Friday, February 12, 2016

BoSox Club Approaches 50 Years Of Service To Fans

After yet another disappointing season in 1966, some loyal Red Sox fans began organizing a new group to celebrate The Olde Towne Team. Some of the names were a little more high-profile than others —like Dom DiMaggio (who would have celebrated his 99th birthday today) and Ken Coleman—but most were average fans who simply loved the team. Not long after, The BosSox Club was born—and it remains the official booster club of the Boston Red Sox. Over the years, the club has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for worthy causes like: The Jimmy Fund; The Red Sox Foundation; The Foundation to be Named Later; Kevin Youkilis Hits for Kids; Little League Organizations throughout New EnglandCurt's Pitch for ALS; Local amateur baseball and softball camps; and The Pan Mass Challenge. In addition, the Club sponsors luncheons and BBQs for its membership at a variety of locations and with special guests—including Red Sox and visiting players. Your humble Editor-In-Chief was honored to serve on the BoSox Club Board of Directors (2004-2008, 2009-2010), so I know exactly how special this organization is. For more information about the BoSox Club, email And if you want to truly expand your Red Sox horizons, join the BoSox Club. It's easy, just click HERE.