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Alan Dershowitz and friends talk Sox in NYC

From left: Alan Dershowitz, Jeffrey Lyons, and Larry Ruttman at the 92nd Street Y in New York.

Marty Appel

From left: Alan Dershowitz, Jeffrey Lyons, and Larry Ruttman at the 92nd Street Y in New York.

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Three prominent BoSox fans were behind enemy lines this week as Brookline’s Larry Ruttman, author of the new book, “American Jews and America’s Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball,” Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, and film critic Jeffrey Lyons got together at New York’s 92nd Street Y to talk baseball from a Boston perspective. . . . In town to see his son graduate from Boston University, ”Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston stopped for a bite at Joe Milano’s Union Oyster House. . . . Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis will receive an honorary degree at this weekend’s Suffolk University commencement, and he’ll also be handing a diploma to his daughter, Kaitlyn Davis, who’s graduating.

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