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Sox Legend Ted Lepcio stops by Dedham TV

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
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Former Red Sox Legend and Dedham Resident Ted Lepcio stopped by the DTV Studios this Summer to speak with Inside the Locker Room’s Jack Moran, and discuss his love for the game of baseball, and some of the mis-information that you might find about him on the internet. Ted even ventures into the discussion of the 2012 Red Sox, remarking that he watched every night, and they will turn it around in the second half.

The once former roommate of more notable Sox player and MLB Hall of Famer Ted Williams explains that baseball was more of a team sport in the 1940’s to the 1960’s. Players would go out together each night after every game, and Lepcio considered the Sox to be a family of players. More high profile players would stay home, or go out on their own, rarely joining the rest of the team for an evening of drinks and food.

Lepcio points out that many people write to him, and ask for autographs, while asking for stories of the past when they come across his baseball card in their collection. Ted was kind enough to sign some baseballs and bats for us, while happily taking pictures and telling us that he had a great time in studio.

We’re hopeful he’ll be back in the future to tell us more about his remarkable career.