Fans Greet Pete

Fans Greet Pete ...

During the Red Sox interleague game vs the New York Mets at Fenway Park, former Boston pitching ace Pedro Martinez, now a member of the Mets, came out of the visitor's dugout after the Sox played a video tribute to him on the center field scoreboard, and the crowd went wild.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

'They Like Me... They Really Like Me'

Yeah, Either That Or the Red Sox Just Dusted Off the VCR
To Play the 2004 World Series Video to Stoke the Crowd.
The Lovefest at Fenway Was a Pleasure ...
But Tomorrow Night, It's All Business.

Why Can't I Get Ovations Like That? Sincerely, Keith Foulke

The Red Sox Must Still Be Working on the Johnny Damon Highlight Video
And Will No Doubt Show It on the Jumbotron During the Yankees Next Visit

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