The Bruins and Celtics are opening up their playoffs, with the B’s hoping to repeat as Cup champs. The Boston Marathon is upon us this weekend while the NFL Draft is also on the horizon.
And, oh by the way, the Red Sox return to the friendly confines of Fenway Park.
I am a huge fan of Opening Day(s). They are special — both home and away. It marks the return of MLB to our lives. I have also pushed for the Red Sox Fenway opener to be declared a holiday in New England. Let the kids out of school to watch. Ok, so maybe just an early dismissal for the young folks.
Read: Dan Roche’s Sports Blog
As for this opener? Very cool that Fenway is celebrating its 100th anniversary. I know that Dr. Charles Steinberg, Sarah McKenna and all the good folks over there will put on a great show. Can’t wait for that next week.
However, that doesn’t really matter right now does it?
The one thing that does at Fenway? Winning. Period. Overstatement of the year, I know. But, it’s time "
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