“…all the negativity that’s in this town sucks.” – former Boston Celtics coach Rick Pitino, 01 March 2000
It doesn’t take much effort to realize that the Boston sports media — or the “mediots,” as I prefer to call them — love to drag the names of Red Sox players and coaches through the mud, to the point where the stories have become clear examples of “yellow journalism,” i.e., using sensationalism rather than well-researched news and objective evidence to sell newspapers and attract television viewers, radio listeners, and web site visitors. Unfortunately, their collective efforts have given outsiders the perception that the fans, not counting misguided callers and anonymous web site commentators, think as they do.
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DIY Network’s Desperate Landscapes has teamed up with MLB Network and former Red Sox first baseman Sean Casey to find serious Red Sox fan with a seriously desperate front yard. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and his team want to help one lucky Red Sox fan take their front yard from worst to first with a Fenway Park-inspired front yard transformation.
Welcome to FenwayFanatics.com, home to Boston Red Sox fans everywhere! Since this site opened in 2004, we have continuously worked to improve not only the content but its look and feel. To coincide with Opening Day in baseball as well as the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park, we have rolled out our most recent site changes.
The site is now fully supported by WordPress, the largest self-hosting and arguably the best blogging tool in the world; we believe that this will allow for better content control and easier site updates. We have also made it easier for guests to leave comments using their Facebook accounts; we believe that this encourages more open dialogue versus the traditional blog comment section.
As always, we welcome your thoughts and comments and thank you for visiting FenwayFanatics.com… and go Sox!!!
Did you cry the day Johnny Damon went to the Yankees? Would you travel thousands of miles to see a Red Sox game? Would you go to Fenway Park no matter what the weather? Boston Casting is seeking DIE HARD Red Sox Fans for a television commercial. We want to know what makes you such a devoted fan!
Come to our Open Casting Call:
Date: Friday, June 18, 2010
Time: 5 pm – 8 pm
Location: Outside GAME ON
82 Lansdowne Street
Boston, MA 02215
Only DIE HARD FANS will be considered.
If chosen, you must be available Saturday, June 19 and Sunday, June 20 for the shoot.
We look forward to seeing you! Go Red Sox!