The Last Red Sox Home Game of the season!

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The last Red Sox home game of the season.

relocation specialist Endre Barath,Jr. Realtor in Los Angeles

 

As most of my readers know I am a diehard Red Sox fan. I have returned to the Ring ceremony in 2004 to Boston, MA. I still proudly wear my Division Champs Baseball Cap. Ironically this year, the Red Sox are at a 50+ year low. As of this blog post they have lost 91 games. Never the less I have gone to the last home game!

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Fighting the weather, (according to local weather men anticipated rain all afternoon and evening) we went to the game. Much to my surprise, there was a huge awards ceremony before the game. The Fans voted to a Three Team all Red Sox team in the Past 100 years. I was thrilled to see some of Red Sox great showing up. Agree or disagree, overall it was a good selection!

Fenway Park, Boston Mass Endre Barath

 

Then Tangle wood Choir Sang the National Anthem and then the game began…..

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The Game was lackluster at best, nothing else to expect from a mediocre manager and a disinterested team. My goal was to enjoy my time at Fenway Park. I kept teasing my friends, that my true goal was to yell at the manager for his lackluster performance throughput the season and being an overpaid spectator instead of a being a manager and get ejected from the game.

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I managed to keep my composure and did not yell at the one of the worst managers of Red Sox nation in the past fifty years.  After the game we were walking back to the Hotel and I decided to walk by the area where all the Owners and Players leave from. Much to my excitement I saw John Henry the primary owner of the team drive away in his Mercedes. He had his windows rolled down and I had the pleasure of yelling to him to fire the Manger. So it was a success, watched a losing game and had the opportunity to tell the owner what he should do. So Stay tuned and see if he listened to my adviceJ

 

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Rainmaker
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Michael Jacobs
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Hi Endre -- a true apple pie experience -- a baseball game and a chance to voice your opinion to the team owner.  Life is good, right?   It seems you are enjoying your time in Boston.   

Oct 02, 2012 05:30 PM #1
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Roger D. Mucci
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Lets shake things up at your home today!

This guy here feels the same way about the Cleveland Indians, so I can relate Endre.  I'm a die hard fan no matter where they wind up in the division at the end of the season.

Oct 02, 2012 08:12 PM #2
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Joni Bailey
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Good for you, Endre! Remaining loyal during the tough times says a lot about you! You rock!!

Oct 02, 2012 10:03 PM #3
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Lenn Harley
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"He had his windows rolled down and I had the pleasure of yelling to him to fire the Manger. So it was a success, watched a losing game and had the opportunity to tell the owner what he should do."

I love this.  Sometimes, it just does the heart good to say it.

You're the kind of fan the Washington Nationals appreciate and kept working hard to please year after year and then, On June 25, 2011, along came Davey Johnson.

The rest is history.  Davey is a WINNER.  97 wins and 64 losses.  Oh sure, Cincinatti has the same W/L record, BUT the Nats scored more runs.


 

     
Oct 02, 2012 10:24 PM #4
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Eileen Hsu
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Fenway Park has to be one of the coolest baseball parks, looks like a great time!

Oct 02, 2012 10:56 PM #5
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Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi, MA, PSA, TRC - Greater Clearwater Florida Residential Real Estate Professional
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I know Fenway is famous........I could never get into that game.

By the way, the sand mandala isn't supposed to stick! No glue. The intricate pattern in made (usually a week to do it) and then swept away and disposed of in the wind or thrown into a body of water.......it is a lesson in impermanence.........all things are impermanent and this is a reminder of the cycle of life.

Oct 02, 2012 11:23 PM #6
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Endre Barath, Jr.
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Michael, life is good:) we try to live it to the fullest!

Roger, it is a great American Sport and many people do not realize how much strategy and tactics are being used if you have a smart manager:)

Joni, it is like a relationship:)))

Oct 03, 2012 03:30 AM #7
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Joshua Zargari
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Good afternoon Endre.

It is fun watching the ball game.

A great experience indeed.

 

Oct 03, 2012 05:32 AM #8
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Jennifer Chiongbian
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I hope you had a great time!  Win, lose or draw...when you're a fan, you will always be a fan and have a ton of fun.

Oct 03, 2012 09:13 AM #9
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Lenn, it was good for the heart & the soul:) Davey Johnson, he has a fantastic record and a Ring to go with that record!

Eileen it is always a good time at Fenway:))

Barbara Jo it takes years to understand the game and once it clicks It is Fun!  Thanks for the clarification of the Sand Mandala it makes me think of a Buddhist Philosophy!

Oct 03, 2012 09:37 AM #10
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Joy Daniels
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What a great day in the life of your vacation...are you not from CA originally? Makes me smile that you are a Boston fan.
Oct 03, 2012 12:48 PM #11
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Endre Barath, Jr.
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Joshua yes it is fun to watch a ball game especially when you sit so close to the action:)

Jennifer it was fantastic to see the game!

Joy I used to sell Real Estate in Boston,MA my office was in Beacon Hill and I lived in the South End:)

Oct 03, 2012 01:18 PM #12
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Sorry Endre but being a fan of the worst team ever and losing year after year we say "wait till next year" we actually start at the first game.

Oct 03, 2012 02:22 PM #13
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Endre Barath, Jr.
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Charles very funny 2004 I went to Boston for Ring Ceremony, sadly I was not able to go back in 2007's Ring Ceremony...we were due for a loss of catastrophic proportions:)) I hope John Henry is listening what I said to him as he was driving away "Time To Cut Your Losses and Time for a New Manager":)))

Oct 03, 2012 02:28 PM #14
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