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A Bowdoin Orient columnist argues real Sox fans should root for W, who the other day basked in the reflected glow of the Pilgrims at their Florida spring-training park.
What is it with Kerry and tarmac sports, anyway? Who rushes off a plane with an all-consuming need to play runway catch?
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The world's oldest man is rooting for the Red Sox. Fred Hale, who turns 114 in December, was 27 when the Sox last won it all. On game nights, he likes to watch a few innings on TV with his son, Fred Jr., who is 84, and lives in the same Syracuse nursing home.