Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Aug 29, 2019.
For San Francisco
Great story. Kid probably grew up dreaming of one day putting one out at Fenway. Stories like this is what makes sports great.
And the fans with golf claps
Referring to the first at bat
Baseball is magical sometimes
Damn... Orioles player ran straight into the cf wall
The Giants were due for a win at Fenway.
Yeah especially when it's goes 5 hours
I was shocked when they said he wasn't there. I'll definitely tune it again tonight!
On the one hand Mike Yazstremski is the grandson of a Red Sox legend. On the other he plays for their opponent in this series. I don't know what you expected especially with his grandfather not present.
I think tonight will be different.
I'm so happy for him he gets to do that. I'm loving watching him play.
I'm not crying, you're crying.
A Kim Jong-un presser
I was there for Bonds 1st Homer at Fenway. I believe it was the last stadium he homered in. Off of Wakefield. Boos were LOUD, that’s when he was a much more hated figure due to people pretending to care about steroids
Only thing I know about SF-BOS
The Bonds hatred was such a weird thing in retrospect. If he played today, it'd be much different.
He was a cheater, he lied about it frequently, he had a generally dislikable attitude. But part of me thinks that he got more shit than he deserved and that we had an all-time elite pure power hitter, a second-generation athlete who even without the gas would've been a perennial all-star, and we didn't appreciate it at all when he played. Everyone rooted for him to fail.
No real difference between him and Ortiz and Piazza, yet he took the fall, being the poster child for that era.
Wasn’t he a jerk to the media? That would answer that
Was a jerk to everyone
I went to Yaz last game in 1983 still have the program and poster from that game
The world was so different then
I was at game early in the season and it was known Yastrzemski last season
I bought 2 tickets in right field not far from where Evans made that great catch in game 6 of the WS
Johnny Bench the same day was also last game in Cincinnati
Bench to me greatest catcher ever
Yaz 1967 season as good as I’ve ever seen
I was 8 that year and he introduced me to the sport
They’ve clearly given up but Devers has 30 homers now so that’s nice at least
Always felt Dombrowski was one of the top mlb men. Didn't really read the why but hard to understand why they fired him.
All the sox did was win the ws
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