Remembering When the Sox Used to Beat Around the Busch in October

Remembering When the Sox Used to
Beat Around the Busch in October

Red Sox tribute brick at Busch Stadium

(BDD Photo / Bob from Erie)

And Wishing the Tigers Much Soxcess in St. Louis

"In early 2005, when the new stadium was being built, the Cardinals advertized a 'stadium brick paver' program where you could purchase a customized brick to be placed in the sidewalk around the stadium. I got together with a few friends and we purchased this Sox tribute brick. I recently learned they placed the brick right in front of Gate 1 - a main entrance at Busch." -- 10.24.06, Bob from Erie, Penn.

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