Red Sox Nation President: They Weren't Kidding

They Weren't Kidding

This photo provided by the Boston Red Sox shows Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer, center, who administered an oath of office to Red Sox Nation president Jerry Remy, second from left, and vice president Rob Crawford, left, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008, in Washington. Team owner John Henry, second from right, and CEO Larry Lucchino, right, also were present.

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Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer (center above) administered an oath of office Wednesday to Red Sox Nation president Jerry Remy (second from left) and vice president Rob Crawford (far left), who allegedly walloped Peter Gammons and other online heavyweights in the team's official online voting last year. Team owner John Henry (second from right) and CEO Larry Lucchino (far right) also were present for the ceremony.

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