Have you ever signed a confidentiality agreement? I haven’t… but when my book supplier mentioned a new book was coming out and that I needed to sign over a confidentiality agreement for before agreeing to review it, I suddenly felt
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David Ortiz is 40 years old. This will be his final season in the major leagues. In his fourteen years in Boston, he accomplished what no other Red Sox player in the modern era has. He was the driving force
Oh how a simple flip of the bat can ruffle some feathers. On a recent road trip to Tampa Bay, the Boston Red Sox took on a three-game set against their division rivals, the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays took
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“And the Boston Red Sox are World Champions!” -Joe Buck, October 27, 2004
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I was scrolling through my television channels on another insomnia-ridden night and stumbled upon something intriguing.
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I recently attended my first major league baseball game of the 2010 season. The game took place at Tropicana Field between two of the league’s best teams: the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays.
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Rumor has it that Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is putting together a crack staff of experts this off-season to discuss how they can make baseball better. One of the topics of discussion, once again, is what to do
“Would I lie to you? Would I lie to you, honey? Now would I say something that wasn’t true?
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In light of my attending the Sox-Rays game at the Trop the other night, I thought I’d repost an oldie (Sep. 16, 2008), but definitely a goodie about a similar game I saw last year.
Brett Favre has retired yet again and this time he means it… we think. Then again “Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter” was supposed to be the final Jason movie.
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