Found February 06, 2013 on NESN.com:
It was a chilly day in Boston on Tuesday, but it was also Truck Day, a reminder that spring (training) is right around the corner. If you’ve never heard of the Truck Day phenomenon, you might think it a bit of a strange tradition. Nonetheless, for many in Red Sox Nation it’s a chance to remind themselves that a new season is upon the Sox, and warmer days are around the corner. Larry Lucchino and Will Middlebrooks showed up, too, to take part in the festivities. Check out Jenny Dell‘s report for NESN Daily in the video above.
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