Author: Olivia Winchenbach

How To Pull Off The Most Amazing Marriage Proposal At Fenway Park

You’ve been a die-hard fan of the Red Sox for as long as you can remember – it runs in the family. When you met your better half, you knew that she had to be a Red Sox fan too. Luckily, she was – and she’s gone to every game with you when they’ve played their home games at Fenway Park ever since. What better way to propose to her, then, than at Boston’s best-known baseball park? You’ve got the most beautiful diamond ring picked out – now all you need to do is plan the proposal. Let’s take a look at how to pull off the most amazing marriage proposal at Fenway Park. 1.     Getting Started There are a few things you need to know about proposing at Fenway Park. The first is that the team at Fenway only ever let one proposal take place per game, and they let this happen at the same time every game – at the end of the 5th inning. For all games and dates, it’s a first come first serve system, so if you had one specific date in mind, it’s important to plan ahead. 2.     Scoreboard Proposal There are two different ways that you can propose to your better half at Fenway. The first way is the most common, and it uses the scoreboard. The proposal will appear on the...

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7 Ballet Barre Exercises

No heavy stuff, CrossFits, Intervals or running – just a home ballet bar, a straight back, and extended feet. I have 7 ballet exercises that will make you slimmer and more graceful after the very first class. The ballet has long gone beyond theatrical scenes and rehearsal halls – a stunning physical form, stretch, and posture of a ballerina made fitness instructors around the world include ballet exercises used by professional dancers in their programs. 1. Hundred First of all, stretch your knees one by one for two minutes. After that, lie on your back, straighten your knees, raise...

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Top Water Sports Destinations – Henry Hagg Lake

A lake for just being a body of water is the most versatile, liveliest place around. Certainly more than H2O is involved with hints of glee, peace, and excitement, or why else would we migrate there every summer? The many elements that create a lake casts a variety show of personalities and behaviors. One patron may be a do-gooder in a custom homemade wooden kayak while 20 feet away on the shore may sit two scantily camouflaged individuals savoring inexpensive beer. Then a little ways above them you have your vigilant birder who voices taxonomy. All across from a...

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Essay writing will no longer be difficult

Lots of people say they find writing hard and critical but the thing exactly makes writing difficult just putting random words on paper is quite easy. It is difficult and turning those kind of words into the sentences that really express the ideas are trying to convey. Writing is all about communicating ideas to the other methods trying to convey. Schools and colleges in US are adept at teaching students how to write by numbers and ideas to make writing quite easy and simple by eliminating the all messy parts. You can easily get rid from the tension of writing so you can hire easily from https://essayshark.com/. It might sound obvious and technical speaking like writing but think learning to do and well is an important part of being good writer for completing assignments. If the ideas you want to express are not even clear in the own mind and how on earth they are supposed to communicate them to others. The most important way of writing If are in high school so then you know one of the required courses you had to take as a course. Fact is you have probably taken several throughout the years and you probably actually not enjoy writing essay. Due to some reason people have troubles and when it comes to writing such particular types of essay due to not observing relevancy....

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Boston Red Sox Sweep the Miami Marlins in a Quick 2 Game Series

Close Tuesday Win to Start the Series Tuesday was the highly anticipated end to the Sox’s losing streak, as Eduardo Nunez grounded out to a double play to allow JD Martinez to score the winning run. The tight 8-7 win was tough to watch, as the Sox bullpen was seemingly falling apart. The Red Sox led 4-1 in the 8th when Matt Barnes came to the mound. He proceeded to give up 4 runs, giving he Marlins a 5-4 lead. Heath Hembree entered and gave up one more run before the inning was over. The Sox were quick to...

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Do Not Press the Panic Button because of the 3 Game Losing Streak

Don’t Panic, It’s Only August The recent Red Sox 3 game loss has caused panic, as the team has not experienced such a streak since April 21-24. There is still a little over 5 weeks left of regular season baseball. The Red Sox will face 10 teams to round out the season, 2 coming against the rival New York Yankees. Starting ace, Chris Sale, will soon be off of the DL and into the pitching rotation. The Red Sox have a strong group of defensive players. Both the infield and the outfield provide support for the pitchers on a...

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Boston Red Sox vs Baltimore Orioles Recap

A four game series versus the Orioles will take place Thursday through Sunday. The Orioles are in last place in the AL East, and the Sox are tied for first place with the New York Yankees. This weekend will also mark the showdown of Mookie Betts and Manny Machado, the top two leaders in the home run race for the MLB. Dustin Pedroia, Austin Maddox, and Tyler Thornburg will all play in Rochester this weekend with minor league affiliate Pawtucket Red Sox. The Red Sox look to keep their lead and overrule the Yankees to be sole leader of the AL...

