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Cops: DNA evidence helped in ‘Puppy Doe’ abuse case Dogged justice. Supporters of “Puppy Doe” showed up to court yesterday, and social media users had some harsh words for the suspect. The former Quincy man who is accused of torturing and abandoning a dog that came to be known as “Puppy Doe” earlier this year was tracked down thanks in part to DNA evidence that authorities said linked him to the crime. Radoslaw Czerkawski, 32, pleaded not guilty yesterday in Quincy District Court to 11 counts of cruelty to animals as well as misleading investigators. He was ordered held on $500,000 bail. Prosecutors said that DNA evidence helped them charge Czerkawski with the crime. Czerkawski was working as a caretaker for an elderly woman in her Whitwell Street home in Quincy earlier this year when the abuse allegedly happened, authorities said. “DNA material taken from the interior of … Whitwell Street in Quincy, MA. has been linked to DNA extracted by Dr. Martha Smith-Blackmore from ‘Puppy Doe,’” investigators wrote in a police report. The pit bull-type dog nicknamed “Puppy Doe” was found Aug. 31 in Quincy. The approximately 1-year-old dog was less than half of what her weight should have been. She also had various wounds and her tongue was purposely cut to look like a serpent’s tongue.

Toni Foley of Quincy stands outside of Quincy District Court with her pet dog in support of “Puppy Doe.” / JEREMIAH ROBINSON, METRO Social media outrage Animal lovers are clamoring for what they consider to be justice in the “Puppy Doe” case by wishing torture and death on the man who investigators believe is responsible for a heinous act of animal cruelty. •

“I hope they torture him in jail & then he burns in hell!” Facebook user Kristie Swope McCarty wrote on a Facebook page titled, “Help find the torturers of Puppy Doe.”

Twitter users weren’t any nicer.

“The suspect in the #PuppyDoe case should be put to death. Who cares about his life? Not me,” tweeted user @goingFlynnsane.

Fellow Twitter user @JoanneTruchon posted, “Hoping Radoslaw Czerkawski gets the abuse a million-fold he inflicted on #PuppyDoe.”

“We don’t understand a motive. Who has a motive for something like this?” Chief Paul Keenan Quincy police

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Because her injuries were so severe, she had to be put down. Quincy Police Chief Paul Keenan said that investigators believe the abuse happened over the course of weeks and that Czerkawski had the dog for about four months. Mary Nee, the president of the Animal Rescue League of Boston, said yesterday that the case was one of the worst instances of dog abuse she’s seen. People outraged by the abuse showed up to the courthouse yesterday with signs and their dogs. At one point they chanted “Justice for Puppy Doe” and applauded police and authorities who worked on the case. When the Norfolk district attorney told reporters outside the courthouse that Czerkawski deserved a fair trial, the “Puppy Doe” supporters groaned and some shouted, “Yeah, right.” Keenan said he couldn’t offer an explanation for why Czerkawski allegedly abused the dog. “We don’t understand a motive,” Keenan said. “Who has a motive for something like this? I think it was probably just a sick individual. We really can’t explain that. There’s been nothing through our investigation that’s indicated any kind of a motive.” What’s more, New Bedford Police said yesterday that Czerkawski will face charges there because they said he stole $6,000 from a church in a larceny scheme last year. He allegedly told the church that he wanted to become a pastor, police said.

the site. The changes are a relief for traditional stores, who have fought to have the tax placed on e-retailers since last year. Store owners said they are at a disadvantage since they have to charge sales tax, while online retailers do not. METRO

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An attorney for Azamat Tazhayakov, who allegedly covered for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, wants a judge to allow the release of court documents against his client. METRO

Jared Remy, son of beloved Boston Red Sox broadcaster and former second baseman Jerry Remy, is set to go on trial on Oct. 7, 2014, for the alleged murder of his girlfriend Jennifer Martel. The date was set yester-

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CapeFlyer summer rail service to run annually Boston to the Cape. Transportation officials applaud the success of CapeFlyer’s 2103 run. Seasonal weekend rail service between Boston and Hyannis will be offered annually as transportation officials look

into the feasibility of offering year-round CapeFlyer service, Gov. Deval Patrick announced yesterday. The announcement follows this year’s successful run from Memorial Day through Columbus Day, which saw ridership of 16,586 and fare revenue totaling more than $290,000. As a result, MassDOT will launch a study that examines whether

the train should do year-round runs. The agency also plans to add a Wareham stop to the line. “The CapeFlyer provides an excellent opportunity for people to have a convenient and relaxing ‘car-free’ trip to enjoy the beaches, restaurants, shopping and recreational opportunities that the Cape and Islands have to offer during the summer,” said Cape Cod Regional

Transit Authority Administrator Thomas S. Cahir. “We look forward to working with the Patrick administration and our partners to continue to provide new mobility options while reducing congestion.”

