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Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Poster

Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Poster

Perfect gift for any sport or baseball enthusiast.. obviously, there's no better team to root for and support.. GO SOX!

  • The Red Sox don't just mow their field. They sculpt it. Which is just one of the many pieces of trivia rookie outfielder Ryan Kalish will learn about the team and the park during his inaugural season.

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  • "Every person needs to freshen up his or her minds, especially when it comes to the historical feats that changed and influenced the culture of today. In the field of baseball, for instance, every game even way back in Babe Ruth’s... "Every person needs to freshen up his or her minds, especially when it comes to the historical feats that changed and influenced the culture of today. In the field of baseball, for instance, every game even way back in Babe Ruth’s time is worth keeping for posterity. And for a big baseball fanatic you are, here are your Authentic Fenway Park Stamp Cufflinks to include in your collection! These Authentic Fenway Park Stamp Cufflinks feature Boston Red Sox home field, the Fenway Park. Fenway Park stamp cufflinks provide a perfect memento for the die-hard Boston Red Sox fan. This authentic US postage from the 2001 series of stamps is part of the effort in commemorating the great American ballparks. Sealed in an epoxy coating combined with beautiful perforated edge setting, these Authentic Fenway Park Stamp Cufflinks adds up to your collection of baseball memorabilia. Rhodium plated with bullet back closure, these cufflinks completes the look of the Baseball Pro Fanatic! Perfect for gift item to someone very dear to you—your uncle, your teacher, your best friend, and even yourself. Reclaim history and make it a staple in your wardrobe with these Authentic Fenway Park Stamp Cufflinks—a certified Baseball Major League fashion must have! Cufflink size: 1” x 7/8”"

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  • "To all baseball game fanatics, here is the historic Wrigley Field Cufflinks, captured in a stamp like never before. Sealed in an epoxy coating combined with beautiful perforated edge setting, these Wrigley Field Stamp Cufflinks a... "To all baseball game fanatics, here is the historic Wrigley Field Cufflinks, captured in a stamp like never before. Sealed in an epoxy coating combined with beautiful perforated edge setting, these Wrigley Field Stamp Cufflinks are a collector's dream. Wrigley Field is a baseball stadium in Chicago, Illinois, United States that has served as the home ballpark of the Chicago Cubs since 1916. Built in 1914 as Weeghman Park for the Chicago Federal League baseball team, the Chicago Whales. Its name has been changed twice until it stuck with Wrigley Field, after the chewing gum magnate William Wrigley, Jr. In the baseball history, the Wrigley Field is the oldest National League ballpark and the second oldest active major league ballpark (after Fenway Park on April 20, 1912), and the only remaining Federal League park. The stamp cufflinks’ design captured in it a moment in the history of the baseball Major League. The Wrigley Field Stamp looks so real you could imagine yourself being there—feeling the passion of the pro and the expectators. In authentic US postage from the 2001 series of stamps, these Wrigley Park Stamp Cufflinks help commemorate the great American ballparks. Wrigley Field stamp cufflinks provide a perfect memento for the die-hard fan. Rhodium plated and in bullet back closure, these cufflinks completes the look of the Baseball Pro Fanatic! Perfect for gift item to someone very dear to you—your uncle, your teacher, your best friend, and even yourself. Reclaim history and make it a staple in your wardrobe with these Wrigley Field Stamp Cufflinks—a certified Baseball Major League fashion must have! Cufflink size: 1” x 7/8”"

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  • Most of us can only dream of stepping on to the Fenway field, much less actually playing for the Sox. Lucky rookie outfielder Jonathan Van Every can now do both. But thanks to the rapid development of graphic design, we wee fans ... Most of us can only dream of stepping on to the Fenway field, much less actually playing for the Sox. Lucky rookie outfielder Jonathan Van Every can now do both. But thanks to the rapid development of graphic design, we wee fans can bask in a bit of the glory, falling asleep beneath a photographic reproduction of Fenway. Sweet dreams, Red Sox Nation . . .

  • I would love to know what it feels like to don your brand, spanking new Sox uniform and approach the pitching mound in Fenway Park for the very first time. Since that isn't likely to happen in my lifetime (I'm a girl, for starter... I would love to know what it feels like to don your brand, spanking new Sox uniform and approach the pitching mound in Fenway Park for the very first time. Since that isn't likely to happen in my lifetime (I'm a girl, for starters), I will await the rookie interview with up-and-coming pitcher Daniel Bard.

  • Christmas has already come to Fenway this year in the form of right-handed Japanese pitcher Junichi Tazawa, who the Boston Red Sox hope will give their bullpen a much-needed boost. And just to make certain that Fenway stays festi... Christmas has already come to Fenway this year in the form of right-handed Japanese pitcher Junichi Tazawa, who the Boston Red Sox hope will give their bullpen a much-needed boost. And just to make certain that Fenway stays festive throughout the remainder of 2008, the Bosox will hosting their first Great Fenway Park Yard Sale, including hand-outs of memorabilia-filled gift bags and chances to win 2009 regular season game tickets. Make merry, Boston fans !

  • Happy New Year, Bosox ! Dustin Pedroia is here to stay, having just signed a six-year contract. He'll be with Boston through 2014, with an option for 2015. Pedroia, starting as a rookie in 2007 with minimal acclaim, continues ... Happy New Year, Bosox ! Dustin Pedroia is here to stay, having just signed a six-year contract. He'll be with Boston through 2014, with an option for 2015. Pedroia, starting as a rookie in 2007 with minimal acclaim, continues to prove that heart really does make the player . . . and the game.

