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Dads
2003-12-10 01:23
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Read this entry by Tyler Bleszinski at AthleticsNation.com:

If someone asked me to point to a vivid memory of my Dad at Fenway, I would probably come up blank because the time that meant the most to me never had anything to do with a particular game or a specific action. It may have just been the cramped seats of the majestic stadium, but I never felt closer to him than at Fenway Park.

Fenway may have ghosts and a curse, but the truth is, it will always be a temple to me.

Happy Birthday, Walter. And best wishes, Tyler.

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