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Felger & Mazz: Was There Too Much Sentiment Surrounding Sox?

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EPTEMBER 28: Carl Crawford #13 of the Boston Red Sox walks in the dugout with first base coach Ron Johnson #50 after a 4-3 loss against the Baltimore Orioles that ended their 2011 season. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

EPTEMBER 28: Carl Crawford #13 of the Boston Red Sox walks in the dugout with first base coach Ron Johnson #50 after a 4-3 loss against the Baltimore Orioles that ended their 2011 season. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

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Felger & Massarotti continued to the day picking their way through the Red Sox cesspool, with a little Spooky World sprinkled in.

After all the talk about fried chicken yesterday, Mazz brought some in for everyone. What went the fastest? You guessed it, the biscuits.

This October Fenway Park teamed up with Spooky World. Did the ownership plan this event knowing the Red Sox may not have made the playoffs?

Was the Red Sox front office more focused on showing soccer games as opposed to potential playoff games?

The guys went on to talk about sentiment with the Red Sox. Was Varitek’s “C” on his jersey necessary? As a “Captain,” what has Varitek done lately for this team?

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