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  1. Wade Boggs: Baseball's Star Hitter (Taking Part) by Steve Clark, 1988-03
  2. Sports Illustrated Magazine March 3, 1986 (Wade Boggs Preseason Baseball Issue) by Wade Boggs, 1986
  3. Sports Illustrated - April 14, 1986 Issue: Wade Boggs Cover -- Special Baseball Issue with Boggs, Gwynn, Mattingly, and Much More! (Volume 64 Number 15)
  4. Topps 1990 Baseball Cards by Topps, 1990
  5. Boggs! by Wade Boggs, 1986-01
  6. The Techniques ofModern Hitting by Wade Boggs, David Brisson, 1990-02-28
  7. Sports Illustrated - March 3, 1986 Issue: Larry Bird Cover, Mario Lemieux, Wade Boggs, and More! (Volume 64 Number 9)
  8. Bristol Red Sox Players: Wade Boggs
  9. Beckett Baseball Card Monthly Feb 1990 (Front cover featuring Bo Jackson, Vol. 7, No. 2 Issue #59)
  10. 2005 hall of fame inductees.(National Baseball Hall Of Fame): An article from: Baseball Digest by Paul Sullivan, 2005-03-01
  11. Wade Boggs tribute day by Mike Flanagan, 1999
  12. The Pros Say It's O.K. to Say No to Drugs Coloring Book (Creative Child Press) by Susan Amerikaner, Major League Baseball Players Association, et all 1986
  13. Major League Baseball Players From Nebraska: Richie Ashburn, Bob Gibson, Sam Crawford, Joba Chamberlain, Wade Boggs, Grover Cleveland Alexander

1. The Official Thread Of The 2006 Boston Red Sox [Archive] - Page 36 - F
Boggs is wearing a Red Sox hat on his plaque http//www.baseballhalloffame. com/hofers_and_honorees/plaques/boggs_wade.htm Fan Forum Community USCHO Cafe PDA View Full Version : The Official Thread of the 2006 Boston Red Sox Pages : 04-26-2006, 12:36 PM Note also that he was coming off an extra day's rest because of the off day.
Still, I was surprised to see him start the inning; I figured that the last three innings would be some combination of Timlin, Foulke, and Papelbon. But I also don't think it is that worrisome. I'd worry more about Pedro throwing 130+ than Schilling.
Foulke made one bad pitch, but that changeup is nasty. Like Remy said, it looks like a screwball. Timlin still scares me. He threw five balls to Grady Sizemore, which would have loaded the bases. Fortunately, Sizemore swung at two of them.
I'm really impressed with Travis Hafner. Not only did he get around on a high fastball he actually drove it.
He did have a bit of extra rest and I agree that pedro would be more worrisome, but schilling isn't that young anymore and considering the past year plus of rehab I don't think they should push him too fast at this point of the season on a cold night when it wasnt necessary. I agree with the concern with timlin, fortunately foulke and papelbon have been really good. Hafner is a monster, everyone overlooks his #s from last year and the year before, but he was right there with A-rod and Ortiz if he didn't miss a month of the season due to injury. JohnB 04-26-2006, 03:35 PM

2. Wade Boggs Biography
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Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Wade Boggs Biography Wade Anthony Boggs (born June 15, 1958 in Omaha, Nebraska) was an American baseball player whose hitting dominated the American League in much the same way as his contemporary Tony Gwynn dominated the National League in the 1980s and 1990s.
With 12 straight All-Star appearances, Boggs is second only to Brooks Robinson in number of consecutive appearances as a third baseman. (Mike Schmidt and George Brett also made 12 appearances, but Brett's final appearance was as a first baseman and neither man's appearances were consecutive).
A left-handed hitter, Boggs won a total of five batting titles starting in 1983, after batting .349 (which would have won the batting title but he was 129 at bats short of the minimum) as a rookie the previous season. From 1982 to 1988, Boggs only hit below .349 once, hitting .325 in his off season (largely due to the death of his grandmother with whom he was very close). During that same time frame, from 1983 to 1989, Boggs rattled off seven consecutive seasons in which he collected 200 or more hits. Boggs also had six of seven seasons with 200+ hits, 100+ runs and 40+ doubles. Although he would not win another batting title after 1988, he almost annually appeared in the league leaders in hitting. Although Gwynn is better remembered today, players who saw both men play in the 1980s said Boggs had the better batting eye and that while it was possible to get Gwynn to swing at a bad pitch, Boggs never did.

3. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - The 3,000 Hit Club - Wade Boggs
became the first player to enter the 3000Hit Club with a home run when, in the sixth inning, he went deep off Indians pitcher Chris Haney at Tropicana
became the first player to enter the 3,000-Hit Club with a home run when, in the sixth inning, he went deep off Indians pitcher Chris Haney at Tropicana Field, August 7, 1999. The home run was Boggs' third hit of the evening and only his second four-bagger of the year. Boggs' historic hit capped off a weekend in which a flurry of baseball career milestones were reached: Mark McGwire hit his 500th home run (August 5), Tony Gwynn collected his 3,000th hit (August 6), Albert Belle garnered his 1,500th hit (August 6), and Frank Thomas blasted his 300th home run (August 7).
Wade Boggs' 3,000th Hit Date: August 7, 1999 Location: Tropicana Field, Tampa Bay Club: Tampa Bay (AL) Opponent: Cleveland (AL) Pitcher: Chris Haney Hit: Home Run Total career hits: Boxscore from the Observer-Dispatch , Utica, New York Tony Gwynn Cal Ripken Jr.
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4. Wade Boggs - MSN Encarta
Boggs, Wade, born in 1958, American professional baseball player, who led the American League (AL) in batting five times (1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, and
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Encyclopedia Article Find Print E-mail Blog It Multimedia 2 items Wade Boggs , born in 1958, American professional baseball player, who led the American League (AL) in batting five times (1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, and 1988). Boggs had a batting average of better than .300 in 15 of his 18 major league seasons. Boggs had an exceptional batting eye and a knack for spraying line drives around the field. The left-handed hitter was a member of the AL All-Star team for 12 consecutive seasons (1985-1996) and won two Gold Gloves (1994 and 1995) for defensive excellence at third base. Wade Anthony Boggs was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and attended high school in Tampa, Florida. The Boston Red Sox drafted him in 1976 and he spent six years in the minor leagues before making the major league club in 1982. Boggs hit .349 in 104 games as a rookie and the following year won his first batting title with a .361 average. That season was also the first in his AL-record string of seven consecutive years with 200 or more hits.

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6. Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox - MLB
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7. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - Wade Boggs' Plaque
Wade Boggs Hall of Fame Plaque. WADE ANTHONY BOGGS BOSTON, AL, 19821992 NEW YORK, AL, 1993-1997 TAMPA BAY, AL, 1998-1999
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STAR, HIT .328 WITH 3,010 HITS AND 1,412 WALKS. MEMBER OF THE 1996 WORLD SERIES CHAMPION YANKEES AND WON TWO GOLD GLOVES. LEGENDARY FOR HIS SUPERSTITIONS. Hall of Fame Plaque Home Page Wade Boggs' Hall of Fame Bio Search Our Website for Information on Wade Boggs Search Our Online Library Catalog "ABNER" for Wade Boggs The data on all plaques was taken from reliable sources at the time the plaques were made. Hall of Fame plaques are property of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and the images may not be reproduced without approval of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

8. Standout Batting Stances
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Standout batting stances
The batting stance shows off a player's individuality. It also reveals how deeply in need of therapy some of these players are. Here is a look at some of the standout batting stances in baseball today. By Gary Cozine Sports Central Columnist
For a group of people pulling down six- and seven-figure paychecks, baseball players are a remarkably superstitious bunch. I suppose this stems from the knowledge that they are where they are by the whims of the baseball gods who, at any moment, may reach down and flip them into minor league obscurity. This consciousness of life's capriciousness manifests itself in some odd behaviors.
To see these superstitions taken to an extreme, you need look no further than the recently retired Wade Boggs. Boggs was legendary for his habits, among which included drawing the Hebrew word "Chai" in the batter's box before each at bat, eating a chicken dinner before every game, and running out on the field every evening at exactly 7:07 PM. The only thing he didn't do was tear the heads off of squirrels and suck out the bloody goodness. (At least I don't think he did that.)
I have my compulsive, neurotic habits, too. The difference is that when I do them people think I'm a whack job whereas when Boggs did them they talked about his incredible consistency. Apparently, it's more endearing if you're a .328 lifetime hitter.

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11. Frank HOF=which Team? [Archive] - White Sox Interactive Forums
in as a Devil Rayoh wait, he already did that. Boggs is in as a Red Sox. http//
White Sox Interactive Forums Baseball Discussions Sox Clubhouse PDA View Full Version : Frank HOF=which team? StockdaleForVeep 01-29-2006, 02:15 PM Hypothetical, frank makes the hall, what team does he go in with. Its natural to assume the sox cuz he spent his career here but a comment given on the situation.
"Thomas, whose season was ended by recurring ankle problems that limited him to 34 games, was recognized at the team's victory parade and threw out a first pitch. But the two-time MVP said he would never have done it if he knew he was leaving."
This worries me if he is gonna hold a spite against the organization. But some things do calm me, because readin more of the yahoo article, ozzie guillen is quoted as understanding cuz he wasnt pleased being let go by the sox either ondafarm 01-29-2006, 02:17 PM I hope you think your kidding. Ty Cobb played for somebody after the Tigers, but he went in as a Tiger. Frank is a White Sox. doogiec 01-29-2006, 02:17 PM Players are not allowed to pick a team when inducted. The Hall selects that, for about 5 years now. StockdaleForVeep 01-29-2006, 02:18 PM

