UPDATE--Lou Lucier: Oldest Living Red Sox Player

UPDATE–Lou Lucier: Oldest Living Red Sox Player

It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Lou Lucier on October 18, 2014.  His obituary and arrangements are included in the following link: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/telegram/obituary.aspx?n=louis-lucier&pid=172868747&fhid=25322 Mr. Lucier was one of the finest gentlemen I have ever interviewed.  I treasure my memory of the afternoon I describe in the feature below. ******************************************************************************************* I spent Saturday afternoon talking baseball with… Read more →

Wit and Wisdom from the WA

Herb Crehan:  My New Year’s resolution is to enjoy every inning of the 2013 Red Sox season!  What’s yours Frank? Frank Sullivan: Eighty-two years later I find not making any is the best way to win. Herb Crehan: Do you see another World Championship in the Red Sox near future? Frank Sullivan: How near is near? If John Lackey comes back… Read more →

Baseball Writers’ Association of America

The Baseball Writers’ Association of America failed to elect anyone to Baseball’s Hall of Fame this year.  Former Boston Red Sox pitchers Curt Schilling (38.8%) and Roger Clemens (37.6%) just barely reached one-half of the 75% threshold for election. But Boston history baseball fans can celebrate the election of Jim “Deacon” White, who played for the Boston Red Stockings from… Read more →