Archive for 'Red Sox'
So I’m toying around with recording the audio version of “Just Add Water,” from Final Fenway Fiction. For editing, I have a lot of PDF apps on my iPad, many of which do audio notes. I also have GarageBand. I was hoping to use GB, but it turns out either I was doing it wrong [...]
Adam Pacther and Matthew Hanlon will be reading and signing copies of Fenway Fiction and Further Fenway Fiction Saturday, October 18th, 2008 at 1pm at Charlton Public Library. Bring your copies of either Fenway Fiction, maybe get a sneak peek of the third installment of the series, and watch us shake so many hands you’ll [...]
That is a major, major bummer. I like Jason Bay and all, but I’ll miss seeing the best hitter I’ve ever seen (yes, I saw Rich Gedman, too) in town. Manny traded to Dodgers, Bay headed to Boston [From Heyman: Manny traded to Dodgers, Bay headed to Boston - MLB - SI.com]
Adam (the editor of Fenway Fiction: Short Stories from the Red Sox Nation and Further Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox Nation) had a little chat with Chet Curtis on NECN on Monday night.
Now, not to engage in the ridiculous Beckett vs. Wakefield debate that the Fox broadcast crew insisted on talking about until I hit the mute button and grabbed the radio for WEEI’s take on the matter (and that bullsh*t article by Nick Cafardo in the Globe this morning… sorry, I can’t bear to link to [...]
Call of the Green Monster: Red Sox Offer Women the Opportunity to Give Birth at Fenway Park: “The only tricky thing about this is that women traditionally need to spend a couple of days in the hospital after giving birth, but we’ll be requiring them to leave the park within one hour of the child’s [...]
Since I’ve been thumbing through the author’s copy of “Further Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox Nation” (Pachter Adam), it seems baseball must have been on my mind. This week’s Sane is about the rookie hazing campaign that’s been going on over the last few starts for poor Daisuke Matsuzaka. Well, “poor” isn’t [...]
Via the Boston Herald: [Wily Mo] released this statement Sunday: “To my sisters, brothers and fans of the Red Sox [team stats] Nation. I want to take a moment to thank you and the entire Red Sox organization for your support during my time in Boston. Your constant passion for baseball and your beloved Red [...]
I don’t get it… the ’81 Celtics were good and all… but how… the… heck… did they win out over the 1970 Bruins? Kind of an interesting walk down memory lane looking at some of these teams listed… I’m feeling in the mood to watch a little City of Champions this evening.
Short hops – Boston Sports Blog: I think it’s safe to say Remy and Don Orsillo are well on their way to conquering YouTube. Check out the video at the very bottom of Eric’s post. It will be a very, very sad day when Remy no longer covers Red Sox games.