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Votes to decide name for new zoo zebra The newest addition to the Franklin Park Zoo has plenty of stripes but it doesn’t have a name. A Facebook poll is being conducted by the zoo to name the Grevy’s zebra foal and it could end up with a name inspired by Red Sox stars. The four choices are Papi, Koji, Jakobi — which is a word used in west Africa meaning star and is also similar to Sox outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury — and Hodari, a Swahili word meaning strong and powerful. METRO

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Cops: Man slams woman’s head to sidewalk during Roxbury robbery A man accused in a violent attack in Roxbury in which police say he slammed a woman’s head into a sidewalk and stole her iPad was arraigned on Monday. James Keane, 47, pleaded not guilty to various charges and was ordered held on $5,000 bail, according to the Suffolk district attorney’s office. The incident took place at about 2 p.m. Oct. 13 just outside a Roxbury pharmacy. METRO

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Quincy firefighters battle an early morning wildfire on five acres of land within the Blue Hills Reservation in Quincy, off of Wampatuck Road yesterday. Fire crews in Boston also battled a brush fire yesterday in West Roxbury near Enneking and Turtle Pond parkways. Firefighters used special lightweight hoses to maneuver through the woods while fighting the brush fires. / JEREMIAH ROBINSON, METRO


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With the push for a minimum wage hike getting its loudest support in the Senate, House Speaker Robert DeLeo said he may want to couple any hike in the wage floor with reforms to unemployment insurance paid by businesses so that both workers and employers will benefit under the bill. SHNS

Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown has registered his People’s Seat PAC in New Hampshire, further riling Granite State Democrats who have been watching Brown’s every move believing he may be gearing up for a run in that state. SHNS

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Boston man guilty of stealing art, jewels A jury found a Boston man guilty for stealing $500,000 worth of jewelry and artwork from a Newton home in 2009. George Correa, 50, was sentenced to 25 years in prison, the Middlesex district attorney’s office said yesterday. METRO

Casino race

Suolk vetting of Ceasar’s questioned Suffolk Downs officials appeared yesterday before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and discussed lessons learned by its failed partnership with Caesars Entertainment, which has been linked to organized crime. Next week, Boston and Revere voters will decide whether to turn the track into a resort casino. SHNS

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Climate ready. City oďŹƒcials hope to avoid ooding brought on by climate change. On the one year anniversary of superstorm Sandy, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino yesterday gave an update on the Hub’s strides in climate change preparedness since February, when he announced new measures to protect the city from rising tides and storm surges. “Over the past two decades, we have achieved a remarkable amount of success in our climate preparedness and mitigation work here in Boston. ... I’m proud of our continued progress towards being the greenest city in the United States,â€? Menino said at the New England Aquarium. Since February, the Boston Redevelopment Authority has

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Mayor Thomas Menino speaks on the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy to announce the city’s climate action progress. / JEREMIAH ROBINSON, METRO

surveyed the climate preparedness of new developments and existing buildings, officials said. The Environment Department is drafting a new local wetlands ordinance and the Inspectional Services Department and Boston Public Health Commission have enhanced outreach and enforcement for flood-proofing. Menino also said that the city

continues to make progress in reducing its carbon emissions. Since 2005, when officials began measuring the city’s greenhouse gas emissions, Boston has reduced annual emissions by roughly 27 percent.

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If Hurricane Sandy had hit just five hours earlier at high tide, 6 percent of the city would have been “inundated with flooding.� City officials have set a goal of reducing community-wide greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent by 2020 and 80 percent by 2050. Between 2005 and 2012, Boston has reduced its annual greenhouse emissions from city operations by about 51,000 metric tons or 27 percent. Officials said the reduction is equivalent to removing roughly 10,000 cars off the road each year.

