100-Year-Old Red Sox Fan Throws Out First Pitch at Fenway | AARP





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Published on Apr 6, 2012

Life-long Red Sox fan Bill Hogan Jr. has trained for months to throw out the first pitch opening weekend at Fenway Park on April 14, 2012. Hogan turns 100 on the 14th and Fenway Park will be celebrating its 100th year all season long.

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100-Year-Old Red Sox Fan Throws Out First Pitch at Fenway | AARP


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