Originally Posted by TomBradley72
It's not a whinefest- Boyer started off strong with interesting and unique marketing approaches and tactics- but for a number of years- the marketing and promotions strategy has become incredibly stale.
And you're right- it's just my opinion- Mullett Night is probably the "stalest" to me-
I've said it in another thread before, but if Boyer was in the same position of a finely tuned machine/organization, he'd be great. Unfortunately, the Sox are not a finely tuned machine/organization and could use some work.
He's so full of it too. Just go to B&B today and listen to hour one at about 19:00
to see what I'm talking about. He talks about wanting the fans to leave feeling like they've had a great experience. Having been many
other places in MLB to watch games, the Sox aren't even close to providing a great experience at the park.