Get Well, RemDawg

NESN Red Sox color commentator Jerry Remy is taking an indefinite leave of absence to fully recover from cancer surgery. A former smoker, Jerry hopes his experience serves as a cautionary tale about the risks of smoking.

Jerry began broadcasting Red Sox games for NESN in 1988 and has become an institution in New England. His ability to connect with fans is legendary, and many view him as one of the family. When he’s ready to return, his place in the booth will be waiting for him.

As Jerry recuperates and hopefully makes a speedy recovery, we invite you to send your well-wishes to him and his family or just share your favorite RemDawg moments.

Comments

By: Marie
Wed, 26 Aug 2009 02:32
Jerry, it’s so nice to hear you back in the booth with Don. Love to listen to you two – very entertaining!! Wish you well. Love the Red Sox anyway, but you two really make it a fun game to listen and watch.

By: Pat Bernardi
Sun, 23 Aug 2009 21:49
Wonderful having you back on Friday and you never missed a beat!! You’re looking great. Wishing you continued good health.

By: Randy Marceau
Sat, 22 Aug 2009 15:22
FROM RANDY & JAN;
GREAT TO SEE YOU BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN.
WE MISSED YOU

By: Debbie and Mpe
Sat, 22 Aug 2009 00:56
Such a wonderful evening to be listening to Remy and Don on the airways….thank you!

By: Pat & Dick Norton
Fri, 21 Aug 2009 21:58
My wife and I are 68 and 69 years old and have been Red Sox fans our entire life. We missed Jerry and wish him the best as he returns to the airways.
He is an upfront guy and will have a positive impact on other people who may be finding their way back to good health.
Welcome back,
Pat and Dick

By: carole pendergast
Thu, 13 Aug 2009 21:55
i didn’t get to finish. i want to thank you for coming out about your depression. it helps us who have it. i had tragedies losing 3 grandchildren and a daughter killed by a drunk driver and there were times when i felt like i’d never be right but hang in there, Jerry, it will get better. you have helped me so many times and we love you and miss you.

By: carole pendergast
Thu, 13 Aug 2009 21:49
Jerry, we miss you and Don with your bantering fun and its not the same without you although we love eck too. over the years i have been a red sox fan and used to go see them as a kid with my dad when ted williams was playing. i have suffered depression and you don’t know how many times when i’ve been down but watching the game you would make me laugh when you would start laughing and couldn’t stop!!!

By: margaret levesque
Thu, 13 Aug 2009 02:00
We’re sending our best wishes for a speedy recovery. My son and grandson go to all the opening games for the Red Sox and we’ve been to Muzzy Field in Bristol, CT, The Bristol Red Sox were so much fun and exciting to watch. You’re greatly missed in the booth. Come back soon and well. God bless you. Love the Levesque family.

By: Fred
Thu, 13 Aug 2009 01:23
Hi, Jerry,
I read the transcript from your interview today. I’m also a cancer survivor (I was diagnosed at 37 and I’m 45 now) and I understand the struggle you’re going through. First of all – thank you for honestly sharing some of those personal feelings. It does help to hear others share the same concerns. Second – as someone who has lived with cancer I have to tell you that as time passes you do think less about your condition. There are still very few days that I don’t think about it – but I’m more able to move those thoughts, which are mostly negative, to the back of my mind and move on with life. Feel good in the knowledge that now that your condition is known – doctor’s will be monitoring you very closely and can react before the condition re-occurs or get’s worse.

Lastly, I can’t wait to hear you again talking about the Sox.

Peace

By: Marcia Smith
Wed, 12 Aug 2009 23:15
Jerry,
We all miss you a great deal. We are praying for a speedy and complete recovery! I hope to see and hear you back with Don very soon!!!!

By: Marcia Smith
Wed, 12 Aug 2009 23:12
Jerry,
We all miss you and wish you a complete and speedy recovery. You are in our

By: Johnny D
Wed, 12 Aug 2009 01:22
Jerry,

My thoughts and prayers are with you durring your recovery. Stay strong and get well soon. God bless!

