The Globe's appended this to Dan Shaughnessy's column about Orsillo:
Clarification: Because of a reporting error, an earlier version of this story made reference to signs being confiscated at Fenway Park. The reference has been removed because the Globe could not independently verify that any signs were confiscated at the ballpark. ...
Via Dan Kennedy.
Dan Kennedy tries to find out.
Because? Yes, because, the Herald reports. That's it? Well, O'Brien is "well known for bringing out the nuances of baseball strategy, sharing insights about players." Wait, isn't that what Remy's supposed to do?
An online petition to NESN to bring Don Orsillo back to announce Sox games next year had more than 20,000 backers as of 5:10 p.m.
Baseball won't be the same without him.
Separately, Saugus residents are organizing on Facebook to save the iconic orange Saugusaur now that the miniature golf course it sits in has been sold to a developer who wants to use the land for a hotel and luxury housing. The page has more than 1,100 likes.
Dennis and Callahan report. We'll always have the Pizza Toss.
Crit ran across an early Allston Christmas offering on Quint Avenue today.
Beat the Mariners 22-10 (a day after beating them 15-1).
WBZ reports comments by Jon Lester, who was successfully treated for lymphoma in 2007.
Surviving Grady says farewell to Mike Napoli.
Yes, 2015 was a tough year for Napster. But it was far outweighed by what he brought to the table in 2013. May he forever run, buzzed and shirtless, down the Boylston Street of our hearts.
The oddest thing in the previously secret Olympics bid chapters was not the huge deficit or the denigration of opponents, but the reference to a state law that prohibits swearing at athletes and coaches and sporting events.
So it turns out the fine people of Boston believe they will somehow manage to survive after all without the International Olympic Committee’s five-ring seal of approval.
Local residents have made it clear they are willing try to make do with merely being the home to Faneuil Hall, Boston Common, Harvard, MIT, the John F. Kennedy Library, Fenway Park and Bobby Orr.