What better way to cure the early season blues than a dual championship celebration of the Red Sox and Patriots on the same day. This is going to be one hell of an opening day. In what has become a routine tradition over the past 2 decades, the Red Sox will be going all in on Tuesday as they have invited the Patriots to join them as well as man other former Red Sox players and they probably have a few other surprises in store.
“We have an exciting day coming up on Tuesday,” team president Sam Kennedy said “It has been a tough start to the season, but we’re going to celebrate Boston championships on Tuesday. We’ve had a great tradition of celebrating and recognizing Boston teams and their championships, so we’re excited to be celebrating two championships that took place.”
“We’ve invited the Patriots and we’re ecstatic they’re going to be there. It’s going to be a great day,” said Kennedy. “We have to have some surprises,” Kennedy said. “But there will be a connection between past championship Red Sox teams and the present championship team.”
This is the perfect recipe for the Sox to regain momentum and to forget about their slow start the past week. They were dealt a tough road trip and an early start to the season also may have the pitchers behind schedule a bit. The extra adrenaline of a celebration like this should work it’s magic and before long the Sox will be back on top.
— Joe Giza (@JoeGiza) April 4, 2019
Tom Brady getting the Red Sox season going with today's first pitch. Did you know he was drafted by the Expos??? pic.twitter.com/vcTmgDWo3P
— Phil Perry (@PhilAPerry) April 3, 2017