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2017 FenwayNation Calendar By Ernest Paicopolos
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Celebrate the Red Sox and Fenway Park every month with the 2017 FenwayNation Calendar. Exclusive photos of the park, the team and the ambiance of Boston baseball.
Cold Oatmeal: Boston's Lost Season By Ernest Paicopolos
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A look at the first half of the worst Red Sox season since 1965. The Editor-In-Chief of the popular Red Sox website, fenwaynation.com, shares his insights with his real-time observations prior to the... More > All-Star Break. 'Cold Oatmeal: Part II' will look at the second half of the the 2012 season.< Less
Ninety-Five Wins To Nowhere—A View From FenwayNation By Ernest Paicopolos
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The Editor-In-Chief of the popular Red Sox fan site, FenwayNation.com, looks at the disappointing 2009 Red Sox season. From the heady days of February to the dismal days of October, you will... More > experience the entire season as a true fan of Boston baseball.< Less
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The Ultimate Season : The Yankees, the Red Sox and the Drama of 1978 By Sal Maiorana
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It had already been one of the most remarkable years in baseball history, but the moment Bucky Dent's seemingly harmless fly ball cleared the Green Monster at Fenway Park on the afternoon of October... More > 2, the 1978 season became, what some people still consider today, the most dramatic in the sport's glorious lineage. In The Ultimate Season, Sal Maiorana takes you on an exciting day-by-day journey through the 1978 season, and he has created three fictional characters who tell the story in 21st-century blog style fashion. Zack Lassiter is a 43-year-old New York City-born sports writer; Maria Martinez is a 19-year-old native of the Bronx, a Yankees fan as well as a Yankee Stadium vendor; and Jimmy O'Reilly is a ruddy-faced, beer-bellied, 58-year-old bartender in the heart of South Boston. Through their eyes, readers will be transported back to '78, and thrust into the middle of the drama and excitement of a baseball season that captivated a nation at a time when baseball was still our national pastime.< Less
Eden Untouchable By Taylor Simpson
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Quite possibly, we pray for that one great, life-altering interaction; the one from the movies. Perhaps we hope others don’t regret the seconds we were there, that they don’t want them... More > back. Maybe someone will want more, or more inherently, maybe we hope that this time, second, this person and this moment, will result in more than a goodbye. Josh had everything: a loving family, a beautiful brownstone uptown New York, a collection of books in his closet. In just one year, he loses it all. Josh deals with the passing of his mother with several months of heart-hardening, post-death depression. The next chapter in his life begins under the cast shadow of a willow oak in the Boston Common. Before they say more than a hello, Josh knows his life will be changed forever. Set in the fast-paced city of Boston, Massachusetts, this peerless mix of eclectic comedy, harsh truths and clumsy romance is a coming of age story about life, living, dying and taking chances on love.< Less
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Boston Panoramas By David Eby
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View over 50 panoramic images of scenic Boston, including commentary and historical facts. Photographs include: Boston Public Gardens, Fenway Park, Downtown Boston, Fanual Hall, Quincy Market, The... More > Swan Boats, The State House, Boston Common and many more. david931@comcast.net< Less
The Streak By Neil Massey
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The summer of 1941 is still a peaceful time in the United States. World War Two has not yet reached America’s shores and the American public is immersed in the Golden Age of Baseball. Joe... More > DiMaggio and Ted Williams smash the record books – Williams slugs his way to a .406 batting average while DiMaggio hits safely in fifty-six consecutive games. Over Memorial Day, Williams and DiMaggio face each other in a double header in Fenway Park. DiMaggio quietly extends his hitting streak to sixteen games. Or does he? In 2005, one year after the Boston Red Sox wins its first World Series in 86 years, Theo Epstein, General Manager of the Red Sox, is handed a piece of Baseball’s past that could jeopardize DiMaggio’s record. Epstein must delve deep into his team's history to unravel the mystery. He secretly enlists the counsel of a leading baseball commentator, a politically-savvy journalist, and a Harvard University ethics professor to resolve this personal struggle that has divided his loyalties.< Less
A Kid Meets "the Kid": A Ted Williams Novel By Marcy McDonald
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It’s 1998, closing in on 1999. Austin Orr wants to be a pro baseball player more than anything in the world. Too bad he’s 56 lbs. and 4’6” as he starts 9th grade. Still, he... More > thinks he can pull it off if he’d just grow—he’s started—and get some help. Ted Williams wants nothing more than to hit one more time in Fenway. Too bad he’s half blind, can hardly walk, and is confined to a nursing home with his son controlling who he can visit or even talk to. Even so, he’s determined to stand at home plate one more time before he goes to that great ball park in the sky. When these two meet, they form an unlikely bond. That Austin’s dad and Ted’s son ban them from seeing each other makes them all the more determined to continue with their improvised batting lessons. With the aid of Austin’s best friend (a nerdy artist/musician), a beautiful Russian immigrant, a cub reporter, and Austin’s sisters, they risk everything to make their dreams come true as both their lives unravel in this coming-of-age novel.< Less