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Parade Day!

Wednesday, October 31, 2018
World Series Victory Parade
After their historic 108-win season was capped off with a World Series Championship, the Red Sox took to the streets of Boston for their victory parade.  As a season ticket holder, I was invited to the ceremony at Fenway to kick off the festivities.  I didn’t get an [...]

October 31, 2018 • Posted in: 2018 Games, Events • No Comments

Fenway Gridiron

Saturday, November 11, 2017 – Fenway Park, Loge box 137
UMass 44, Maine 31
On a sunny but cold Saturday afternoon, UMass squared off against Maine as part of the Fenway Gridiron Series.  I’ve lived in both states but didn’t attend either schoool; I was just there to get my Fenway fix a month after the last [...]

November 11, 2017 • Posted in: Events • No Comments

An Evening With David Ortiz

Thursday, June 8, 2017 – Lowell Memorial Auditorium, Lowell
Middlesex Community College Celebrity Forum
While the Red Sox were on the road, I won a raffle at work, getting two tickets to an event in Lowell.  The Celebrity Forum is held annually to support Middlesex Community College, and this year’s celebrity guest was David Ortiz, interviewed by [...]

June 8, 2017 • Posted in: Events • No Comments

A Mid-Season Signing

Saturday, May 20, 2017 – Franklin, MA
In May, David Ortiz’s new book, Papi: My Story, was due out, and he did a handful of book signings in the Boston area.  I saw that there was one on a Saturday, at BJ’s Wholesale Club in Franklin, and pretty much knew I had to go.  It had [...]

May 20, 2017 • Posted in: Events • No Comments

Thank You, Trot

Saturday, April 29, 2017
Fitton Field, Worcester
I always say that if I could personally thank every one of the 2004 Red Sox, I would.  Over the years, I have gotten to meet and thank several of the players, and I have a photo of me with the World Series trophy that I’ve been collecting autographs of [...]

April 29, 2017 • Posted in: Events • No Comments

Arias Wine

Thursday, March 23, 2017 – Sturbridge, MA
With a little over a week to go till Opening Day, I heard about an event in Sturbridge, Mass.  David Ortiz was launching a brand of wines, named Arias after his mother, and the Yankee Spirits store had a meet & greet event planned.  What made me jump at [...]

March 23, 2017 • Posted in: Events • 1 Comment

Frozen Fenway

Sunday, January 8, 2017 – Fenway Park
Boston University 5, University of Massachusetts 3
Boston College 3, Providence College 1
You know I can’t pass up an opportunity to go to Fenway, so when I saw that my alma mater Providence College was one of the schools playing in a Hockey East doubleheader, of course I was in.  [...]

January 8, 2017 • Posted in: 2017 Games, Events • 1 Comment

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner

Saturday, April 30, 2016 – Fenway Park
VIP Tour and Player Meet & Greet
As a season ticket holder, I get rewards points for scanning my tickets at games and entering code words throughout the season.  One thing we can use the points for is to enter raffles, and I won one for a player meet and [...]

April 30, 2016 • Posted in: Events • 1 Comment

Full Squad

Saturday, February 27, 2016 – JetBlue Park, Ft. Myers
Spring Training Workout and Open House
My third day in Ft. Myers brought me back to JetBlue Park for another full squad workout.  Big Papi was back in action after being given a day off to work in the batting cages,  and Rusney Castillo was on the field after being [...]

A League Of Our Own

Thursday, October 30, 2014 – Fenway Park
Halloween at Fenway
The day before Halloween, the Red Sox hosted an event that sounded fun.  There would be trick-or-treating around the warning track from 3-6 pm, and then after it got dark they would show Ghostbusters on the Jumbo-Tron.  It was free and costumes were encouraged.  I would have [...]

October 30, 2014 • Posted in: Events • No Comments
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