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Below are two more video interviews I was able to get (along with my trusty camera man, Matt), during last Friday’s PawSox Media Luncheon.
Alex Hassan – OF
A Milton, Ma. native, Alex has enjoyed a productive offseason after suiting up in the prospect driven Arizona Fall League where he played for Scottsdale under PawSox manager Arnie Beyeler. If for no other reason, you should click play to learn about his backyard as a kid.
Luis Exposito – C
After spending all of 2011 with the PawSox, Exposito will return to Pawtucket to begin 2012. Learn what he’s aiming to improve upon this year and how being bilingual helps him catch.
Tonight I’ll be attending the Boston Baseball Writers Dinner at the The Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston. I’ll be sure to take some pics and post them on the blog tomorrow. My plan is to then post my final two interviews with Arnie Beyeler and Red Sox Director of Player Development Ben Crockett on Saturday.
The 35th annual PawSox Hot Stove League Party was a great success. A big thanks goes out to everyone who helped make it possible. If you weren’t able to make it, below are some photos I took throughout the night.
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PawSox pitcher Brandon Duckworth answers a fan’s question during the Q&A portion of the evening. Catcher Luis Exposito is to his left, pitcher Alex Wilson to his right.
Everyone who attended the Q&A session then had the opportunity to get autographs from all three players.
Fans listening to the players answer their questions. The room you see is actually the PawSox batting tunnel that was cleared out for the event.
In the PawSox clubhouse manager Arnie Beyeler and outfielder Alex Hassan held a Q&A session of their own followed by autographs.
I had a great time at my first PawSox Hot Stove League party. On Monday I’ll post some of the video interviews I did with the players during the Media Luncheon that day. Have a great weekend, stay warm, and enjoy the NFL playoffs.