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Amy Poehler talks turkey Interview. The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Free Birdsâ&#x20AC;? voice star on time travel and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parks and Recreation.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parks and Recreationâ&#x20AC;? star Amy Poehlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s latest feature film venture, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Free Birds,â&#x20AC;? follows a pair of turkeys using a stolen time machine to steer the first Thanksgiving menu away from their ancestors. (She plays a love interest.) But Poehler has plenty to concern herself with in the present day. We spoke with her just before some good and bad news broke for her. First, she and Tina Fey were announced to host the Golden Globes for the next two years. Second, NBC was pulling â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parks and Recreationâ&#x20AC;? from its schedule for three weeks. Still, at least the government shutdown is over. Even considering the main characters are turkeys, is this the best use for time-travel

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Yep, NBC has supported us by keeping us on. We appreciate that. I would rather do the show than not do the show â&#x20AC;&#x201D; thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve learned. So many shows have come and gone while weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been there. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re kind of like the patient who watches the other patients die on the table. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been lucky. Certainly itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tough sometimes to just not know your fate all the time, and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve certainly never been a show where we knew our fate. But because of that I think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just made us put our heads down and try to control the things we could, which was the work and the writing and the show. How do you think your

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Interest rates are creeping up, and you’re tired of throwing away your paycheck on rent. More and more, home ownership feels right for you — even in this market. But before you start scanning listings, Gary Malin, president of Citi Habitats in NYC, offers this advice.

Set a price “You should always set a price for which you’re willing to spend,” Malin says. “Obviously everyone wants to get a deal. But in this market, which is a hot, competitive market, with lots of potential buyers for very limited inventory, you may need to pay asking price or potentially above asking to secure the apartment of your dreams. So set a price point you’re willing to go to. Try to obviously get it to be less, but if you have to get to that price point, don’t get upset that you didn’t get what you perceived to be a deal.”

Have the papers ready “Have all your finances ready to go — you’ve gone to your mortgage broker, you’ve been prequalified, you know what you can afford, you have your down payment ready. You’ve done everything to put yourself in the best possible position to close quickly because you’ve done the due diligence before actually going out and

Are Pet Treats Made in China Killing our Pets? By Attorney George Warshaw erky, those tasty little strips made of chicken, duck or sweet potato, are loved by pets. A number of ones made in China, according to FDA reports, have caused 3,600 illnesses in dogs and cats and resulted in the deaths of some 600 dogs and 100 cats.

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About 60 percent of reports noted gastrointestinal problems in the animals, while about 30 percent pointed to significant kidney or urinary troubles, the FDA report noted. To keep your pets safe only buy products made in the U.S.A.. That may not be easy.

Study up “First and foremost, you need to [research and] understand the market conditions, which makes the process less scary for people,” he says. “Once they understand that there’s tight inventory, they understand that prices are a certain way.”

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“Before buying, you need to say to yourself, ‘Am I going to live here for at least five years?’ And if you don’t think so, maybe buying is not the appropriate decision now, because you have a lot of closing costs going in, and you also have a lot of closing costs going out.” Malin looking for a home. A lot of first-time homebuyers say, “Oh, I’m going to put my toe in the water.” What happens when you find the home of your dreams but you ended up losing it because you dragged your feet on all the other things that somebody else was more prepared to act on? I think if you’re going to make the decision to get into the market, you should go full-force. That doesn’t mean you have to buy anything, but you want to put yourself in the best possible position to succeed if you do find something that you want.”

fun with the process. If you take the process so seriously, issues that really aren’t issues — like a homeowner who isn’t negotiating with you — seem insurmountable. There are always ebbs and flows in the deal that ultimately work themselves out. But that’s why you have people there, like an attorney and broker, to guide you. So enjoy the process. Be proud of what you’re about to do, and rely upon the professionals there to keep an even keel, because if you get too emotional, it can make the process more frustrating.”

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“Speak to all the people you know that have bought,” Malin says. “Personal references are the best way for most things to happen. Find out if they had a good experience with the individual. Do some research on that individual. If the person is in the market and they work for a reputable firm, the most important thing is to see if that person is someone you can relate to and they can relate to you. You can really create the environment that you want. For instance, I’m a responsive human being. I get back to everyone that works with me very quickly. If I was going to be engaging a real estate broker the one thing that would be very important to me would be for them to understand the way I work. It makes a better working relationship.”

Try going into a major pet store and asking for help in finding U.S.A. made products. You’ll be surprised at how few there really are. China supplies much of what is on the shelves of our pet stores. The major brands of China manufactured treats are Waggin’ Train, Canyon Creek Ranch, and Milo’s Kitchen Home-style Dog Treats. Oddly, testing of products associated with these illnesses did not reveal any contaminants. However, Chinese officials refused to allow U.S. inspectors to collect samples for analysis in laboratories outside of China. Whatever the cause, it seems clear from reports that there is some connection to jerky treats from China. Report illnesses to the FDA at www.fda.gov. Google it for details. © 2013 George Warshaw.