  • A piece of Fenway and the autograph of first baseman Kevin Youkilis: a treasure for any Red Sox fan who has sat out the curse and lived to see it eliminated. And this year, despite losing to the Devil Rays in the American League... A piece of Fenway and the autograph of first baseman Kevin Youkilis: a treasure for any Red Sox fan who has sat out the curse and lived to see it eliminated. And this year, despite losing to the Devil Rays in the American League Championship Series, the Red Sox received yet another honor. Receiving votes from both fans and MLB officials, Youkilis was presented with the Hank Aaron Award for performance as an outstanding offensive player. Go Youk ! Good gifting.

  • A very modern redo of the old classic. * It's a whole new twist on the classic property trading game! * The four railroads are now airports, including LAX, JFK and Chicago's O'Hare! * Hot property includes Tim... A very modern redo of the old classic. * It's a whole new twist on the classic property trading game! * The four railroads are now airports, including LAX, JFK and Chicago's O'Hare! * Hot property includes Times Square in New York City, Boston's Fenway Park, Las Vegas Blvd., Houston's Johnson Space Center, Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, and Minneapolis' Mall of America! * New tokens include the Toyota Prius, New Balance Shoe, McDonald's French Fries, Labradoodle, Motorola RAZR Mobile Headset, and a Laptop Computer * The goal still remains the same: buy, sell and trade well-known U.S. properties to win the game!

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  • To the uninitiated, the cheers from the crowd sound a lot like "Booo!" Well, if you are at Fenway Park, Kevin Youkilis has most likely just come up to bat or strolled over to first base. His nickname is "Youk" or "Yoouuuuk!" And... To the uninitiated, the cheers from the crowd sound a lot like "Booo!" Well, if you are at Fenway Park, Kevin Youkilis has most likely just come up to bat or strolled over to first base. His nickname is "Youk" or "Yoouuuuk!" And he also happens to be the team's Roberto Clemente Award nominee.

  • Cuff links made from the actual seats at your favorite teams' stadium? So even when forced to wear a suit, a man can still show his lurve for his team? Perfect. These are a great gift for any avid baseball fan you know!

  • This movie reminds me of the Schoolhouse Rocks song "I'm just a bill. Yes, I'm only a bill. And I'm sitting here on Capitol Hill." Because, although she is dressed in more pink than Washington D.C. sees even during cherry blosso... This movie reminds me of the Schoolhouse Rocks song "I'm just a bill. Yes, I'm only a bill. And I'm sitting here on Capitol Hill." Because, although she is dressed in more pink than Washington D.C. sees even during cherry blossom season, Elle actually shows us just how difficult it is to get a bill noticed, let alone passed. That she manages to have some fun and plan a wedding in Fenway Park along the way is just the icing on this very pink cake.

  • Not only did the Celtics take home the NBA Championship this year, they also won the ESPY award for "Best Team", beating out their neighbors in Fenway Park. The wearin' of the green is not just for St. Patrick's Day any longer . ... Not only did the Celtics take home the NBA Championship this year, they also won the ESPY award for "Best Team", beating out their neighbors in Fenway Park. The wearin' of the green is not just for St. Patrick's Day any longer . . .

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  • It's not just a ballpark. It's not just a landmark. It is a state of mind. Lunacy, perhaps. Competitive, for sure. But all in good Major League fun.

  • There are baseball fans and then...there are BASEBALL FANS! If you are one of the later, here's your chance to own a piece of Baseball history. Made from the original wooden seats of Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park and Wrigley Field... There are baseball fans and then...there are BASEBALL FANS! If you are one of the later, here's your chance to own a piece of Baseball history. Made from the original wooden seats of Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park and Wrigley Field, these pens insanely fabulous!

  • If you've ever been to (or watched) a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, then you might understand what all the fuss is regarding the song "Sweet Caroline". Originally written (some believe) in honor of Caroline Kennedy, this song has ... If you've ever been to (or watched) a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, then you might understand what all the fuss is regarding the song "Sweet Caroline". Originally written (some believe) in honor of Caroline Kennedy, this song has somehow become the anthem for Red Sox fans. Every home game entails a group sing (or shout) of the lyrics with great enthusiasm and little concern for harmony. Angelo Venuto's version of "Sweet Caroline" takes the song out of the ballpark (but not the ballpark out of the song) and puts it on the dance floor. It's been on my hulapod for several years now.

  • The Red Sox season has already begun with a win over the Oakland A's in the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan. But the fun really begins when the Sox play their first game at Fenway Park at 2:05 p.m. on Tuesday, April 8, 2008. Whether yo... The Red Sox season has already begun with a win over the Oakland A's in the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan. But the fun really begins when the Sox play their first game at Fenway Park at 2:05 p.m. on Tuesday, April 8, 2008. Whether you are a Sox fan or just a diehard baseball fanatic, enter to win a pair of tickets to a great afternoon at the ballpark. All proceeds will benefit the Red Sox Foundation, a charitable organization providing hope to cancer patients, the needy and young athletes in the Boston area.

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  • The Boston Red Sox traveled all the way to Japan's Tokyo Dome to play their first game of the 2008 season against the Hanshin Tigers. Although not nearly as raucous as Fenway Park, the Japanese fans made an honorable effort to w... The Boston Red Sox traveled all the way to Japan's Tokyo Dome to play their first game of the 2008 season against the Hanshin Tigers. Although not nearly as raucous as Fenway Park, the Japanese fans made an honorable effort to welcome the Red Sox with such familiar traditions as the singing of "Sweet Caroline" and greeting Kevin Youkilis as "Yoooooook". The Sox will stay in Tokyo for several more days, playing against the Oakland A's on Tuesday and Wednesday. Let the games begin . . .