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Boston Red Sox vs Oakland Athletics Series Recap

The Red Sox will be back home in Boston after their 11 day road trip. Facing the Oakland Athletics are Rick Porcello, Eduardo Rodriguez, and Chris Sale. The Sox have won the last seven out of 13 games, while Oakland won five out the last 12 games. The Red Sox will face pitcher Sean Manaea for the first time since his no hitter game in April. The Sox hope that being on Fenway soil will help them defeat the Athletics. This series will also be the last time that the Red Sox will face the Athletics during the regular season....

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Boston Red Sox vs Toronto Blue Jays Recap

In the final leg of the road trip, the Red Sox head north to face the Blue Jays for a three game series before heading back to Fenway. Cora made the announcement that Dustin Pedroia and Tyler Thornburg will be playing on Monday and Tuesday for rehab assignment in Pawtucket. David Price is also back with the team after missing a game to get x-rays on his hand in Boston. Chris Sale, Davis Price, and Drew Pomeranz will be the starting pitchers in this series. Sale vs Sanchez – Toronto Takes the Win Chris Sale pitches his best game...

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Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees Series Recap

The long-awaited face off has arrived since the early April bench clearing brawl. The Red Sox and Yankees rivalry was in full blast as Joe Kelly and Tyler Austin went at it after Austin was hit by a pitch. The meeting of the two teams was highly anticipated by all. Pomeranz vs. Severino Tuesday night, the Sox fell to the Yankees 3-2, allowing the two teams to tie for first place. Betts and Benintendi made it on base to lead to the Sox first run of the game. In the second inning, Drew Pomeranz broke a nail, causing some concern...

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Red Sox – Royals Series Recap

Monday- The Royals fall to the Sox in Game 1 In their 21st win of the season, the Red Sox won 10-6 over the Kansas City Royals on Monday night. Xander Bogaerts hit his second grand slam of the season, and sixth for the team. Mitch Moreland hit a solo home run, going three for four with a homer, a double, three runs, and two RBIs. Andrew Benintendi hit a sacrifice fly into center field to drive in Jackie Bradley Jr. in the bottom of the fourth. Eduardo Rodriguez didn’t have a fantastic start as he pitched five hits,...

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Red Sox Take Series Against Toronto

Tuesday- Porcello vs. Happ Porcello took the mound for his fifth start against Toronto’s J. A. Happ. Unfortunately, today’s game didn’t end in the Sox’ favor. Rick Porcello pitched another great game ending with a 1.93 ERA. Hanley Ramirez and Rafael Devers both hit singles to get on base. This allowed Eduardo Nuñez to hit and RBI single into left field. With bases loaded, Brock Holt hit to left field, which forced the game into extra innings. The Toronto Blue Jays eventually took the win as Craig Kimbrel let up his first run in the 2018 season. Wednesday- Rodriguez...

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Can the Red Sox Sweep the Athletics?

Boston Red Sox The Red Sox are 17-2 with the best record in the MLB. They have yet to lose a series and are on another win streak. The Sox have hit more grand slams in the past three weeks than they have in two years. After Xander Bogaerts was placed on the DL, there was a question of whether or not the Sox would continue their win streak. They did and hit more grand slams (and even more runs). Mookie Betts came back after missing a game due to his bruised ankle. His hot bat never went away...

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Opening Weekend 2018 was a Success for the Sox

Red Sox Home Opener- Thursday Opening Day at Fenway finally arrived. David Ortiz and Aly Raisman yelled “play ball”, and Sox Nation rose to their feet. David Price had yet another successful game. Still with a 0.00 ERA, he held off runs for all seven innings he pitched. The frigid temperature couldn’t hold the Sox back from winning their home opener. The game was lacking any action until the seventh inning, when Tampa scored two runs. Then the eighth inning rolled around, and the Sox were running out of time… or so you thought. The Red Sox came back in...

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Opening Day Is Just One Game of 162

Started the Season with an Upset Clearly Opening Day didn’t end the way Red Sox Nation had hoped it to. Playing Tampa Bay was supposed to be an easy win. The Sox were doing great up until the 8th inning. Tampa Bay had the bases loaded and only one out. Sox Nation’s worst nightmare was coming into fruition. The Tampa Bay Rays had a chance to win the game after trailing 4-0 all day. The Bullpen Sale Day is always taken very seriously with the Red Sox, and he certainly proved why he was the Opening Day pitcher. He...

