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Father and son share a baseball memory

Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff  May 27, 2011 01:03 PM

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A Red Sox fan named Mark sent me this email. It seemed like something good to share:

I am a life-long, diehard Red Sox fan now living in Ohio. Got the chance to take my 6-year-old son to his first Boston vs Cleveland game. We watch almost every Sox game on our cable package and now in Little League he is batting lefty with Big Papiís batting stance.

Due to his passion for the game, we decided to spend the money and get good seats. Needless to say it was a great night with the win. At the conclusion of the game, Bobby Jenks spotted my son in the front row in full Red Sox gear as he was coming in from the bullpen. Bobby came over and handed my son a ball. If you could have seen the look in his eyes. It was the perfect memory of bringing your son to the ball park.

Now that's a cool story. Nice job by Bobby.

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