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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Brian Butterfield
The Red Sox had a big lead in last year's opener at Yankee Stadium. Still, Dustin Pedroia slid headfirst trying to beat out his grounder.
Red Sox fans who're members of the military are getting a special viewing of the 2013 World Series trophy courtesy of one of the team's big fans - author Stephen King.
"I get chill bumps when I start talking about him," Butterfield said.
"It was the most impressive thing I watched all year. The thumb was totally black," third-base and infield coach Brian Butterfield said Monday. "He didn't want anybody to know about it."