A commonwealth institution and popular local television personality who is also the announcer, ambassador, and put laureate for Fenway Park, Dick Flavin has entertained audiences with his incredible putic talent and abiding love for the Red Sox before countless home games for more than twenty years. Now this legendary talent's pums are gathered together for the first time in this keepsake volume. Flavin's pithy and comedic verses pay homage to the American pastime, New England's favorite team and players (and the curses and legends that have followed it), and the passionate nation that has remained faithful through victory and defeat.
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by Dick Cheney, Liz Cheney
by Dick Cheney, Jonathan Reiner
by Kurt Wenzel
by Andrew Huebner
by Professor Michael Drout
by William Warner
by Larry McMurtry
by Loren D. Estleman
by Randy Wayne White
by Pete Hamill
by John C. Bogle
"The author-narrator loves his Red Sox team, it's easy to see--from Yaz to Youklis to Petrocelli. He writes in rhyme, poetic verse--about great players, even the famed curse. His love runs deep, he knows his rhyming role--from Teddy Ballgame to the Pesky Pole. He laments a bit, but he's a poetic king--and why not, he has his own World Series ring. Red Sox Nation will love his personal voice as he writes of Ortiz, Rice, and Mo--or as he goes back to the past to laud Dom DiMaggio. For Boston fans, this is a must. In Flavin's rhymes, they'll put their trust. M.B. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine"
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