By Kelly O’Connor of sittingstill.net

So the Super Bowl’s over, you can’t stand hockey or basketball, and you hope summer’s here soon. What’s a guy to do? Prepare for baseball, of course!

  • It’s almost time to travel on down to Ft. Myers. But this time, there’s distinctly less noise surrounding the Sox. Which, in retrospect, may be exactly what they need. (Points of interest in Florida)

Baseball attendance has been on the rise in recent years. There’s no harm in getting a few more people to jump on the see-ball-hit-ball bandwagon.

Categories: Boston Red Sox Chris Carpenter J.D. Durbin Mike Napoli Peter Gammons Spring Training Terry Francona

Brett Cowett is a young, die-hard Red Sox fan. An undergrad at Arizona State University, Brett is studying digital journalism with a minor in Dustin Pedroia studies. Apart from laughing at Nick Swisher's escapades in the field, Brett enjoys the occasional sci-fi flick, playing Halo, and being snarky. Follow him at @BACowett for more baseball, random musings, and random baseball musings.

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