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Go Sox- Close it out tonight! Rooting for you at Bobby V's
— Bobby Valentine (@BobbyValentine) October 31, 2013
Just cheering for the Red Sox…with a cheap plug…and a giant jinx.
I checked out the Bobby V’s website and found out that their Wednesday night special includes a $4.50 Amstel Light Bottles.
That is not a special.
Bobby V, still sticking it to New Englanders.
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