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Posted 10/31/2014 11:32:53 EDT
It's archivist humor, Chubby. Lighten up.
Posted 10/28/2014 11:44:21 EDT
Nothing Mr. S. says has anything to do with watching baseball. If I'm hungry I can bring my own garlic fries or kale (bleech), if I want to ride down a slide I can do that at a playground, if I want a more »
Posted 10/28/2014 11:35:11 EDT
Stay in Poland. more »
Posted 10/28/2014 11:05:23 EDT
The article states: 'Why the sudden attraction to Fenway? The migration of residents from the suburbs back to urban areas is creating more building projects, more residential units, and more grocery s more »
Posted 09/24/2014 09:52:19 EDT
Were any of you there? Buchholz did not 'fall apart.' Cespedes makes the catch and we're out of there with a win an hour before the necessity of a bottom of the 9th. He was in position and should have more »
Posted 04/05/2014 10:54:22 EDT
There were no announcements at the ballpark during the ceremony; just music and images on the video board. The announcers announced the lineups, etc. but there was no narration necessary during the c more »
Posted 03/29/2014 09:30:53 EDT
At Fenway, you cannot simply pull out seats, put in the larger ones you would like and turn them. The seating bowl is stepped. So, ahead and build a new stadium, and lose everything else about Fenway more »
Posted 03/26/2014 09:04:02 EDT
Assembly Square is the newest neighborhood in Somerville, with housing, retail and recreational opportunities along the Mystic now being fully developed after years of planning. You are assuming thr more »
Posted 03/12/2014 06:10:56 EDT
As stated above, absolutely unnecessary at Fenway (or anywhere) for anyone paying attention; easily discernible by anyone who can read the count posted on the various boards at the ballpark. Just lik more »
Posted 02/04/2014 11:30:12 EST
Thanks for your reply. I hope that others are still reading and will see your contact information.
Meanwhile, bear in mind that the equipment truck leaves for Florida right after this next storm!
Posted 02/03/2014 09:12:19 EST
Thank you for your follow-up and the link to the KRBP site. It appears from what you say that the team's attorneys, not MLB, are opposed to the continuation of the plates which had been originally en more »
Posted 02/02/2014 03:32:59 EST
The dispute / agreement between MLB, the Sox and Kids Replica Ballpark aside, isn't the issue more where to put the facility and success of its overall funding rather than permission for funding the more »
Posted 11/01/2013 02:12:58 EDT
Because there was a baseball reference in the article, I'll use one too... Just as fans at Fenway don't need rally towels or JumboTron prompts to be told when to cheer, Boston doesn't need 'Eataly,' e more »
Posted 10/28/2013 11:33:55 EDT
To the letter writer...Mr. Edgers is not 'elitist' to think that it is time to retire the song 'Sweet Caroline.' Nothing wrong with sing-a-longs, however, songs that suggest that things are 'so good! more »
Posted 10/25/2013 04:52:04 EDT
Yes, the Taylor family owned the team and ballpark then.
Posted 08/10/2013 11:17:14 EDT
To Tony, above...
"Henry remolded Fenway because from a business point of view it made more sense.."
And, there is something wrong with that?
Posted 08/10/2013 11:14:50 EDT
You are confusing projects...it is the Meredith project at Beacon St., over the expanded T commuter train at Yawkey Station that includes parking.
Posted 04/06/2013 09:24:43 EDT
Tony, I go to about 30 games a year... I sit all over.... I'm in the bleachers, I'm in the grandstand, and I particularly like standing at the back of the grandstand, or walking around taking in the v more »
Posted 03/31/2013 06:20:19 EDT
From the article: '...Bad ball and hurt feelings...' And the fact that you don't fit in the seats? These are reasons to knock down the ballpark? I'm sorry but I must disagree with the comments abo more »
Posted 03/01/2013 09:21:54 EST
Like the stock market, a team's fortunes go up and down. Newsflash.... they don't win every year. Further, we didn't win for 86 years, and found ways to lose Game-7s in the most spectacularly painfu more »
Posted 02/18/2013 11:53:16 EST
Oh, if only the inverse were true.... What if, like Mr. Ellsbury, Mr. S., you were to say you love working in Boston, you love the guys you work with, you love your fans (possibly wishful thinking tha more »
Posted 02/15/2013 11:59:30 EST
You're talking about Shaughnessy, right?
Posted 12/19/2012 06:33:19 EST
In the first paragraph you say you're not 'piling on,' Mr. Shaughnessy. And that's as far as I have to read (which is farther than I usually do when I see your byline). No, you're not piling on. Yo more »
Posted 06/02/2012 09:26:44 EDT
Always great to hear about a building being saved. Now, how about the Dainty Dot building (Kingston / Essex Streets) whose design reflects the work of HHRichardson? Too late? more »
Posted 03/31/2012 11:02:02 EDT
Oh, dear. Danny boy must be off his meds. 'I love old things....' 'But I learned my lesson when we went from the Old Garden to the New Garden in 1995. We lost our sports soul in the name of air condit more »
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