El Guapo Shows His Pride

El Guapo Shows His Pride

Rich El Guapo Garces practices in  Holman Stadium where he is mounting a comeback as the closer for the Nashua Pride.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Stan Grossfeld)

Rich Garces Opens Up On His Time with the Sox, Weighs In On Food and Playing in Nashua, Reveals His Sadness During the '04 Series, and Talks About What It Takes to Make a Comeback in the Can-Am League

The Dirt Dogs El Guapo Chat Transcript

Hi Rich! I was wondering if you paid attention to the Red Sox during the World Series run. You played with a lot of those guys and were only a few years removed from Boston. Did you watch at all, and what were your thoughts?

El Guapo: "I was a little sad because I was there for seven years because I worked hard all those seven years I was there. I deserved something like that. I went through injuries, pulled muscles, hamstring, groin, tendinitis in my arm... I went out there and pitched a couple of times like that... I wanted to be there. I was watching from home and it was so sad because I was not there when it happened."

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