will be there (with H), so if you see us say hello. Enjoy the show.

Poetry of Sports

July 10, 2006 at 12:15 pm by Chris

Zinedine Zidane in his final game (ever) for the French World Cup squad took his head and rammed it into an Italian player and was issued a red card for his unsportsmanlike action. Good-bye Zizou and France. Of course, all Red Sox fans witnissing this knew the outcome of this final before the rest of the world. Sorry France but the poetry of sports is like mother nature and you can’t cross mother nature.

And the Red Sox lost in 19. Rudy…Rudy…Rudy.

Hot Stove, Cool Music at Fenway

July 7, 2006 at 12:47 am by Chris

Hot Shirt, Cool Music

As you may have seen in our monthly email and/or on the homepage - we’ve done a concert shirt for the Hot Stove, Cool Music night at Fenway next week. We’re pretty excited about it and we hope that this limited run design is going to sell out. If you’re not in Boston and can’t get to the show - get a shirt. If you’re in town, get your shirt now and wear it proudly knowing you done good. Get two and pay one forward (not that I actually watched that movie or anything).

Get the Shirt (or) Get Tickets (shirt also available at Fenway night of the show)

An even dozen!

June 30, 2006 at 1:21 pm by Chris

No need to mention what that dozen refers to - let’s just say this team is…

dopey marketing

What a joy to watch great games and some fine baseball these last couple of weeks. Ahhh, my heart is swellin’. Today’s graphics provided by, I kid you not.

Red Sox This Week

June 26, 2006 at 6:29 pm by Chris

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 Dan telling Mr. Henry how cool it is to own the Sox in an apparent homage to the Chris Farley Show. And apparently, guests of RSTW also get a discount coupon to Eastern Clothing of Watertown! Hey, John Henry - don’t forget to tell them the RemDawg sent you!

This just in: Red Sox sweep Phillies. Another x-tra inning walk off Ka-Pow!

You gotta know a guy who knows a guy.

June 20, 2006 at 10:36 pm by Emily

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 year when we scored Mike Dee’s table - the COO of the Red Sox - on the Right Field Roof, and the lazy May afternoon spent just beyond first base, but honestly, we’ll take what we can get.

And on Monday night, we got it good! It’s all in who you know, baby and because of that, we had the pleasure of checking out the game from the brand new State Street Pavilion! It was niiiiiiice. The seats, cushioned! The views, unobstructed! And the beer, total crap! (I woulda thought they’d have Guiness up there, but there was not a drop to be had.) There is even an air conditioned restaurant where you could take a break from the humid evening and watch the game on one of the many, many flat screens and enjoy some marginally above average food. Added bonus: Boston skyline over the bleachers.

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This photo does the view from our seats no justice whatsoever.

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View from the restaurant door. Justice - none.

A lovely evening all around. Thanks Pritesh and Glenda! And thanks guy that they know who didn’t go!

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Pay the shirt no mind, you’re a hero in my book!