Does anyone know what happened to the live MLB Gameday? I work a lot of nights and for the last three years, Gameday is how I've been able to see games that are out of my TV market without paying for it, and now it seems to be gone.
Hey folks, got a question for you (and hoping this community isn't entirely dead). I'm in London, in the worst timing ever for leaving New England, and I'm desperately trying to find a way to watch the games (a way that doesn't involve giving MLB.com way too much money). Does anyone know of any kind of bootlegged site where you can watch in real-time? I managed to find a Spanish webcast a few games back, but it seems to have been shut down.
.. I think we should discuss how we beat the Indians yesterday 7-1 and how Manny Ramierez, -although he said "the world isn't going to be over if we don't win the world series" ...- got one of the winning home-runs.
The Curse is Reversed, Book and Lyrics by David Kruh
Music and Lyrics by Steven Bergman
Play opens May 11 and runs through May 26, 2007.
Why pay Boston theater ticket prices, fight city traffic, and pay for parking? Currently in its 71st Season, Hovey Players offers quality theatre, affordable ticket prices, and free parking! Hovey Players presents The Curse is Reversed, directed by Tom Berry, musical direction by Stephen Peters, choreography by Linda Sughrue.
America's favorite pastime takes the stage in this musical. Writers David Kruh and Steven Bergman take us on a nostalgic, 86-year journey from 1918 through 2004, exploring the reasons for the sale of Babe Ruth and its subsequent effects on the Boston Red Sox and their die-hard fans, leading to the ultimate reversal of fortune.
The Curse is Reversed features the acting talents of Kathleen Dalton, Gordon Ellis, John Gorgone, Steve Key, Andrew McKay, Ronny Pompeo, John Small, Mike Soulios, Aaron Velthouse and David Wood.
Performances: May 11, 12, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at 8:00 pm and May 20 at 2:00 pm. Hovey Players is located at the Abbott Memorial Theater, Joel’s Way, 9 Spring Street, in Waltham. Tickets are $15, Seniors/Students $13. For reservations, please call (781) 893-9171. http://hoveyplayers.com/shows/cursereversed.html
(mods - if this is not allowed please delete, but it's a really funny show and I thought you would like to know about it!)
Hey, I'm ahmee, and currently from RI. The Sox are my only team, and sadly, I only went to 1 game this past year :-( But, they won, the weather was beautiful, so no complaints ;)
Growing up in CT (mixed Yankee and Sox territory...), it was nice to move to Boston for several years and be surrounded by Sox fans.
Now, I'm living in RI, mostly surrounded by Sox fans, but alas, one of my coworkers is a staunch Yankees fan. We don't really let him talk baseball around the office. Even better, the rest of us were really excited and we made him suck it up and help put together some Sox merchandise in honor of Matsuzaka being signed.
(and if this isn't ok with the cmmty, let me know, and I will remove the post. What can I say, we're excited! He is HUGE in Japan and my husband saw him there as a rookie. Nothing but good things to say!)
Red Sox, J.D. Drew tentatively agree to 5-year, $70M deal
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – The Boston Red Sox and outfielder J.D. Drew have agreed in principle on a five-year, $70 million contract, Yahoo! Sports has learned. The deal is contingent on Drew passing a physical. All five years would be guaranteed.
The Red Sox plan to play the 31-year-old Drew either in right field, which was vacated by free agent Trot Nixon, or in center field for Coco Crisp.
Any Boston-area college student wanna help me out for a journalism assignment? i wanna talk about the outrageous contracts and deals in this season's hot stove. you can either leave comments with your name/class year/school/and maybe major? if you're uncomfortable with this leave me a comment and i can IM you or you IM me. whatever works. sometime before tomorrow? any questions, drop me a comment.