No, not between Obama and Romney, or Biden and Ryan, or Brown and Warren, or even Tierney and Tisei.
On Monday at 2:30 I have an appointment at Fenway Park. I get to take batting practice. At home plate. 5 pitches.
Red Sox CEO Sam Kennedy invited season ticket holders to take batting practice at home plate. It's a way of saying thanks for sticking with us during this horrific season.
I do almost everything left-handed, but I can actually hit from either side. So my big debate is whether to go up swinging from the right side or the left side. I will probably swing and miss at all five pitches, so it really doesn't matter.
But it does. I'm going to stand in the batter's box at Fenway Park and swing away. I can go up righty and be standing exactly where Carlton Fisk was when he hit that 1975 World Series home run. And where Dwight Evans stood for 19 seasons. Or, I could go up there lefty and be standing exactly where Babe Ruth did. And Ted Williams, and Yaz.
I have a better chance of hitting the wall batting from the right side. In my dreams. Maybe they'll let me switch sides halfway though. No, that won't happen. I will toss and turn thinking about it tonight, but I know I will thoroughly enjoy it either way. Even if I miss all five.
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