Turning the Page
A life without Mo Rivera
When I came up with the concept of “Turing the Page”, the basic idea for the column was to give you an avenue through which I would look ahead to upcoming events in sports or culture for that matter.
With the MLB postseason a mere few days away and my Red Sox having clinched the division for the first time in six years, I expected to want to write about the phenomenal regular season I have had with this collection of unshaven, misbehaving bunch, but I fould myself at a loss for words, and as you can imagine, that doesn’t happen much.
Something else has been weighing on my mind, and it has to do with the last player in Baseball history to wear Jackie Robinson’s famous No. 42 — Mariano “the Sandman” Rivera. There are two reasons that the all-time great has been on my mind. One of them is an overall positive and the other is a total negative that absolutely confounds me.
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