Sox Helped Pats Win Super Bowl as Philly Planned Their Own Roving Rally Early
"New England’s first two titles came courtesy of Adam Vinatieri field goals in the final seconds—and this victory was only slightly less tense. Again, the Pats relied on their patented formula of individual opportunism, selflessness, innovative game-planning and emotion fueled by perceived disrespect. The last of those came after the Patriots received a copy of an e-mail sent from an Eagles official to a member of the Boston Red Sox organization seeking advice on a prospective victory parade, a missive that Belichick milked for maximum effect during his address to the Pats on Sunday morning at the team’s hotel in St. Augustine." -- Michael Silver, Sports Illustrated
The Early Worm Gives
Sox Fans the Bird
Prima Goner shows up early for the first time ever
"It was always a lie that I reported late. I was always on time."
Hey Schill, if the phone don't ring, it's the guy who stayed behind in Boston for Game 6 against the Yankees on the other end: "The Red Sox don't need to worry about me no more, I'm not worried about them. I moved on. I went out of their lives. My ex-teammates, I'll give them a call, I'll call Jason (Varitek), I'll call (Derek) Lowe, (Kevin) Millar, Bill Mueller." -- The Dominican Diva to NY Post
Pedro the Providence Party Boy Cleans Up His Act