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    How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    Any reminders of 1975?

    They should have had an Ed Armbrister fan appreciation night this weekend.

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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    It would be more fun to sweep them!!! As for memories, I was born in 78, so no memories for me.
    because at the end of the day, they still are the Chicago Cubs, and they will figure out a way to screw this whole thing up--Marty B.

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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    it'll be fun to see them walk out of town with their tail between their legs.

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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    My Dad bought our first color TV before the '75 playoffs.
    Who's on first?

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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChatterRed View Post
    My Dad bought our first color TV before the '75 playoffs.
    Money well spent.

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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    They should show replays of Fisk's homer... and then show highlights of game 7 to remind all the sox fans that they lost the series.

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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    I heard they were showing different highlights from the '75 World Series on the jumbotron during the game last night. I hope they were because that would be really cool! I'll have to ask my friend who went to the game if they really did do that last night.
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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    I read they displayed the '75 championship trophy in addition to highlights as well. It's good to see Casey back in Cinci too. I'm sure he got a warm reception.
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    Re: How fun is that to have Boston in town?

    Quote Originally Posted by HeatherC1212 View Post
    I heard they were showing different highlights from the '75 World Series on the jumbotron during the game last night. I hope they were because that would be really cool! I'll have to ask my friend who went to the game if they really did do that last night.
    yeah, they played the 9th inning from 75 right before the fireworks started, it was really enjoyable, because i think there were more bosox fans there than reds fans.


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