This is the kind of photo that as a fan you look at and go, "Ooh, there he is, cool!" and then as a person you step back and think...if someone wanted to take my photo through a car window after I got off a 20-hour flight across an entire hemisphere of the planet, that person should probably hope I don't have access to a weapon.
Then again, I'm not pulling down $10 million a year.
Not only did Schilling and Tek show up to greet Matsuzaka, but apparently at least a handful of Red Sox fans showed up as well.
"We thought we'd just come out here to take a look at him. I'm glad they're getting some good pitching," said 46-year-old Mark Fairweather of Lincoln, who had his 8-year-old son, Nick, on his shoulders.
They took a private jet and landed at Hanscom airfield, and deplaned on the tarmac, and yet still we found them. Of course! And Daisuke got a taste of what to expect in Boston: we love you, but it's sometimes a Fatal Attraction sort of love.