Roche: Jerry Remy Deserves Chance To Return To NESN Broadcast Booth

January 28, 2014 4:17 PM
Roche: Jerry Remy Deserves Chance To Return To NESN Broadcast Booth
" BOSTON (CBS) — As the days dwindle down for when Sox pitchers and catchers report to The Fort, here are a few thoughts on Jerry Remy returning to the NESN broadcast booth for Red Sox games.

I am deeply saddened as a dad when I watch the Jerry Remy story. I love the fact that Jerry is returning to NESN. I’ve always enjoyed watching him and I feel like his baseball insight is as good as it gets in the booth. Yes, it gets a bit too silly at times, but so what? I still enjoy the heck out of watching and listening to Don Orsillo and Rem. Always have.

What makes me sad is just that this story has come about due to the pending murder charge and trial of his son, Jared. It is the fear of every mom and dad out there — your children doing something horribly wrong, no matter how hard you try to raise them the right way. There is no love greater than the love a parent has for a child. And, what’s happened here is horrific "

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