Found November 01, 2013 on RedSoxLife:
PLAYERS: Ryan Dempster
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Courtesy of Mike O'Malley Conor Frederick (@ConorJF1016) Contributing Writer While most of us were celebrating into the wee hours of Thursday morning by getting drunk, Ryan Dempster was at Fenway celebrating by throwing batting practice to local actor Mike O'Malley. O'Malley posted a picture on his Twitter account (pictured left, tweet below). Per Mike O'Malley's Twitter page (@TheMikeOMalley): 3AM .@RyanDempsterFDN Ryan pitches BP. Pro Tip: #takeoffweddingringwhilehittingwithwoodenbatandnoglovesouch pic.twitter.com/mO0PrMhBoX — Mike O'Malley (@TheMikeOMalley) October 31, 2013 Certainly a great way to celebrate winning a 3rd championship in 10 years with Ryan Dempster and Mike O'Malley, a local icon. Despite security yelling at them to get out, it didn't work and neither of them left, although Yahoo Sports writer Mike Oz caught up with Ryan Dempster at around 3:45 and posted a photo on Instagram of Dempster signing autographs. I don't thin...
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