“The RemDawg” has spent the last 25 years calling Red Sox games and in that time, he’s become one of Boston’s most beloved figures. His sharp commentary and dry wit has won him legions of fans. He’s profited greatly as well, helping companies sell cars, banks, you name it. He even opened his very own restaurant, “Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar & Grill” behind Fenway Park. It’s been so successful he’s opened two more since.
However, the 60-year-old has undergone a series of difficult challenges over the past several years. A long-time smoker, Remy missed a significant portion of the 2009 season recovering from lung cancer and a subsequent bout with depression. He had a relapse in 2012 and was treated with radiation "
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