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Road Trip #1 - Chris Carpenter, Ryan Kalish and Mark Melancon
Road Trip #2 - Andrew Bailey, Craig Breslow, Pedro Ciriaco and Ryan Lavarnway
Ryan Lavarnway and Pedro Ciriaco meet with a patient at Vermont Children's Hospital to start Day 1 of the Red Sox Holiday Road Trip
Creating Smiles and Creating Memories at Fletcher Allen.
"Dude its spaghetti" - Pedro Ciriaco
Raising the Red Sox flag at the Vermont State House
Token Vermont t-shirt souvenir at the airport.
We coordinated a visit to the Orchard School in South Burlington via Twitter.
We had a great day visiting with kids at the Briarwood Children's House in Lyman and the Canal School in Westbrook.
We had a great day visiting with kids at the Briarwood Children's House in Lyman and the Canal School in Westbrook.
We had a great day visiting with kids at the Briarwood Children's House in Lyman and the Canal School in Westbrook.
We had a great day visiting with kids at the Briarwood Children's House in Lyman and the Canal School in Westbrook.
Spreading holiday cheer at Yale New Haven Children's Hospital.
"This is the best day of my life" said this patient after meeting the Red Sox.
Pedro Ciriaco and Wally even got a hug from a Yankee fan at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Ryan Lavarnway surprised his little brother Blake at Branford High School. They were paired up as part of the Big Brothers of America Program in 2006 when Ryan was a student at Yale.
We stopped by New Haven's legendary Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana for some delicious pizza.
Thanks to the ESPN Technology team, we got a great tour of the ESPN Bristol campus.
Wally helps paint a room at Families in Transition in Concord, New Hampshire.
Chris Carpenter signs an autograph for a young fan at Families in Transition. The organization supports families transitioning from homlessness.
Ryan Kalish surprised longtime Red Sox fan and 87-years young Margaret at her home in Hookset. The visit was coordinated via Facebook from Margaret's daughter.
SWAT team Wally the Green Monster reporting for duty at the Manchester, NH police department.
Ryan Kalish, Chris Carpenter and Mark Melcanon test their fear of heights in the Manchester, NH fire department ladder truck.
Wally meets a new friend at Hasbro Children's Hospital.
Who's the creative one in the bunch? Carpenter, Kalish, Melancon join for art time.
It was mostly smiles all around...
Until we met one little guy who wasn't as excited to see us!
The Providence College softball team requested a visit via Twitter so we stopped in to see the Friars.
Ryan Lavarnway reads "Hello Wally" to kids at the Rainbow Child Development Center in Worcester.
Say Cheese!!
After getting the truck driver to honk, Ryan Lavarnway informs him the toll is courtesy of the Red Sox.
Mark Melancon mans the Allston Brighton tolls as the Red Sox gave commuters an early holiday treat with free tolls.
We had to pull Ryan Kalish out of the tollbooth. He loved interacting with drivers.
Thank you to the Worcester Fire Department for keeping our communities safe.
Red Sox Manager John Farrell joins the Holiday Road Trip to visit Boston Children's Hospital and The Jimmy Fund.
We tried to surprise Danielle at her office, but she answered the phone!
Pedro Ciriaco's spot bundled up in the back of the bus.