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Louis Boston Speaking of green fashion, head over to Louis in the Seaport District tomorrow for eco-friendly jeweler Monique Péan’s trunk show. Louis also will be hosting a Jason Wu (who designed many of Michelle Obama’s chic frocks) trunk show tomorrow and Friday. Pop in for a preview of Wu’s Spring 2014 collection tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. RSVP required; events@louisboston.com. 60 Northern Ave., Boston, 617-262-6100 www.louisboston.com

INTERMIX Chestnut Hill will soon welcome multi-brand, specialty retailer INTERMIX, which opens on Nov. 15. Stop by for an opening party on Nov. 20, hosted by former Stuff mag editor-in-chief and current The Real Real Boston style guru Erica Corsano. Champagne and light apps will be served, an exclusive Jen Zuener bracelet will be available for purchase and guests can snag gift bags with stylish treats. 55 Boylston St., Suite 3300, Chestnut Hill, www. intermixonline.com

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South Boston shoppers have something new to Covet DIY style. Hip, new consignment shop opens in Southie. Before Hanadi Hamzeh opened Covet, a brand new consignment shop in South Boston, she was working in a lab at Mass General Hospital. A Northeastern grad with a degree in medical laboratory science might seem like an unlikely candidate for the job of sole proprietor, buyer and style arbiter of a hip downtown boutique, but if you ask Hamzeh, fashion has been in her blood for as long as she can remember. We caught up with the 27-year-old shortly after the soft opening of her new store to talk shop and personal style. How hard was opening a brick and mortar on your own? Everything has been a learning experience for me. Opening a regular boutique is really risky. Not for nothing, I don’t pay full price for anything. I love to shop and I love good deals. I don’t think it’s fair if I

open a shop and sell all these full-price clothes when that’s not the way that I shop. So I asked myself, “Where would I want to shop?” And, I thought a consignment store, what a perfect idea. Did you do it all DIY? Everything was me! All my mannequins, my ottoman, my mirror — a lot of this stuff is second hand because I’m a green shop and it’s a consignment store. My motto is “lets act like it.” Consignment in itself is green already. You’re reusing clothes. Scouring Craigslist for these secondhand racks and mannequins was a pain in the butt, it’s so much easier to buy new stuff, but it was totally worth it. Our light fixtures are energy efficient, all of our paper products including receipts, bags, they are all recycled materials. I tried to make it a really happy shop. We try to be budget friendly, eco-friendly and ethical. I’m not selling fur. And, my dog is here at all times with me. She’s a Chihuahua named Olive. How was opening day? It was wonderful. Women

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What are some of the standards you have when you’re looking for pieces? Condition is number one. It all has to be in great condition. But other than that it’s all modern, fun pieces. Things that when girls walk in they look through the rack, they get excited about it. There’s a smattering of vintage in here as well, and that’s exciting. You know, things that are just fun and exciting and fashion forward. Colorful. Stuff that sparks people’s interest. Obviously designer brands. kept coming up to me and saying, “We’ve been waiting for you to come.” There aren’t any boutiques on this side of Southie. They’re all on the east or west sides. I really try to curate the clothing so that everything is modern and in great condition. How about price points? I price things the way I would shop. I’m a bargain hunter. At the end of the day, If

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something was priced for $600, no one is going to pay that. I try my best to make everything reasonable, around $25-75. Who’s your target shopper? The best part about consignment is that you cater to everyone. I can cater to a mother and her daughter. Because the consigners are both 20-year-olds and 55and 60-year-olds. You don’t necessarily have niche. The

What are the staple items that you would spend more on, that every woman should have in her closet? Women should always invest in their bag and their shoes. As long as you have a great bag and great shoes, but your dress comes from Forever 21, you’re fine. In the winter of course, it’s your jacket. These are items where luxury shows. With a beautiful, well-made, well-fitting coat it is going to do wonders, and make you look way more amazing than a cheap coat. Some things you can pretend, some things you can’t. Like an $80 T-shirt? Can you really tell that the T-shirt is $80? I don’t think so. Describe your style? I really like high quality clothes, but I guess my style is a little boho. Very relaxed — Boston BOHO. Still clean cut, but like Boston — certainly not like L.A.

