Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 2/2/13

While some parents may have dreams of sports stardom for their newborn children, the parents of one Fenway Parks were pretty prophetic when they named their son. That’s right, a high school baseball player named Fenway Parks actually exists. Moreover, he’s apparently a pretty good player, too, considering that he’s being recruited by Mississippi, Nebraska and North Carolina according to PerfectGame.org. And, no, you don’t even have to ask. FoxNews.com reported in 2007 on an Indiana couple who named their child Wrigley Alexander Fields. No word on the five-year-old’s draft potential, as of yet. Check out a screenshot of Fields’ profile below. Photo via Twitter/Major League Baseball Photo of the Night Bourbon Street is always ready for a party. Quote of the Night “I would be hard-pressed to spell philosophical right now.” –49ers coach Jim Harbaugh in a Friday news conference Tweet of the Night Just some hockey humor for you. Not so Fasth, Viktor.— Dennis Bernstein (@DennisTFP) February 02, 2013 Video of the Night Oddly enough, Mike “Fluff” Cowan has never won a caddy race.

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