Johhny,
Stoneham MA

By: Steph Benoit
Tue, 11 Aug 2009 23:12
I wanted to begin by saying that my best friend has never been to a Red Sox game.

While we continue to watch every NESN broadcast (for many years now), we have decided NOT to attend his first game at Fenway Park game until Jerry returns. With that in mind, we are REALLY hoping NESN will update us on Jerry’s health. We (the fans) know this is all very personal and private, but I feel like a member of my own family is ill and nobody will tell me what’s going on.

I hope NESN realizes just how close to our hearts (and minds) Jerry is, and how not hearing any updates in MONTHS is very frustrating.

In case anyone hasn’t read the 1000+ responses above WE ALL MISS JERRY REMY VERY MUCH (sincerely) and we really do care.

Can we send him cards somewhere?
Can we petition to have a “Get Well Jerry Remy” Day at Fenway?

I know I’m not the only one thinking about these things!

My friends and I have never felt this way about anyone else in Broadcasting (no offense to Don or Eck) and I doubt that I, (at least) ever will again. A game without Jerry feels like a game without Hotdogs and Beer… incomplete.

GET WELL SOON JERRY!

P.S. NESN, PLEASE TELL US WHAT IS GOING ON!!!

By: richard m akins
Tue, 11 Aug 2009 15:03
Hi Jerry
Don needs you back NOW! I’m starting to think the Red Sox do too. You complete the team. Why dont we get updates???

By: Bob Gustafson
Sat, 08 Aug 2009 15:06
To Jerry Remy,
We send you our fervent wishes for your complete recovery and your speedy return to the booth. To say that you’re missed is like saying that the Grand Canyon is a big ditch.
Bob & Ravin Gustafson
Eastport, Maine

By: Dianne
Fri, 07 Aug 2009 20:42
Hey Rem Dawg, you are soooo badly missed. I think of you and what you have been going through all the time …. My husband and I both send prayers and thoughts to you and your family . We hope that your return is on the horizon. It would be great just to even see you for a few minutes in the booth. I would not expect to see you dance, or playing the air guitar. But seeing you would be soooo nice !!! You and Don Orsillo are a great pair. Dennis Eckersley has done well, but… your seat will not be the same until you are filling it !! Hurry Back. Soft Hugs, Dianne

By: Bee
Tue, 04 Aug 2009 20:13
Jerry, where are you? You are so sorely missed. I’m hoping you are continuing to mend and that you’ll be back soon. Something has been missing this year – we watch every game here at our house, and while others are trying, no one yet has filled your shoes. It’s just not the same or as enjoyable without you. Beyond the giggles, your insider knowledge and ability to predict plays is unmatched. Please give us an update – I know I’m not the only one worried about you here in The Nation. Prayers and good thoughts heading your way, as they have been all year.

By: Ryan Croteau
Tue, 04 Aug 2009 19:43
Red Sox Nation misses you the games are not the same without you. Hope your back soon

By: cindy
Sun, 02 Aug 2009 22:08
Jerry We All Miss You Get Well !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Games just are not the same Best Wished From the Cape …………..

By: The Frazee Family
Thu, 30 Jul 2009 19:59
Hi Jerry,

We wanted to wish you continued improvement with your health. We have missed you so,so much. Please know the RED SOX NATION thinks of you each and every day.

Take care,

The Frazees ( Not Harry’s family!)

By: Carl and Nancy Guastaferro
Thu, 30 Jul 2009 19:58
Jerry,
Nancy and I wish you a speedy recovery and look forward to your return to the telecasting booth.

By: Patricia
Thu, 30 Jul 2009 18:46
Jerry, you are sorely missed. A speedy recovery is wished for you. You and Don O are the BEST! Get well soon and hurry back!

By: The McKenna Family
Wed, 29 Jul 2009 19:48
The whole “Nation” misses Jerry. Does anyone know how he’s doing? Concerned fans.

