Found December 01, 2012 on NESN.com:
Every Red Sox has their own earliest moment that got them hooked on the team forever. NESN’s Jamie Erdahl talked to one fan that said that Red Sox radio broadcasts used to put her to sleep as a baby in her crib. The team his hoping this year’s games are a little more exciting. One team Red Sox fans may already be pumped up for is the Cleveland Indians, who come to town on May 23 for a four-game series. Fans will be able to welcome back old friend Terry Francona, who’s the new Indians manager. That’s not the only Red Sox connection that Cleveland has. Former Sox catcher Kevin Cash and former bench coach Brad Mills are on Francona’s staff, while former players Lars Anderson, Mike Aviles and Justin Masterson are on the Indians’ 40-man roster. Watch the video above to hear one fan’s story of how she became a Red Sox fan.
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