Pats are done, it's time to think Red Sox

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January 23, 2013, 8:51 am
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(NECN) - The Patriots are done, the Celtics have returned to a losing streak, and the Boston Bruins are just getting going in their abbreviated season. Many New England fans are already thinking about the Boston Red Sox and the upcoming baseball season.

Red Sox players Jonny Gomes, David Ross, Ryan Kalish, and Daniel Nava will tour Boston  onWednesday, visiting sites from Bunker Hill to Beacon Hill and from Copley Square to Kenmore Square. Traveling by truck, trolley, and train, they will meet fans, sign autographs, take photographs, and start the day by serving hot chocolate and donuts.

From the tour to spring training - Dr. Charles Steinberg, Senior Advisor to Boston Red Sox President and CEO Larry Lucchino, joined "The Morning Show" to discuss latest news in Red Sox Nation.

Watch the attached video for the entire discussion.

Tags: mlb, red sox, baseball, Boston Red Sox, sports, the morning show, Dr. Charles Steinberg
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