By: Adam Hirst
Sun, 26 Jul 2009 03:33
I had not see a redsox game after you where gone

By: Sherry
Sun, 26 Jul 2009 00:37
We miss you Jerry! Baseball is not the same unless your there!! Please take care and come back soon!! God Bless you!
Sherry

By: STEVE
Sat, 25 Jul 2009 10:37
Jerry,
I know you’re going to beat this thing! And I’m looking forward to your coming back and doing color commentary with Don Orsillo. You two have to make the best broadcasting team in baseball and I look forward to when you’re together again. You’re not only informative but you make me laugh and enjoy the game the way it should be enjoyed.
See you soon,
Steve

By: Ellen
Fri, 24 Jul 2009 16:36
Jerry,
I hope you are feeling stonger every day and will be back soon….we miss your knowledge and sense of humor. I miss the games when you and Don laugh so hard you can’t speak….take care, get strong and come back.
Ellen

By: PHIL
Fri, 24 Jul 2009 15:40
Remdawg,

Sitting up and watching the red sox games is not the same without you in the booth. You and Don O. compliment
each other. Love your jokes. Miss the statistics and your insight to the game that only you bring when you are in
the booth.You and your family are in our prayers and wish you a speedy recovery.

By: Jeannie Graves
Thu, 23 Jul 2009 23:51
Wish you well Jerry!

By: sheila
Wed, 22 Jul 2009 01:29
My husband and I are always waiting for your return.

Until you do the games aren’t the same Being from Fall River

and my cousin Mike Krawetz Knowing you so well we feel we need to

send you as much love and prayers to get you back in the booth with

Don.. Much love to you, you can kick this!

By: Mary Dyer
Sat, 18 Jul 2009 01:12
Not the same, I do listen as there is not the fun that you added to the games. Hope they do well without you but more importantly, you get better and enjoy yourself, you have given us a great fun time.
Our thoughts are with you especially each night they play as you are not there.
Take care,
Mary Louise

By: marie from new mexico
Wed, 15 Jul 2009 23:26
Hey, Remdawg!

Hope you’re well on the way to recovery. My husband and i are both cancer survivors and would like you to know that you can be a survivor, too.

All the love and prayers for you will work.

Take good care of yourself. All of RedSoxNation misses you terribly. We are anxiously awaiting your return.

Your loving fans in las cruces, nm

By: Jerry
Wed, 15 Jul 2009 15:26
Remdawg,

my wife is a hard and fast Bosox fan I am a Yankee fan but love the Sox- We really miss you Jerry, From my wife Tina and I we wish you a speedy recovery.

We need you back!!!!!!!!!!!! get well and be well!!!!!!!!!!

I took Tina to Fenway Sox vs Royals 10-july- 1-0 great game- Fenway is a true american ballpark bar none. I love it. Thought of you the whole game-

Looking forward be well:)!!!!!

By: Tom
Wed, 15 Jul 2009 01:59
Jerry,

No words can describe how much you are missed. I commend Don for holding it down and keeping us entertained each night but my Summer just hasn’t been the same without you. I hope your spirits are high as you heal and know that the entire Red Sox Nation is behind you. Hoping for a quick, healthy return my friend!

Tom McElman
Burlington, KY (by way of Revere, MA)

By: matt
Tue, 14 Jul 2009 22:09
My kids keep asking when you are coming back. We all wish you well and miss you.

Matt from Niantic

By: Mary
Tue, 14 Jul 2009 21:51
Dear Jerry,

Do you know just how many times I’ve watched Jon Lester’s no hitter????…..I think it’s about 37 or 40…not sure. I love the fact that Jon’s no no is replayed so much, but the real reason I watch is …YOU. I hear your voice and it makes me feel all is right with the world again.
Jon Lester is a special person.
You are a special person.
I prayed for him.
I’m praying for you.
God answers my prayers. Just think how many people are pulling for you!!
Please, please come back soon. I know you’re keeping a low profile, but please give all your loyal fans a hint about when you might return.
In any case, you are SO loved…..and I’ll try to be a bit more patient.

