Who's your favorite Red Sox's Player?

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Captain Squirt of the High Sea

I love the Ocean
Barked: Wed Dec 20, '06 7:46pm PST 
My Favorite Red Sox is David Ortiz.

YES WE CAN!- Obama/Biden- 2008!
Barked: Fri Dec 22, '06 3:48pm PST 
Hmm. I like Big Papi too, but I also like Manny. How's a pup to choose?

Fenways Faithful
Barked: Fri Dec 22, '06 11:52pm PST 
I like Big Pappi and Manny. The further they hit the ball the funner it is to chase.


Barked: Fri Dec 22, '06 11:55pm PST 
Oh there are so many I like. I like the whole team. My brothers name is Fenway. I am named after a retired ballplayer that overcame cancer and still played. Eric Davis
Jena, always- in our- hearts

Million dollar- doggie
Barked: Tue Dec 26, '06 6:14pm PST 
I always liked Johnny Damon, until he turned TRAITOR on us!
I think right now my favorite is Kevin Youkilis. Moms saw him hit his first Major League home run.

**face licks**
Barked: Fri Mar 2, '07 7:55pm PST 
OK...... NOT to age myself...... but I LOVED Bill Lee (37) and Pudge Fiske (27)

They will always be my favorites!!

Miles,- always in- our hearts

Flabrador- Deceiver
Barked: Thu Mar 8, '07 7:14pm PST 
The great Carl Yastremski!
Pita, NPC

Pain In The A**
Barked: Thu Mar 8, '07 7:15pm PST 
Hey Kai, do you remember why they called Bill Lee "Spaceman"?

**face licks**
Barked: Fri Mar 9, '07 9:58am PST 
Pita...... she doesn't remember do you?? Maybe she will google it!!

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Barked: Fri Mar 9, '07 5:14pm PST 
Pita..... Mommie found out why he was called Spaceman. She found it on a website and its below:

Lee was one of the game’s few counterculture symbols: he talked to animals, championed environmental causes, practiced yoga, ate health foods, sprinkled marijuana on his buckwheat pancakes (an indiscretion for which he was fined $250 by Commissioner Bowie Kuhn), pondered Einstein and Vonnegut, quoted from Mao, and studied Eastern philosophers and mystics. It was in this context that former Red Sox teammate John Kennedy first dubbed him "Spaceman," a nickname writers thereafter used as shorthand to describe his free spirit. At first irritated by the appellation (preferring to be known as "Earth Man"), Lee would eventually approve of the "Spaceman" moniker. "I realized that it’s the ultimate compliment," he remarked. "Everybody thinks they’re earthlings but in actuality we’re only here for a brief moment, and the cinder that we’re on is moving as Spaceship Earth, so we’re all space travelers."

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