Redsox Nation Packed and Ready to Rule the Coliseum

Michael CaissieCorrespondent IDecember 13, 2007

Trained gladiators, convicted criminals, and wild animals...I'd say RedSox Nation has been apply described!   

Pack your bags, get the neighbors to watch after the kids and the pets, and hop that plane from Logan to LAX.  March 29th is months away, but Redsox fans have already started planning their itenary for the exhibition game slated between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Sox at the Coliseum. 

They will be serving beer, right? 

With all of the proceeds benefiting the official Dodgers charity, ThinkCure, and the historic nature of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, a mere 3,000 miles of America the beautiful certainly won't keep Redsox Nation away.
Of course, Boston fans haven't forgetten about Joe Torre either.  He can move across the country, but we still look forward to beating him.

Bring an old and familiar foe, donning a new cap and jersey, and Boston fans will still come to the game with the same conflicted emotions of respect and disdain. So open up the historic coliseum, and the Nation will do their part to ensure their red is the majority, mixed with the blue in the 90,000 plus venue. 

Put up the 42-foot screen in left field, and let Manny be Manny in the hopes that he'll do his best Wally Moon impersonation and give us his version of a "moon shot."

March 29th, 2008 is merely an exhibition game—but it's only 113 days away. And if Redsox fans know anything, it's that there's no such thing as the offseason in Boston

The Nation is packed and ready, and impatiently counting down the days to contributing to this historic event.