Found January 18, 2012 on Baseball Heavy:
What made the 2012 Pawtucket Red Sox Hot Stove party the greatest one I have ever been to? Was it:a) Luis Exposito's Atwells Avenue hairb) All the free Cheez Puffies you could cram into your wordholec) Free minty cocoa shots to stave off the brutal, stabbing ice windd) Heaven on earth for New England metal folding chair fetishists!NO! NO NO NO NO NO NO! Let me tell you in great detail why it was wonderful and beautacious and tubular. Okay, Luis Exposito's hair was a pretty big factor... Almost as important as Alex Wilson's ugly cowboy boots. Although his boots may be very nice, I don't know, I'm not from a red state. But the greatest thing of all was the Visitor's Clubhouse featuring a town hall-style forum led by Mike Tamburro and Lou Schwechheimer! It was the greatest thing I have ever seen! All you had to do was raise your hand and suggest something and the gents took it under advisement! Like the one guy who was all, "Yes, I have a question. The ham...
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