Have they ever played an Opening Day game in March?
Have they even been shutout at home on Opening Day?
And, of course, there’s nothing like a get-to-know-you cocktail at the Top of the Hub around sunset.
The first-date movie is an obvious move, but by at least the second or third date you’ll have a better sense of your date's cultural tastes.
How difficult / rare is a one-hundred (100 ) extra base hit season?
Even if you’re both longtime residents, chances are decent you’ve never hit the touristy-but-cool Skywalk Observatory at Prudential Center and taken in the city’s best views.
If money is tighter, hit the Observation Deck at Independence Wharf -- you just need an ID to head up to the 14th floor and watch planes come in for landing over the Boston Harbor.
So difficult that in the history of Major League Baseball it has only occurred fifteen (15) times by fourteen (14) different players.
A special congratulations to Todd Helton who is one of only two players (the other is Hall of Famer Chuck Klein) in Major League history with more than one-hundred extra base hits in a season twice during a career.
If Army is bowl-eligible, it will play in the Armed Forces Bowl.