I've been going to Red Sox games at Fenway Park since I was a little kid. I've never come close to catching a foul ball. This weekend, one Red Sox fan from Walpole caught TWO home run balls in the same game! Remarkable
Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" , a staple at Fenway Park, was downloaded 19,000 times over the past week and Neil told Rolling Stone magazine that he will donate all the royalties from the sales to the One Fund Boston charity.
What better way to cap off a tremendous tribute to the Boston Marathon victims and survivors than to have Neil Diamond sing "Sweet Caroline" during the 8th inning of today's Red Sox game? It added nicely to the Red Sox 7th straight win
For my first Hip Trip, I rode the wave of excitement (otherwise known as the Green Line) to Fenway Park. In theory, Opening Day is the best game of the year: The Sox are rebooting. Fenway is pristine. The Yankees are in last place.
The Boston Dirt Dogs are reporting that Neal Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" will no longer be played at Fenway Park this season.
Instead, they say, the Red Sox will play this song from Haverhill native Brian Evans.
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