Presidential Night at Fenway
The City of Boston, Red Sox (check!) fans, and all of Red Sox Nation were treated to a bit of Presidential history last night, prior to the Sox/Rangers game.
General George Washington (pictured above) - frightened by technological advances like cameras and outdoor lighting, dressed in drag, and sporting a fresh, new Sox home jersey from Twins on Yawkey Way - was escorted to the mound by Sox closer Curt Schilling prior to throwing out the ceremonial first pitch.
Washington, making his first trip to Boston since serving as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army in 1775, reportedly threw a strike.