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Trans fat Watch out for trans fat in candy and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be fooled if the packaging boasts zero grams. Hari says that if the candy has less than 0.5 grams of trans fat, the company is allowed to write â&#x20AC;&#x153;0 g trans fatâ&#x20AC;? on the label. But even in such small quantities, Hari says trans fat

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Food coloring Yellow 5, Yellow 6, Blue 1, Blue 2 and Red 40 are all common ingredients in candies like gummy bears, Sour Patch Kids, Twizzlers and Skittles. The Center for Science in the Public Interest released a study linking these additives to hyperactivity, cancer and allergies. These food dyes require warning labels or are sometimes even banned in other countries, especially in Europe. Hari says she got hundreds of letters from parents who phased out artificial food dyes from their childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s diet. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They told me activity improved, their kids were able to focus and they were good in

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school,â&#x20AC;? says Hari, who started a petition drive on Change.org to remove artificial coloring from Kraft Macaroni & Cheese that already has more than 250,000 signatures.

High fructose corn syrup High fructose corn syrup is the most refined sugar available, and Hari points out that it also

is genetically engineered. She adds that the long-term risks of GMOs are still unknown. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kids shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be the guinea pigs,â&#x20AC;? Hari comments. High fructose corn syrup is linked to childhood obesity, heart disease and diabetes. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Your liver cannot process that fructose the way it would a natural sugar from cane juice or fruit juice or fruit,â&#x20AC;? she says.

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Sagittarius | Nov. 22-Dec. 21. You should take a challenge or unusual situation in stride. Don’t make a big deal. If you make a sudden change, you’ll gain the advantage.

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Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. You’ll spark interest in whatever you do. Share your outlook and intentions. A contract, settlement or investment will have a positive outcome. A better position is within your reach. Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Make a decision based on what you need, not what others want. Be strong and consider your motives. Justification will come through honesty. Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Do what you can for others, and you will get favors in return. Financial matters look positive, and investments will be worth your while. An unusual connection will blossom into a relationship. Aries | March 21-April 20. Research what you need to know before you plunge into a conversation that might affect your reputation. You can win or lose the confidence of others with your comments.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. What you share with others will lead to exciting activities, projects and proposals. Pay close attention to what’s going on at home. An emotional situation must be handled carefully. Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Refuse to let anyone railroad you into something that you don’t want to pursue. Ask questions, but avoid arguments. Look and listen carefully before making a major decision. Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Talk is cheap, but sometimes frugality is what’s called for. Stay within your budget, but offer something new and exciting, and you will have everyone entranced. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Your past professional performance and jobs that brought you the most joy will help you decide what direction to take now. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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itself? Lupita Nyong’o’s assertion that “America is made of immigrants. The AfricanAmerican slaves came from Africa, the white slave owners were Irish and German and English” isn’t completely accurate. In fact, African-Americans’ position in America is absolutely unique: We are the only people here who DIDN’T immigrate. Also many of us didn’t arrive as slaves, but that’s another subject. And for the actress to make a point of announcing that she is “middle class” was just, well, anything but.

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Even with series lead, no guarantees for Sox MLB. Boston sports fans are ready to party, but they’ve learned not to jump to any conclusions. Boston sports fans were in a similar position to the one they’re in today just a few years back. In June 2010, the Celtics were coming off a thrilling Game 5 victory over the archrival Lakers, and owned a 3-2 series lead in the NBA Finals. There were whispers of a parade and the Auerbach-style cigars were on stand-by, ready to be lit. Unfortunately for Boston fans, the Celtics were throttled in Game 6 in L.A.

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and the fatigued bunch let a lead crumble in the second half of Game 7 at the Staples Center. Lesson learned. Don’t get ahead of yourself. There’s more reason for optimism in this current Red Sox scenario, however. First, Games 6 and 7 are in Boston. Second, the Red Sox have looked like the superior team in this series nearly the whole way. In fact, many have already made the case that the series should already be over considering Game 3 ended in questionable fashion, with Jarrod Saltalamacchia tagging Allen Craig at home but not getting the call thanks to the lengthy legs of Will Middlebrooks. The Red Sox are, of course, playing things close to the vest given that the Cardinals

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have already won two games in a row in this series and have proven capable of winning at Fenway Park. “Provided we win one more,” Red Sox manager John Farrell said after Monday’s Game 5 victory regarding the excitement of being so close to a World Series crown. “The fact is we’re going home. Going back to a place that our guys love to play in, in front of our fans.

This atmosphere in (St. Louis), these three games have been phenomenal. We know it’s going to be equal to that, if not better (at Fenway). And we’re excited about going home in the position we are.” According to CBS Sports, the previous 62 times a World Series has been at 3-2, the team with the lead has won 66.1 percent of the time (41of-62). Those are pretty good odds. But, counting fried chickens (and beer) before they hatch (or are cracked) is something Boston fans have been taught not to do. The payoff is always sweeter with patience.

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