Found April 20, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Jose Canseco
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Jose Canseco is back in Boston, and he's here for the party. The slugger, who played for the Red Sox in 1995 and 1996, has returned to the Hub to take part in the club's 100th anniversary celebration for Fenway Park. "Ok haters and army of immortals," Canseco tweeted. "Cats out of the bag. I'm here for the red sox 100th anniversary. Glad to be back and at fenway." Apparently, Canseco is also expecting his return to create quite a stir. "I hope a riot doesn't start at fenway when they announce me today," he tweeted, adding that he was...
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