I know that given enough time, all of The Twenty-Five will eventually be gone. But now, it's really starting to hurt.
In memory of the hottest Red Sox third baseman ever, now a Dodger:
Whenever I think of Buelly, my first memory will be Joe Castiglione's call of his walkoff home run against Mariano Rivera on July 24, 2004:
3 and 1 to Mueller. One out, ninth inning. 10-9 Yankees. Runner at first. Here's the pitch. Swing and a high fly ball deep to right! Back goes Sheffield near the warning track near the bullpennnnn--and it is GOOOONNNNE! And the Red Sox have won it! On a walk-off two-run homer! By Bill Mueller! Off Mariano Rivera, can you believe it. The Red Sox win it 11 to 10, they're mobbing Mueller at home plate.
I'm not going to lie to you, folks. Posting that made it get a little dusty in here all of a sudden.