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Ballad of the Beantowne Bosox

Bates, Daniel

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ISBN 10: 0595394566 / ISBN 13: 9780595394562
Published by iUniverse, Inc. 2006-05-15, 2006
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Title: Ballad of the Beantowne Bosox

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. 2006-05-15

Publication Date: 2006


Book Condition:New

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The Ballad of the Beantowne Bosox, 2004!Listen my children and you shall hearOf a Team and a Towne and a Heck of a Year! 'Twas the 16th of April, Two Thousand FourWhen the Bosox of Beantowne kicked off some Lore. Thus begins the most Magical Story in the History of Sport. On these pages, Championship Teamwork and Athleticism meet the nimble wit of a True Poetic Artisan. Greatness Achieved in Mythological Measure in Game Four, when Roberts steals second! ThenThose Puckish gods of Baseball FateLounging in fields of clover, Were inventing the Curse of the Berra: "It ain't over till it's over!"Great Pitching! Stuff Shakespeare would have written if he'd had a T.V.: As the games thus evened at three apiece, As to a seventh the Sox fought toward, They proved their Pen was MightierThan the Yanks, who through three had soared! Relive this Odyssey of Homers! Revel again, through 295 verses of playful wordsmithery by a true Baseball Virtuoso, the play-by-play that brought Victory's Sweet Cup of Immortality to Boston! With Manny on, Ortiz makes Brown's first pitchDo a noise like "Kablooie!"And sing as it clears the right-field wall,"Meet me in St. Louie!"Destined to be a true classic, the clever wordplay on these pages is literature, history, sports entertainment and humor, all rolled into the Shared Memories of Greatness Achieved in Boston's Championship Year!

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Dan Bates is a Red Sox Fan with a Muse and a Thesaurus, who?s written a number of sports ballads. Inspired by the rampant euphoria all over Red Sox Nation at the instant of its team?s 2004 World Series victory, the author immediately put pen to paper.Dan Bates is an employment lawyer living in Gardiner, Maine, with his wife and sons.

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