The Sox lost to the Nats 4-2 and even though DiceK gave up 4 runs in less than 6 innings, his performance was actually quite good, striking out 8, I believe. But this short post is really about being at the jewel that is Fenway Park, hanging with a great friend and his friends (who are becoming friends of mine) and getting to see and take a picture of the family brick that is now permanently a part of Fenway.
Far too much transpired yesterday to even think about blogging it. Suffice to say we all had a great time and many of the events of the day will be remembered for quite sometime but I will throw in these teasers -- The Cask & Flagon, scotch at the ritzy bar on Comm Ave and the cab ride. I will simply close with a remark that encapsulates it all and share a couple of the pictures that I took. Great to have you and your friends come up, G, "great time, great friends and great scotch."
UPDATE: As I did with G's new companion piece, I'm adding a link to it here, so that both of these articles that were written about the same events can be linked together.