In a surprise move, Arqiumedez Pozo threw out the first pitch today at the 100th Anniversary of Boston’s Fenway Park due to complications between ownership and anyone ever associated with the Olde Towne Team.
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Pozo was rousted from his one room shack in Santo Domingo at approximately 5:45 this morning by Special Op forces deployed from Red Sox Nation. Expressing surprise at the last minute invitation, to the festivities, he joyfully exclaimed “Where you taking me? Why my hands bound” in broken English from underneath the hood placed over his head.
A career .189 hitter who hit his only home run in a Red Sox uniform, shuttled between Boston and Triple A Pawtucket from 1995 through 1997.
“We’re excited to have….Arquimedez back in the fold for this special day” said red Sox owner Tom Werner, checking something written on his hand at the announcement. “It’s a shame not everyone who has contributed to the storied history of this franchise could be here, but when you invite a bunch of soulless pill-grubbing fiends, petulant OCD addled shortstops, or fat tub of shit sluggers, you have to sort of expect these things”.
At game time, Theo Epstein, Terry Francona and Manny Ramirez were seen hammered at the Cask & Flagon.