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John Coyne needed to ramp up his production after the truck arrived at City of Palms Park. John Coyne needed to ramp up his production after the truck arrived at City of Palms Park. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / February 16, 2007

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On a 53-foot Atlas Van Lines truck packed with 4,200 cubic feet of Red Sox stuff, including Theo Epstein's guitar, a big rig Al Hartz navigated through rain coming down sideways in South Carolina while his radio blared about a tornado watch in towns he had no idea were ahead of him or not, Joe Cochran ... (Full article: 1356 words)

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