Fenway dreams come true, courtesy of litl

Ever since I became a Red Sox fan during the season of 1987, when baseball cards had wooden borders, I dreamed of running on to the field at Fenway while my name was being announced. As I got older and started going to more and more games, that dream grew to one day sitting in a luxury suite at Fenway. Earlier this week, I learned that our generous CEO at litl had made a contribution in the company’s name to the Foundation to be Named Later, an organization run by Paul Epstein which raises money for charities. To coincide with the foundation’s upcoming Hot Stove Cool Music summer concert event, they had invited significant contributors to be honored at a pre-game ceremony and meet Theo Epstein and Peter Gammons. I will let the following video and photos tell the rest of the tail of one of the coolest experiences at Fenway I’ve ever had…

And now for the photos..

With Theo Epstein:
Theo Epstein

With Theo Epstein:
Peter Gammons

With Jay Santos, of Hell’s Kitchen, and Jordan Newman, of litl:
Jay Santos

Batter up

Thanks again to Jordan for accompanying me to the presentation, taking photos, and helping me represent litl so well!