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NEW!  TROY O'LEARY LOOKS BACK

NEW! TROY O’LEARY LOOKS BACK

When the Boston Red Sox claimed Troy O’Leary on waivers from the Milwaukee Brewers in April 1995, it was the best thing that ever happened to his baseball career.  Looking back during a recent interview, Troy said, “I didn’t think so at the time.  I had been with the Brewers for eight years, my whole career.  I had spent time… Read more →

CELEBRATING 146 YEARS OF BOSTON BASEBALL!

CELEBRATING 146 YEARS OF BOSTON BASEBALL!

When the Red Sox season opened the season with a 6-2 win over the Cleveland Indians on April 5, 2016, it marked the 146th  consecutive season of professional baseball in Boston! Boston’s 146 consecutive seasons are the most in major league baseball—in fact the most in the world. Chicago is second with 144 consecutive seasons, and we can thank Mrs…. Read more →

Remembering Dave “Hendu” Henderson

Remembering Dave “Hendu” Henderson

Dave Henderson, who starred in the Red Sox dramatic Game Five victory over the California Angels in the 1986 American League Championship Series, died on December 27, 2015, in Seattle, WA. Henderson died of massive heart failure one month after he received a kidney transplant. He was only age 57—much too young. (See article below)

Dwight “Dewey” Evans Remembers 1975

Dwight “Dewey” Evans Remembers 1975

When Dwight Evans reported to spring training in Winter Haven, FL, for the 1975 Red Sox season he was very optimistic about the upcoming year. “I knew we had a lot of talent,” Dwight said during a recent interview in his greater Boston home. “I thought we could compete with anyone in the AL East.” (See article below)

REVIEW—Pudge: The Biography of Carlton Fisk

REVIEW—Pudge: The Biography of Carlton Fisk

If you had asked portrait artist Norman Rockwell to paint a picture of the quintessential major league catcher, he would have drawn Carlton “Pudge” Fisk on the mound at Fenway Park, catcher’s mask atop his head, waiting patiently for the relief pitcher to arrive. (See article below)