Thursday, November 20, 2008

Ed Keohane Recipient Of 2008 Jernegan Award

Former BoSox Club President Ed Keohane has been selected as the 2008 Brad Jernegan Award Winner. Congratulations, Ed!

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Sign The Ted Stamp Petition!

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Help Put Ted On A Stamp!

Would you like to be part of Baseball History?

For some 5 years the BoSox Club has been working on the task of requesting the U.S. Post Office to issue commemorative stamps in honor of Ted Williams as a tribute to his memory. Having served in two wars and having achieved the admiration of many Americans, we feel that Ted should be honored as a great man for his work in the Marines, for the Jimmy Fund and his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

As you may know this has been done for such players as Ruth, Mantle, Clemente and a few others. The original postal regulations stated that they could not issue any stamps in Ted's honor until the 10th anniversary of his passing, July 5th 2012, and that date is our target.

The Bosox Club has the support of the Williams family and the Boston Red Sox. However, we need the support of as many citizens as possible from around the world in this endeavor. Please contact your friends, relatives, associates, politicians and anybody you think can help us out, especially those outside New England. Letters in support of this proposal need to be written now to;

Citizens Stamp Advisory Committee, c/o Stamp Development, United States Postal Service, 475 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Room 5670, Washington, DC 20260-3500

Please email the Club here if you've joined the effort!

Monday, July 28, 2008

July BoSox Club Luncheon

Jed Lowrie, Jim Corsi and Amateur Scouting Director Jason McLeod At Today's Luncehon

Friday, June 13, 2008

This Day In Red Sox History

JUNE 13, 1957: Ted Williams became the first American League player with two three-homer games in one year. Ted drove in five runs as Boston beat Cleveland, 9-3.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Happy 100th To Ex-Red Sox Player Billy Werber

Billy Werber, who will turn 100 years old on June 20th, is recognized as the oldest living major league ballplayer—as well as the oldest living World Series player. He's also the oldest living former Red Sox player. Happy Birthday, Bill Werber!

Friday, May 9, 2008

In Memoriam: Tim Dugal

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Second Wave Of Predictions Come Rolling In!

Sox will be 100-62. They will seek retribution for their brothers in Foxborough by eliminating the Major League representatives in New York by beating the Yankees in 5 in the ALCS and the Mets in 7 in the Series.

The Red Sox will win their division with 98 wins but will not win the World Series championship

They will win it all with 95 wins.

The Red Sox will finish in first place with 92 wins and win back-to-back world championships.

They will finish second in the East; will win 94 games and won’t repeat as champs, but it still will be a great season.

97 wins. 1st place American League East. Beat Detroit to win American League banner. World Series Champs again! (We pray.)

The Red Sox will win the AL East with 97 victories and go all the way to the World Series again in 2008.

I think the sox will win 96 games this year.

This season is TOTALLY dependent on TEK. If he goes down for any length of time, all bets are off. Assuming he's healthy: 95 wins and 1 game ahead of the Yankees. Then we face the METS in the World Series.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

First Batch Of 2008 Member Predictions Are In!

Will win Al East with 116 wins and repeat as WS Champs ....

I say the Red Sox will win 110 games this season and will repeat as world champions again this year. They will win all but 2 games from the Yankees and will dominate the season.

The Red Sox will win the Al East 95-67. They will repeat and be World Champs.

99 wins; First in AL East; Beat the Angels 4 game to 2 in ALCS; Beat the Cubs 4 games to 2 in World Series.

I predict Sox finish at 101-61 and will take the World Series again.

They will finish first in the East, win 95 games and repeat as Champions!

I think the Red Sox will finish 2nd in th A.L. East with 94 wins.

In 2008 the Red Sox will finish first in the AL East with 98 wins and will win the World Series.

Sox will win 94 games and will win their division. Unfortunately, they will lose to the Detroit Tigers in the playoffs.

95 - 67 they will win Am League East and go on to win the World Series.

Predicted finish: 99-63, 1st place

1st place in East - 97 wins - World Champs again

Red Sox will take the AL east and win the World Series. Curt Schilling will be healthy for the World Series.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Make Your Sox Predictions For '08 Here!

It's time to make your best guess as to where the 2007 World Series Champs will finish in 2008. Give us your best Karnak effort: their finish in the AL East; the number of wins they'll tally; and whether they will end the season as repeat 2008 Champions!

E-mail us your predictions (see e-mail link on right) and we will post them!