SJR 1 – FINAL VERSION
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 1
SPONSORS: Sen. Barnes, Dist 17; Sen. Boyce, Dist 4; Sen. Bragdon, Dist 11; Sen. Burling, Dist 5; Sen. Fuller Clark, Dist 24; Sen. Clegg, Dist 14; Sen. D’Allesandro, Dist 20; Sen. Eaton, Dist 10; Sen. Estabrook, Dist 21; Sen. Flanders, Dist 7; Sen. Foster, Dist 13; Sen. Gallus, Dist 1; Sen. Gatsas, Dist 16; Sen. Gottesman, Dist 12; Sen. Green, Dist 6; Sen. Hassan, Dist 23; Sen. Johnson, Dist 2; Sen. Kenney, Dist 3; Sen. Larsen, Dist 15; Sen. Letourneau, Dist 19; Sen. Martel, Dist 18; Sen. Morse, Dist 22; Sen. Odell, Dist 8; Sen. Roberge, Dist 9
This joint resolution declares April 2005 to be Boston Red Sox Month.
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Five
A RESOLUTION declaring the month of April 2005 to be Boston Red Sox Month.
Whereas, after being 3 outs from elimination in the 2004 Major League Baseball playoffs; and
Whereas, after trailing the New York Yankees 3 games to none in the 2004 American League Championship Series; and
Whereas, after being the first team in the history of Major League Baseball to come back from a 3 games to none deficit to win a championship; and
Whereas, with their World Series victory, the Boston Red Sox avenged their 1946 and 1967 World Series losses to the St. Louis Cardinals; and
Whereas, with their victory, the Boston Red Sox have placed the label of “greatest choke in the history of professional sports” on the New York Yankees; and
Whereas, with their victory, the Boston Red Sox have ended 86 years of suffering for the people of New England; now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:
That April 2005 be declared Boston Red Sox Month in New Hampshire; and
That the New Hampshire general court hereby salutes the entire Boston Red Sox organization for bringing a World Series championship to New England; and
That copies of this resolution be sent by the senate clerk to the Boston Red Sox organization with the request that it be prominently displayed in Fenway Park.
Approved: April 11, 2005