8 p.m.: The Red Sox are pulling out all the stops tonight. The Dropkick Murphys were here to perform the national anthem, and now they’re putting on a live performance of “Shipping Up To Boston.” It’s a bit unorthodox for a baseball game, but hey, the crowd’s into it.
7:58 p.m.: We’ve seen Nomar Garciaparra, and we’ve seen Dave Roberts, and now the Red Sox have Bill Mueller at Fenway to throw out the first pitch of the game. Mueller, the 2003 AL batting champion, threw to David Ortiz. The real first pitch is now just minutes away.
7:41 p.m.: We’re closing in on game time, the seats are filling up and the park is buzzing. It’s definitely been cool watching it all build up over the past few hours.
There’s a chill to the air but I don’t think it could really be considered cold. It’s 59 degrees out right now, and it should drop a few degrees as the night goes on "
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