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|Bald and beautiful in Beantown.|
|'Cowboy Up' marketing will take Boston money west. But sign language is still free.|
|Theo Epstein has the Red Sox singing a different tune.|
Good choice. Keep goin'.OK. Creed: "Weathered." And Three Doors Down: "When I'm Gone." I can see it now ... Monster Ballads B-sides, as seen on TV. 5. Do you have any regrets about coining the infectious catch-phrase, "Cowboy Up"? You know what? I have NONE. You're not even a little sick of it? Umm, no, not really. I mean, I think the team and the fans, we all had so much fun with it. It was a good time. Have you or the Sox tried to copyright it, like Pat Riley and "Threepeat"? Yeah, but it was already copyrighted by a cowboy about 30 years ago. They looked into it, but it was too late. What do you think about the Patriots biting off your lingo these days? Is that OK by you? See now, "Eskimo Up" probably hasn't been copyrighted yet, so they should get on that. As far as infringement, it's the same city, so we're alright. The Pats can use it. 6. Any new hairstyles to break out this season? I think this year, if we do get to the Promised Land, I'm going to try and break out the mohawks. I saw Jack McDowell at a convention last week, and he had a mohawk. I said, "THAT will be the 2004 Sox in the playoffs!"
|We all know Mia was the downfall for Nomar and the Sox last year.|
|There's no pain like Red Sox pain.|