Running the Risk at RemDawg's

Running the Risk
at RemDawg's

Josh Earle, 16, of Roslindale snuck into the June 28 Red Sox-Mets game at Fenway Park --Pedro Martinez's return to the Fenway mound-- by going under the fence on Van Ness Street and into Fenway through RemDawgs on Yawkey Way. Behind him is Sean Driscoll, 16, of Hyde Park.

(Boston Globe Staff Photos / Stan Grossfeld)

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"Kids sneak in all the time. Night games are the easiest. You'd be surprised to see what people would do to see a Red Sox game." -- 7.13.06, Edward Polanco, who works at RemDawg's

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Hanley enjoying his return > Victorino slowly getting up to speed > Ramirez fitting right in > Manuel Margot in stars in Salem

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