Found November 30, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Red Sox have been doing plenty of good this week, and they wrapped up that tour of goodwill in a big way on Friday paying a visit to some very special people. Manager John Farrell as well as some players and Wally the Green Monster dropped by the Jimmy Fund and Children’s Hospital in Boston on Friday, as the final leg of the Red Sox Holiday Road Trip. Pedro Ciriaco, Ryan Kalish, Ryan Lavarnway, Mark Melancon and Chris Carpenter were all in attendance as members of the club passed out stuffed animals and met with the children while posing for photographs during the visit. As you could imagine, the visit was very well-received, leaving smiles on the faces of many. Click here to see photos from the Red Sox’ trip to Children’s Hospital >>
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