Michelle and Johnny

Michelle Feeds Fever


(Boston Globe Photo / Barry Chin)

Michelle Mangan, wife of Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon, doubled as a reporter for New England Sports Network at the gala event inside Fenway Park for the Farrelly Brother's movie Fever Pitch.

Hair's Johnny


(Boston Globe Photo / Adam Hunger)

Johnny Damon fixes his hair in the reflection of the window following a helicopter ride from New York to be taken to Fenway Park in Boston for the movie premiere of Fever Pitch.

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