To Die For?
The world's first officially licensed Red Sox Casket for sale at the Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home.
(John Tlumacki / Boston Globe Staff)

Now the Seriously Over-the-Top Die-Hard Members of Red Sox Nation Can Really Take Their Passion to the Grave

Globe: The Red Sox Caskets Are Ready | Discuss

Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home co-owner Bob Biggins: "It's been a labor of love for that company and it finally came through. Funerals now have really become about celebrating life... It's not beyond the realm of possibility that you could one day see a Patriots or Bruins logo on a casket."

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