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Red Sox Book Signing-"Idiot­s Revisited" by Ian Browne of MLB.com

  • Hudson Grille

    120 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA (map)

    33.757000 -84.393036

  • On the front porch....then again how could you miss us.
  • FOR only $15 get a personalized autographed copy of "Idiots Revisited" by it's author IAN BROWNE. 

    Pre-Order books through PayPal at [masked]       especially if you can't attend.  Make a great gift for every Red Sox fan.

    Catching Up With the Red Sox Who Won the 2004 World Series, by Ian Browne with foreword by David Ortiz.         From Tilbury House of Thomaston, ME 

    For 86 years, the Red Sox labored under the Curse of the Bambino, never winning a World Series. Then in 2004, a group of self-proclaimed "Idiots" banished the curse in rare style, first defeating the Anaheim Angels 3-0 to win the division, then overcoming a 3-0 deficit to beat the infamous New York Yankees, and finally sweeping the St. Louis Cardinals 4-0. This book tells the story behind that amazing season through interviews with the men who changed Red Sox history forever.


    “While Red Sox Nation basks in the afterglow of 2013, Ian Browne sheds light on the most important Sox season of them all the 2004 season. This is the year that everything changed.”                                                                                          —Dan Shaughnessy, co-author, FRANCONA: The Red Sox Years


    “Ian’s storytelling capability, coupled with his near perfect utilization of player anecdotes, makes for a comfortable read that had me forgetting that I was on my living room couch, deep in nostalgic thought.” —Gabe Kapler


    Ian Browne (@IanMBrowne)                                                         Currently -  Sportswriter at MLB.com                                      Red Sox beat writer at MLB Advanced Media                        Red Sox beat writer at Major League Baseball Advanced Media

    Past -Writer at SportsLine.com                                                           Staff Writer at SportsLine USA                                              Writer at Boston Globe

    Graduate of Northeastern University  1990 – 1995


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