Sights for Sore Eyes
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And Some Cheers for Our Ears
(Oct. 20, 2004: Getty Images Photo)
Now More Than Ever, the Red Sox Could Use A Couple of Likable Guys That We Loved to Love Welcome Home Derek Lowe and Johnny Damon
(Oct. 20, 2004: Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)
Give It Up Tonight for 2 Special Members of 'The 25'
(Oct. 6, 2003: Boston Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin)
Thanks for the Memories Johnny and D-Lowe
(Feb. 22, 2005: Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)
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No, Really, The Pleasure Was All Ours
"Coming in here, you kind of get these old vibes that are fresh in your mind. We had a lot of good memories here, and I have a lot of fond memories of the players. It's a great place to play, too."
-- 6.19.09, Derek Lowe makes a Brave return
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