Bryan Mitchell’s injury Monday conjured up images of what happened August 18, 1967 to a player whose cards instantly recall what might have been.
He was a great baseball player. A terrific pilot who served his country more than once. A great fisherman, too.
Ted Williams was also a bit of a scoundrel.
Letters penned by the Hall of Famer in the early 50s are out in the open and going up for bid, including one that references a letter intercepted by the Mrs.
Like nearly every kid who grew up or spent summers in New England, Jeff Boujoukos developed a strong tie to the team that kept breaking his heart. The Red Sox of the 1970s were often good. Sometimes great. But never champions. While the club chased one elusive goal, Boujoukos eventually began chasing something too. He […]