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Hizzonah the Mayuh has made a public appeal to heaven on behalf of the Townies, the Herald's Joe Fitzgerald noted on Saturday:
Just when you thought things couldn't get more bizarre, there was Hizzoner, Tommy Menino, standing outside Fenway Park two mornings ago, doing his best to help "break the curse" by closing his eyes and pleading in front of the cameras, "Lord, after 86 years, hear our prayer, make us world champions.''
It was reminiscent of the night the late Richard Cardinal Cushing sat ringside at a boxing match in old Boston Garden. As one of the fighters genuflected when the opening bell sounded, a patron inquired, "Do you think that will help?''