OK. This isn't really a Sox post. And it wasn't recorded in 2010. But it was recorded at Fenway Park. And I like this Massachusetts chorus so I beg your indulgence and ask that you not beat me up for making this post...
Don and Jerry were pretty funny a couple of nights ago with the 3ft Lobster Roll from Diangelo's. Then you had Bret Michaels at the game last night. -- I've come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass and i'm all outta bubblegum.
@ the mid-season: .580 BATTING AVERAGE: .276, 3rd Overall HOME RUNS: 116, 2nd Overall RUNS BATTED IN: 459, 1st Overall HITS: 839, 3rd Overall So, on paper, not bad? ERA: 4.37, 22nd STRIKEOUTS: 605, 17th SAVES: 23, 9th WHIP: 1.37, 18th So, pitching, not so great 5 games out of AL East is what matters though
From ESPN ANAHEIM, Calif. -- David Ortiz believes his power swing is all the way back. After a big finish in the Home Run Derby, Boston's beloved slugger has a trophy to prove it.
David Ortiz still remembers a few months back people saying he was finished. His triumph at the Home Run Derby was just the latest reminder Big Papi isn't ready to leave the stage, writes Jayson Stark.
it was a nice showing. David is nothing but a class act. If you watched it at all, you found out how much he loves the game, the fans, and how incredibly lucky he feels to play. -- I've come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass and i'm all outta bubblegum.
that wasn't my knee but it damn sure hurt when i saw it. hope Santana (Indians) didn't a season ending injury when Kalish collided with him at home plate. -- Liberty is allowing other people to do the things you disaprove of.