April 23, 2012 12:00 AM
" It will be a really long time before anyone forgets Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park, assuming, of course, that they stuck around long enough for Yankee thunder to get going.
You couldn't much blame anyone who gave up with the score 9-0 in favor of the Red Sox after five innings of play. It was the weekend, the weather was pleasant and there was plenty of stuff that seemed like a better way to spend time than watching the Red Sox get well by beating on the Yankees.
Those that stayed were well rewarded, however. Not just by the 15 Yankee runs, although watching the Yankees spin around the base paths thanks to the torrid bats of Nick Swisher and Mark Teixeira was certainly an enjoyable way to spend a couple of innings.
No, the reward was getting to watch the entire Red Sox nation convulse, spasm and scream in unison "
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