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Welcome Home, Stephen Drew

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The Red Sox plan is working to perfection. Suck for two months, re sign your old shortstop who hasn’t played since last October, then win the world series. It’s all happening.

– The Average Nobodies

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Twitter News Weekly – Red Sox, Wrestlemania, Things to Google

-The Average Nobodies

If this Doesn’t Beat Ellen’s Selfie then I Don’t Know What to Believe Anymore

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The boys are BACK.

-Matt

Jonny Gomes Reminding Us Why We Love The Boston Red Sox

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Best tattoo I have ever seen.

-Matt

Happy Birthday to the Unofficial Mayor of Boston

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Happy birthday, Big Papi. Hope you and your three rings have a wonderful day!

-The Average Nobodies

Someone Ask Me If I “Have a Case of The Mondays”, I Double Dog Dare You

Stupidest saying on the face of the earth, besides, of course: Yolo, Team_____ (i.e. Team iPhone), Sorry Not Sorry, _____Flow (i.e. Gym Flow), and “started from the bottom, now we here”.

-MattyV

Matt’s Music Monday – Dirty Water

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Still on a high from last Wednesday! Have a great week, America. The Sox are #1!

-MattyV

PS- THE CHAMP IS HERE! 

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Stephen Drew Needed Glasses The Entire Season, Gets Them Game 6 Of The World Series

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Heading into Game 6 of the World Series, Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew was mired in a 4-for-50 postseason slump at the plate.

Drew had struck out 19 times.

While Drew probably heard the cries from fans critical as to why he was still in the lineup, he was actually unable to see them.

Apparently, Stephen Drew needs glasses.

According to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com, Drew paid a visit to the eye doctor before Wednesday night’s Game 6 World Series clincher. Drew was fitted for contact lenses and coincidentally began making contact. Drew went 2 for 4 and hit a key home run that stretched Boston’s lead to 4-0.

Of course Boston won the game and the Series and Stephen Drew saw it all. Clearly.
-RedSoxLife.com

Classic story. Star infielder can’t see, goes the whole season without glasses, and goes 4-50 in the post season with 19 strikeouts. Then, he gets contact lenses before game 6 of The World Series, smokes a home run, and goes 2-4.

Where have I seen a story like this before? Oh yeah….

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Wild Thing was a slouch before those world famous spectacles.

-MattyV

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