When I first heard "Who's the Boss"-alum Alyssa Milano would be at the Red Sox Team Store next Saturday, I was truly perplexed. Isn't she from California? Wouldn't she be a L.A. Dodgers fan and a Manny sympathizer?
Then, I remembered. A-Mils launched a women's baseball clothing line in conjunction with the MLB last year called Touch. Oh, and she blogs. (Side note: A St. Louis Cardinals spaghetti-strap dress is a little much, n'est-ce pas?)
Touch Bermuda shorts with baseball logos on the back pockets aside, I'm sure Alyssa's a really nice person. Stop by the store from 5:30 to 6:30 pm to glimpse and possibly meet her.
[Alyssa Milano hearts baseball.]
Alternately, if you were never a "Who's the Boss" fan and just couldn't get into "Charmed" (me neither), the 2004 and 2007 World Series Trophies will be on display from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the store on the same day.
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