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The Boston Red Sox celebrated their 2013 World Series yesterday with a city-wide parade on Boston’s famous Duck Boats. One of the biggest stories to hit the internet after the parade was Mike Napoli roaming the streets of Boston, while shirtless and smoking a cigarette.
We’ve put together a timeline consisting of Twitter postings to try and capture Napoli’s day.
The Rolling Rally started right after 10am on Saturday and at 10:20am we have our first tweet of Napoli, actually wearing a shirt, drinking a beer in a duck boat.
Mike Napoli, w/ beer in hand. And a David Ross cutout in the foreground (taken with the Nokia Lumia 1020 from AT&T): pic.twitter.com/kZc8FkbhB5
— WEEI (@WEEI) November 2, 2013
The time stamp of this next tweet is not in real time but Napoli was first spotted shirtless on a duck boat during the parade.
napoli was so turnt up at this parade @MikeNapoli25 pic.twitter.com/TYwZ3nLnRa
— Andrea (@loyalx3andrea) November 3, 2013
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The Guru Contributing Writer Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli was apparently enjoying his World Series victory tour of Boston Saturday night. Maybe a little too much. Photos of a shirtless Napoli began spreading across the twitterverse soon after the Red Sox rolling rally ended. He's Mike Napoli. World Series champion. Man of the people. Mike Napoli is walking around...
Mike Napoli really, really enjoyed the Red Sox rolling rally on Saturday morning. The Red Sox first baseman didn’t even make it to Hynes Convention Center before stripping off his shirt, to the delight of everyone in the crowd (and Jonny Gomes).
But even after the hours long duckboat ride, Napoli wasn’t ready for the festivities to end. Jake Peavy may have celebrated...
The Boston Red Sox had a massive victory celebration on the streets of Boston today after winning their third World Series in the last decade. But did one Rex Sox player have a little too much fun? Here’s what may be Mike Napoli shirtless and perhaps drunk walking the streets. Mike Napoli is walking around more »
Mike Napoli had quite a week: Winning the World Series, having a birthday, partaking in the Red Sox rolling rally and spawning the hashtag, #DrunkNapoli. After the Rolling Rally Saturday, the bearded Sox star took to the streets of Boston to party. McGreevy’s on Boylston was his first stop. The establishment posted a picture of Napoli behind the bar and said, “Meet our newest...
Mike Napoli of the Boston Red Sox is apparently wondering around Boston, Massachusetts drunk and shirtless. I guess he is really celebrating that World Series win that the Boston Red Sox just sealed over the St. Louis Cardinals. I don’t think any state trooper will ask the guy. We hope to see more photos as […]
I think that quote just about sums it up. Now that baseball is over and everybody (with the exception of Mike Napoli) is all partied out…what next?
If I could hibernate for the winter, I would. Preferably with a couple Hooters waitresses. I try to use basketball and football as a substitute for the game I love, but it won’t work. I’ll run endless miles on the treadmill, read...
The world champion Boston Red Sox visited the Patriots' Gillette Stadium today before the team faces off against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The two teams have combined for some pretty phenomenal Sundays the past few weeks.
First, there was Brady's game winning pass to Kenbrell Thompkins with 5 seconds left against the Saints, which was followed up by Big Papi's game tying...
No article I have written recently has gotten me such e-mails and Twitter comments like the Pass or Play: Mike Napoli piece, particularly my assertion that “Napoli is a better offensive and defensive first baseman than Howard at this point in their careers,” but also why would I even highlight first base as an area of need?
I’ll answer the latter first: the Phillies, from...
From the duck boats to the negotiating table — such is the life of Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington.
Cherington announced Monday — just two days after the Red Sox’ rolling rally celebration through the streets of Boston — that the club is making qualifying offers to free agents Jacoby Ellsbury, Mike Napoli and Stephen Drew. The Red Sox will not make Jarrod Saltalamacchia...
So, everyone has their own way of celebrating a championship. Jake Peavy for example, bought a duck boat yesterday. But take a second and think about which player you'd expect to be really going crazy, maybe Gronk-style for you Patriots fans. My guess would be either Jonny Gomes or Mike Napoli.
A few days ago, Napoli admitted his plans to not sleep for a while.
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The Red Sox will make qualifying offers to Jacoby Ellsbury (pictured, left), Mike Napoli, and Stephen Drew, according to MLB Trade Rumors. According to MLB Trade Rumors, Mike Napoli will get a $14.1 million offer, which would only be a raise of $1 million since he hit all of his incentives last year...
The November 4, 4:00 p.m. EST, deadline for qualifying offers has now passed. As expected, the Boston Red Sox have made the offers to three of their four eligible players: CF Jacoby Ellsbury, 1B Mike Napoli, and SS Stephen Drew. They did not, however, make the offer to catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia.
A qualifying offer means that the team offers the player an automatic salary for...
The World Series champion Boston Red Sox made $14.1 million
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Stephen Drew on Monday, the first deadline day of baseball's
While the Red Sox victory tour continues to roll with stops at Gillette Stadium, Sox "shave offs", appearances on David Letterman and God only knows where Mike Napoli is right now, the World Series champions have now been captured in an art form known as "brickimation."
Things have officially gone too far.
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