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14. Chess And Baseball
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Chess and Baseball
Now that baseball is into its serious pennant race part of the season, it’s a good time to talk about chess and baseball. I discussed the similarities that chess has with its close cousins tennis and boxing. I even compared football with chess. But we never talked about chess and baseball. I am not sure chess and baseball compare really well, but they do have one thing in common.
With Baseball it’s the hitting part of the game that compares well with chess. I think that the two hardest things to do in the world of sports are to hit a baseball really well and to play a high level game of winning chess. We all know chess is a mano a mano sport. Baseball becomes a mano a mano sport when the hitter goes to bat against the pitcher. Just like with chess, there is strategy involved in an at bat. You could say that the scouting reports of the pitcher and batter are the opening theory. Now this theory doesn’t compare with the depth of theory that chess has, but it does contain good strategic information.
The at bat phase of the game is an intense mano a mano struggle. It’s a game with in a game. It’s this inner game that compares well with chess. When a batter is hitting well, he says he sees the ball really well. Recently elected hall of famer, Wade Boggs had 20-12 vision. He could see the spin of the ball when it left the pitchers hand. With this knowledge he could decide if the pitch was a fast ball or a curve ball. This ability allowed Boggs to get over 3000 hits. In chess good board vision allows players to find game winning tactics. When a batter is in a slump, he doesn’t see the ball well. This is true in chess as well. I recall the 14

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17. Patum Peperium: The Old Man Of Nantucket
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On mornings like today, do you know what I want most when I wake up? Ok, after that, what I want most is a blueberry-cranberry muffin. It's cranberry season and unfortunately, similiar to how most people don't understand how wonderful Evelyn Waugh is, most people don't understand how wonderful the cranberry is too. My family may not understand Waugh, but they have a long history of understanding the cranberry. My grandfather, who was forbidden by threat of disinheritance to marry a Catholic girl from Smith probably understood Waugh and he clearly understood the cranberry. He wrote the following about his contribution to the war effort for his 45th reunion class notes for his Yale 1920 class : In April, 1942, I became auditor for the Ocean Spray Cranberry Company and moved to Plymouth, Mass. The company dehydrated cranberries for the government during the war years.

18. Empyreal Environs ∙ Exits And Entrances
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Exit Pokey Reese . He signed a one-year $1.2M with a team option for 2006 with the Seattle Mariners. Mike Cameron was ecstatic for him, telling him “it will be the best thing that ever happened to you.” Did Cameron just not pay attention to baseball during October 2004? Reese quickly became a fan favorite here despite anemic offensive production because he clearly relished playing in front of an energetic and devoted fan base. Having become inured to the booted balls and wild throws of Nomar Garciaparra, Reese’s fielding was an antidote to ulcer-inducing unearned runs and errors. His highlights with the team include:
  • May 8: Inside the park home run in the fifth and a Monster shot in the sixth in this Saturday game against the Kansas City Royals. The Sox go on to win 9-1.

19. Talk:Wade Boggs - Indopedia, The Indological Knowledgebase
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20. AcuraZine Community - Official Baseball Thread
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AcuraZine Community Off Topic Discussion Ramblings PDA View Full Version : Official Baseball Thread Pages : 04-04-2005, 2:47 PM PLAY BALL!!!!
Pedro has 12k's already. :eek: Dmitri Young hit 2 bombs. KC's already getting owned. Can't wait for my Marlins mañana. :woot: Moog-Type-S 04-04-2005, 3:12 PM :sleep:
wake me when the playoffs are starting 03SSMTL-S 04-04-2005, 3:13 PM :sleep:
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agree regular season is boring 04-04-2005, 3:22 PM :what: 04-04-2005, 5:23 PM Javier Vazquez :wave: 04-04-2005, 5:51 PM ^ lol. glad to see something OTHER than the HR, although I rate Ramirez's double as a HR in any other part of the country, including the same park with the roof open.
Go Cubs! Fibonacci 04-04-2005, 5:59 PM Was a BEAUTIFUL day in Motown - sunny and 62. Probably the best weather for opening day that I can recall for a loooooooong time. cmark 04-04-2005, 6:00 PM Go Mariners! Can't do any worse than they did last year. Smitty 04-04-2005, 6:03 PM go PIRATES Moog-Type-S 04-04-2005, 6:05 PM Go Expos!!!!

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