With yesterday's dramatic 2-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins, the Red Sox moved one game up in the AL East.
I had a pretty busy weekend umpiring lacrosse and doing Fathers' Day stuff so I didn't get a chance to update my blog until this morning. Hopefully you have had a chance to check out my initial guest post and request for guest bloggers. If you haven't, please check them out when you are finished reading.
It was the moment basketball fans had been waiting for that Saturday night in February of 1970. Fans packed the gym of Ipswich High School to watch Massachusetts’s top two players, Ruben Britt and Arnold “Arnie” Whitman, go head-to-head. Ruben of Ipswich High School and Arnie of Dover Sherborn High School, were some of Massachusetts’s most recruited guards. The sold-out game had been postponed previously due to inclement weather, so when that Saturday night finally came, it was the talk of Boston sports and the suburbs afar. The combo guards battled it out ultimately yielding Ipswich with the win. Britt went on to become a high school All-American and play at Southern University and Whitman went on to play at the University of Denver. But that was not the last time Ruben and Arnie would see one another.
Ever have that awesome story that you want to share? Okay, so maybe it's not much of a story but more of an opinion that may be too long for a tweet or facebook update. Well, you could put it on the comments section of some huge website and then the trolls will keep you busy for a few hours. Yeah, we've all been there, that's not much fun. Well, here's a better idea.
As have most Red Sox fans, I've wondered where their offense has been this year. How could you not after seeing them score a total of 3 runs in their most recent 3 game series against the Baltimore Orioles.
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