Tagged: Tedy Bruschi

Merry Christmas Red Sox Fans

Adrian Gonzalez

Thank you Theo!

In concept, and perhaps in reality, there probably hasn’t been a better match for a team in recent times than Adrian Gonzalez and the Red Sox.

He kind of reminds me of Johnny Damon.  I hope he is a nicer person.

Tedy Bruschi, who helped the Patriots win three Super Bowls during his 13-year career and courageously returned to the field after suffering a mild stroke, was honored at halftime.ats The Pats killed the Jets last night.  Better than that, the game was dedicated to Tedy Burschi. If there were more Patriot Players like Tedy I might like football, but for the time being unless they make the Superbowl I’ll have to wait until Spring to watch sports on TV.



Day of Surprises

I really am not much of a football fan, but I do follow our Patriots in the newspaper and always watch playoff games and the Superbowl. And of course I have a favorite player ‘Tedy Bruschi”!

He was the first Patriot my Granddaughter would see on the screen and yell his name. Also her first tee shirt.

I was really sorry to hear he was retiring this morning, but happy too. I worried after his stroke something would happen on the field.  Wishing you every happiness Tedy!

Yesterdays game was a bit of a surprise.  I know they always have a good chance of winning, but with Paul Byrd on the mound, well I wasn’t bothered that I had to go to a birthday party and miss the game. My bad, I missed a good game.

I was so happy for Rocco!  Wish he was well enough to play more often, but I love when he does play and plays well!Rocco Baldelli was congratulated in the Red Sox dugout after his solo home run in the second inning.(photos from boston.com)