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Fred E. Lynn
6/5/1928 – 2/20/2020
Freddie The Fox passed away peacefully on Thursday surrounded by family. He lived life to the fullest and loved his friends and family unconditionally.
LATEST FRED LYNN NEWS & INTERVIEWS…
Fred Lynn Joins MLB’s High Heat To Discuss of Red Sox/Yankees Brawl ’76
Fred Lynn joins High Heat May 20, 2021 High Heat Fred Lynn joins High Heat to talk about the epic Yankees, Red Sox brawl started
The Baseball Rabbi Podcast: The Baseball Rabbi Interviews Fred Lynn
Check out another wonderful podcast interview with Fred Lynn. The Baseball Rabbi asked Fred some great questions, and a fun interview. Check it out here:
PART 2: Success Made to Last with Fred Lynn, Boston Red Sox Hero with Tim Moore
Fred Lynn sat down with Tim Moore , the host of Success Made to Last. This was their second of two interviews. Enjoy! Listen to
Over The Monster: All-Time Red Sox Roster: Fred Lynn 05/26/2020
Original Article here: https://www.overthemonster.com/2020/5/26/21270292/all-time-boston-red-sox-roster-fred-lynn All-Time Red Sox Roster: Fred Lynn Lynn was perfect for Fenway Park and he’s perfect as the starter in center for
Sports Rivals Podcast: Fred Lynn and Lou Piniella Talk 1978
Here is a great article About Gary Thorne's podcast on the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry. http://www.sportsbroadcastjournal.com/gary-thornes-podcasts-go-deep-into-rivalries-like-red-sox-yankees-fred-lynn-and-lou-piniella-talk-1978/ Here is the actual podcast with Fred and Lou;
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Thomas Kane wrote and performed this amazing melody. Tommy Kane was from Bayridge Brooklyn. He was one of Fred’s biggest fans and he did it in New York City. He watched all of Fred’s greatest moments from his living room. Tommy Kane passed away in 2011 due to cancer. We all miss him and to his friends and family, here is our dedication to such a great fan of Fred.