Hitting the Road



Just a few other pictures from truck day yesterday.  I am still trying to figure out why they were loading a “PEA” sign. Hope someone from the Red Sox writes to solve that mystery for me- I can’t sleep. The other pictures are of my friends Nagal & Vernell and the trailer they road on with Red Sox Ambassadors and Wally. I forgot to list Nagal & Vernell yesterday in the clubhouse shot- even Richard Weir mentioned them in his article in the Herald today (he is a dog guy so I like him right away).  The trailer lead the truck out of town while flooding the streets with foam baseballs & ballgame music favorites like: Tessie, Sweet Caroline & Muddy Water.  The people in cars and on sidewalks didn’t know quite what to make of this rogue procession, but it produced great smiles and waves as people rolled down their windows and pulled out their phones to take pictures.  I don’t have a shot of the student they passed who mooned from inside a cafe- I guess I we have to keep things at least PG and mostly PC…but that was a special moment.

thanks for trailing me:

Fenway the Dog



It sounds like quite an eventful day for the Sox. Even though expectations are lower this year, excitement, I suspect, will be just as high as always. I love Moving Truck Day; surely, it is as much a sign of spring as Puxatony Phil’s searching for his shadow. Unlike Phil, which is a fifty-fifty proposition, the Moving Truck’s motions lead to a specific day: pitchers and catchers report next Sunday–yes!

Hey Michael, thanks for writing. I hear you are unmatched in your deep depth on Red Sox baseball. Being a young pup, I hope I will be able to fetch some important facts, trivia and analysis from you (you can give me the simple stuff even though I know you are fluent in Latin and Bill James speak).

Well, Fenway, I don’t claim to know more than any other fan, but I do claim to be more loyal and more passionate! I’ll send along the good stuff, but it seems as if you as ready and as excited for the season as I am. So nice to make your acquaintance and follow your paw prints, which will lead us through a wonderful season!

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