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This Is Your Life This was a question everyone has thought of. Would you like to know what is going to happen tomorrow. We think about it everyday. This question however, is very easy for me to answer. NO, Why would you want to take the surprises out of life. Yes it might make the … More The Gift of Uncertainty
We all know someone that has been affected by cancer. It’s a terrible thing that can change people’s lives forever. Red Sox fans experienced it this year with that of our beloved manager, John Farrell. Last year John Farrell had to step down as the Red Sox skipper. Not everyone however, is as lucky as … More It Affects All of Us
After 86 long years, the day finally came. October 27, 2004 was the greatest day for Red Sox fans. The curse has been snapped. The Red Sox swept the St. Louis Cardinals and won the World Series sending mayhem to the streets of Boston and joy to Red Sox to Red Sox fans everywhere.
Fenway Park has seen many great games and players over the years. While other teams have been tearing down their ballparks to “keep up with the times” Fenway has remained. Fenway park was built in 1912 and still stands in her glory over 100 years later.
Some of the greatest baseball players of all time have passed through the Red Sox organization. Not many have been loved quite like David Ortiz, or more commonly know as Big Papi. He is 3rd on the all time home runs list in Red Sox history. Big Papi, however will not be first on the … More Big Papi
I have loved the Red Sox since I was 5. In April of 2011 I finally got the chance to go see them play. In the spur of the moment my mother, sister, and I decided to make the journey to Boston. I finally got to step foot into the Mecca of major league baseball, … More April 2011
Finally we thought the curse was going to be broken. Then the unthinkable happened. Just one out away from finally breaking the curse and winning the series after so many years. The play happened, that will forever be known as the Buckner play. Bill Bucker, the first basemen for the ’86 Red Sox let the … More 1986
1920 was the year that changed everything. The Great Bambino had been sold. Of course I’m referring to Babe Ruth. With the Bambino gone the World Series chances would be gone for the next 86 years.