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Saturday, September 01, 2007

In An Interesting Sideline In Last Night's Whacked-Out Game

Being Seated In Box 90, next to the Taunton '07 High School State Softball Champions, who were really cool. Beats looking at those arsecap Bleacher Creatures, anytime:

Michelle & her Daughter, were Nice Company, as many a good conversation, ensued;

Lara was cool company as we waited for Amtrak Regional 174 to pull into Boston Rte 128, as there was a delay of a few minutes. We both exited at Back Bay, over by Copley Square, which reminds me of Union Square, on East 14th Street, on my merry was to "Professor Thom's", aka, THE Consumate Red Sox-Themed Pub, in NYC;

My Thanks to Amtrak's Tim Driscoll, for the Heads Up on Back Bay & the Green Line T Connection, there, as Copley was 2 Blocks Away;

Copley's ONLY 2 T Stops from Kenmore, which made it nice to get to my favorite place in New England, or the Northeast, for that matter;

I had my 1st-Ever Beer in the Ball Park, so I drank a Guinness Stout. I can't do THAT, in Shea Stadium;

"Sweet Caroline", The Wave & 7th Inning stretch were fun points;

Big Story in "The Hub" was that 2 Hub Firefighters named Cahill & Wayne, were killed in a Major Fire(Kyrie Elaison). A moment of Silence was held. All Flags in Boston were flown at half mast;

Dave Cummings, a star of "Still We Believe" recovering from a broken neck, threw out a Ceremonial 1st Pitch-Ovation was Huge. He threw better than Julian Tarvarez;

Dr Otis Dixon, Age 104, from Harvard Law School, also threw out a 1st Pitch. He threw Better than Mike Timlin & Eric Gagne';

Michelle was not @ all pleased with the Eric Gagne' for Kason Gabbard-David Murphy Deal. A lot of Red Sox Faithful were p'od over THAT Deal. A lot felt that a LOT of Momentum & Pitching was disrupted, by that move;

The Red Sox Fans are The Best Anywhere, especially in the Lower Stands & Bleachers. They tend to stick with the WHOLE Game, even through a Driving Drizzle. It's those Fat Cats in the EMC Club & State Street Pavilion, who remind me of those "Fans" in The Bronx, who ran before the 7th Inning;

The Anti-Yankees Shirts keep getting Wilder & Wilder. One read "Posada's A Litlle B----", "A-Rod S---- Jeter", & "A-Rod, Mr April, MISS October." I bought the Original "Yankees Suck" Shirt, on Brookline Avenue, n'r Kenmore Station;

A Word to the MBTA-@ least run until 2:30AM, when the Bars Close, ESPECIALLY after Sox Games. I had to wait until 2:00AM for a Bus Back to NYC;

The Adventures Of Mike-RSN-NYC-Queens, saying in the Immortal Words of Fitzy of Townie News, it's "Root, Root, Root For The Red Sox; If They Don't Win, then "Go F--- Yourself".

6 Comments:

Blogger Tara said...

hey its tara, here is the website i was talking about where i made the extra summer cash.......... the website is here

3:45 PM  
Blogger laura said...

Too bad you weren't at tonight's game for the no hitter!! That was pretty awesome.

10:14 PM  
Blogger KAYLEE said...

NICE GAME FOR CLAY!!!!!!!!!

10:24 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

Laura?
It's Soooooo Hard to land tix @ Fenway. To me, I was just glad to be there.

8:53 AM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

& to Kaylee:


Last Night's Game was Really-Special @ Fenway;

In fact, so is any game I get to, there.

8:55 AM  
Blogger Peter N said...

WOW!! What a great time watching Clay and his magic last night!!

9:05 AM  

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