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The Past and Future of the Nation

Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Spring Training Workouts
On Wednesday we headed back to JetBlue Park for another day of workouts.  When we arrived at 9:00, we saw that some players had already taken the field.  Reclamation projects Aaron Cook and Ross Ohlendorf as well as Chris “The Other One” Carpenter, whom the Sox just received as compensation [...]

Working It Out

Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Spring Training Workouts
On Tuesday we got off to a late start, and arrived at the ballpark a little after 9:00, right around the time that the team should be taking the field.  But instead, the players were nowhere to be found – even the orange cones that normally line the agility field [...]

Spring Training Workouts

Monday, February 27, 2012
Spring Training Workouts
On Monday we were back in Ft. Myers early for more Spring Training workouts.  Again we watched them stretch out on the new “agility field” before they spread out to the six practice fields for their drills.  This time I mostly watched rounds of live batting [...]

Time to Report to the Fort

Sunday, February 26, 2012
Spring Training Workouts
The day after the 2012 Red Sox held their first full-squad workout, it was time for me to make my annual pilgrimage to Spring Training.  This is my tenth straight year of making the trip, and a lot has changed in that time.  My first year, 2003, was David Ortiz’s [...]

Truck Day 2012

Saturday, February 11, 2012 – Fenway Park
Truck Day
I know there are some unsentimental types who think that the hype over a moving van is too over-the-top or some kind of commercial gimmick.  It may be a silly tradition, but I happen to be a silly traditionalist, so Truck Day – when the Red Sox load [...]

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