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Red Sox fans would rather wave goodbye to towel-waving at Fenway

TOM KEANE’S article about the towel handout at Fenway last week, and largely unsuccessful attempts to get fans to wave them during a playoff game, was right over the center of the plate (“Throw out the towel, Sox fans,” Op-ed, Oct. 19).

When I received mine, I wondered for a split second why they were handing out towels. Realizing almost immediately that it was a perfect bowling towel, I’ve already used it.

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Thank you, Red Sox. Now if we could eliminate “Sweet Caroline” we’d be another step closer to perfection.

Steve Feingold

Middleton

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