Boston Red Sox major league players, team & Fenway Park statistics and history are my strengths.
I've been attending Red Sox games yearly at Fenway Park since 1969. I thrive on Bosox trivia. I have been a huge Red Sox fan since I was 12 years old. My knowledge of Carl Yastrzemski is exceptional. He was my boyhood hero and I still miss his (hard-nose, give 100% every game) playing style to this day. I 'live & die' with the Red Sox every season, game and even every inning. As much as I love the Red Sox, I despise the Yankees!
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University of Massachusetts - 1982 Bachelor of Science Degree. Majors: Business Management and Computer Science.
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In 1976, metric distances were added to the conventionally stated distances because it was thought that the United States would adopt the metric system. Today, few American ballparks have metric distances
I would guess that Bill Dillon was a Red Sox fan who had it made for himself because Intergold makes replicas of all the major sports championship rings. Jostens Jewelers of Boston made the original rings
Hi, No one on the Red Sox has a name even close, but on the St. Louis Cardinals roster there was a player by the name of Róger Cedeño. Here's a 2004 World Series link with all information you could
I researched Walt Dropo's injured wrist in all the baseball almanacs and I'm sorry but the source of his injury was never mentioned. There's way too many Red Sox players that wore #3 to name. Sorry.
The reason is that numbers weren't used on uniforms until the 1920's, well after he was sold to the Yankees. That's also why Cy Young has not been so honored.