Back from the woods
I’m back at Fenway after spending three awesome days in New Hampshire for a family vacation. There’s definitely something to be said for leaving the laptop at home and taking three days away from the internet.
I got in some whiffle ball, some swimming, some hot tubbing and just some general great relaxation. Also, high-low jack is a pretty good card game over a couple of chilly beverages, adult or otherwise. Anyone ever play that game?
I come back today feeling refreshed and ready for the long road trip.
And the Red Sox even stopped their habit of nightly rain delays to mark my return to the active lineup.
Pretty quiet night here at the park. David Ortiz took his “dry” swings but thinks he’s three weeks away from any type of real action.
According to ESPN, tonight’s matchup between Tim Wakefield and Randy Johnson is the oldest in Fenway history, though last September’s battle between Clemens and Schilling was close.