My one and only complaint was that I wish this could have been done on a warm July or August night. The weather seemed to dampen the crowd’s enthusiasm a bit during the ceremony.
However, let’s move on to the good stuff and here are some thoughts on the return of “The Idiots” – the team that ended the 86-year-old curse:The highlight of the night was the return of Curt Schilling. I was fighting back tears as we watched Curt and his son Gehrig walk out onto the field to join his ex-teammates. Schilling has been battling cancer and watching him out there gave us all a stark reminder to enjoy and appreciate what we have. Let’s hope Curt wins the biggest battle of his life.
Former Boston Red Sox player Curt Schilling is honored with son Gehrig prior to the game. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)Manny being a new Manny. Manny Ramirez gave us some bizarre twists and turns during his playing career in Boston "
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