Why the Jury Box?

Honey Fitz and 1914 Braves Rooters

The old Braves Field in Boston had a bleacher section in right field that was dubbed the “Jury Box” after one game when only a dozen people were sitting there.

The Jury Box, like Duffy’s Cliff at Fenway, exists only in memory today. I used to live on the site of the former Braves Field grandstand and my view looked out over where the Jury Box used to be.

Were the ghosts of a dozen old spectators still convening there? This virtual meeting place aims to offer commentary as discerning on the game at hand.


3 responses to “Why the Jury Box?

  1. New year, new blog you.

    Looks good! WordPress is supposed to be an excellent blogging platform.

  2. Hi, Amy ~ You win the prize as first commenter. Thanks for your continued patronage!

  3. The first 12 should get a prize maybe?

    I love my little blue monster icon, thanks.

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