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Truck Day is Finally Here

Truck Day has Arrived by Olivia Winchenbach Truck day has come and gone, and that means that baseball season is nearly here. With Spring Training arriving, the Red Sox have yet to come up big in the offseason. Truck Day marks the unofficial start of baseball season for the Red Sox organization. Especially with the quiet offseason, Truck day brings the joy of baseball back. It’s the final send off for the team before the beginning of the season. Spring Training is the first look at the 2018 team. It is the time to create bonds and perfect your...

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Mookie Betts: Arbitration Deal in his Favor

Asking Price that led to Arbitration The Red Sox only offered $7.5 million, which was substantially lower than the $10.5 million that was asked for. This is Betts’s first year being eligible for arbitration, and he now has the largest first year case win in the MLB. Mookie has been part of the team for several years and definitely earned the $10.5 million. His agent put out the asking price this offseason, and it raised some eyebrows. The Sox put up $3 million less in rebuttal. The Red Sox eventually gave Mookie the $10.5 million and he won his...

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The Possible Power Hitters of the Red Sox

Current or New Hitters? J.D Martinez is still on the market, and Spring Training is around the corner. The Sox have shown interest in Martinez, and it is a waiting game to see what he is going to do. With the Red Sox organization not making any moves to get the power hitter that they need, it’s time to look at the possibilities of the current power hitters. There’s still hope that the Sox will pick up a power bat, but the questions are who and when. Could it be J.D., or a could it be a current player?...

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Winter Weekend: The Special Surprises

Winter Weekend 2018 was one for the books. The event was full of surprises for both the fans and the team. Here is a look at the incredible weekend: Town Hall Review Winter Weekend all started with an introduction of the 2018 team. From the shock of Andrew Benintendi’s new hair to new manager Alex Cora, everyone was smiling and cheering. Seven thousand people filled the theatre to catch a glimpse of what the players who will call Fenway their home this year. The players left and out came the owners, managers, and also a few special guests. Red...

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Deven Marrero: The Hidden Gem

Marrero Worked His Way from the Bottom to the Top He’s grown up in tough situations, but that never seemed to stop Marrero with following his dreams. Deven Marrero may not be a power bat, but it’s clear that he is always up and ready to play when he needs to. Although we haven’t seen much of him in Boston, he was definitely a player to watch in the minors. His time to shine on the team is just beginning. He may not be a rookie but he has definitely earned his place in the hearts of Red Sox...

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Andrew Benintendi: From Rookie to Key Player

No Longer the Sox Rookie The Arkansas Razorback alum is in the spotlight today. Andrew Benintendi is entering his 2nd full season with the Boston Red Sox. Sadly, he won’t be basking in the limelight of being the team’s rookie. But, there is no doubt that the 23-year-old left fielder will be in any shadow unless given by the green monster. He had an unbelievable rookie year coming in second place behind Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees for AL Rookie of the Year. Benny and the Razorbacks The small, lightweight boy from Madeira, Ohio quickly became a...

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A look at the new Red Sox Coaching Staff

The New Sox Coaching Staff starts fresh The Red Sox coaching staff has been filling up quickly with the 2017 officially coming to an end. Most of the incoming staff has ties to the organization in some way. Here are the new faces: Alex Cora Get to know him and start loving him Sox Nation. You’re looking at the new manager for the Red Sox. Not only is he qualified for the job, given his recent success as the bench coach for the Astros, but during his baseball career, he also played for the Sox. Furthermore, Cora is aware...

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Bullpen Needs Additions In 2018 Season

Bullpen Needs New Starting Pitchers The Red Sox were rebuilding their bullpen during the 2017 season, but with a new coaching staff for 2018, another update may be needed. E-Rod Now in Recovery Eduardo Rodriguez recently had surgery, and is now in the recovery process. He will not be able to start until May or June, at the earliest. Even then, he may only be pitching out of the bullpen. Rodriguez struggled with his knee throughout the season, and was eventually placed on the 10-day DL. After his return, it was obvious Rodriguez was going to need to look...

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My Continuing Battle With Brain Surgery

Name(required) Email(required) Website Message Submit My Story It was my freshman year of high school in 2014 when I learned that I had a brain tumor the size of an apple on the back of my brain stem.  I would need surgery within a month. I spent the next year completely separated from everyone as the recovery process was very difficult. My junior year of high school I started to feel like my body was getting back to normal, but then news came that made my family and I think otherwise. Surgery: Take Two The night before the first day...

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