Mary from Dennisport

By: robert c moore
Tue, 14 Jul 2009 16:34
hi remdawg hope you are doing well and looking forward to see you back in the booth with don bob

By: st eve kruczkowski
Tue, 14 Jul 2009 13:13
jerry hope everything is moving positively for you. it goes without saying how much you’ve been missed in the booth. you and orsillo have added so much to the red sox in so many ways. it makes it so sad to even watch other broadcasters and realize what the rest of baseball world is missing game after game. again my best to you in your recovery

By: David Gregoire
Tue, 14 Jul 2009 01:14
Hey Rem Dawg, get well soon! Myself and all of the baseball fans at work say daily that we can’t wait to see and hear you back in the booth.

By: H. Scott Grammer
Mon, 13 Jul 2009 18:44
Jerry,

We miss your voice and presence in the booth for every Sox game!!! We wish you a very speedy recovery and happy return.

Scott
A longtime Red Sox fan from Hartselle, Alabama

By: Nancy
Mon, 13 Jul 2009 14:25
We really miss hearing you and hope you are doing well. Get your rest and
we hope you can return soon. We think of you everytime we watch a game and you are in our thoughts and prayers.
God Bless You
The Sheehys
Dover,NH

By: Chip Zigulis
Mon, 13 Jul 2009 03:04
Dear Jerry Remy,
We all miss you very much and hope that you will return to the announcers booth and Eck has been doing a good job for you in your absents and all your fans will keep you in prayer and so will Chip too!
Good Luck Jerry!
Chip Zigulis
Dorchester,Mass

By: Robert McHugh
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 20:03
Jerry,
I vistited my 82 yr old aunt in Waltham last year. She has 3 young friends (all in their 70’s) who come to her house for each Sox game. I had the pleasure of sitting in the living room and listening to them talk about you throughout the game. They love the Sox but they love you more.
I spoke with my aunt by phone yesterday and most of the conversation was about you and how the games are just not the same with out you.
Jerry, get well soon and God bless.

By: Jason
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 19:25
I can’t watch a Red Sox game without thinking about you Remy. Hope all is well, keep up the fight. I look forward to seeing you on NESN with Don once again.

By: stevev
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 17:29
Want to know what I miss most???
DON: THIS TELECAST CAN BE HEARD IN SPANISH BY USING THE SAP BUTTON ON YOUR TELEVELSION
REMY: !BUENOS NOCHES AMIGOS!

GET WELL SOON…

By: joanne
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 16:08
Hi Jerry
You are still in our prayers. I miss your allstar predictions. I miss your voice and laughter. I miss Wally. We were lucky enough to go to your allstar party a couple of years ago. We even won Wally in his adirondack chair.Keep the faith. So much good karma is going your way. I love Don and Eck, but you are missed and thought of so often. We went to Camden yards for a couple of games and everyone was talking about you. You take good care of yourself!!Have Don keep us posted.

By: Susan Girardin
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:48
I miss you so much! I am sending white light and prayers that you are back on the broadcast and feeling great soon. The broadcast and the game isn’t the same without you…The humor and incite that you bring to a game can’t be duplicated..Hurry back!

By: Paul and Nancy Bohne
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 01:20
We miss you….Get well soon!

By: Earl Nickerson
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 01:01
Hey Remdog…Was just sitting here watching the Sox blow out the Royals 9-0 and immediatly thought of you..You and Don always manage to keep the broadcast FUN when the game was out of hand…At times you had me laughing so hard my eyes watered and my side hurt…So hurry up and get well so we can laugh together again when the game gets out of hand early….

Thinking of you ,

Earl Nickerson
Searsmont , Maine

By: Kyle Ritchey
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 00:36
Remy,
Not living in New England, my wife and I aren’t always up on the immediate news. We were concerned when my parents updated us recently that you were out on sick leave to recover.
Not that Eck isn’t a good guy, but please do your best to come back to us. Besides the Sox, you were by far the best part of NESN broadcasts (sorry Don).
Keep your spirits up, stay strong, let your family help, and take care.

Faithfully,

Kyle and Sadie Ritchey
Chicago, IL

By: Mike Moan
Sun, 12 Jul 2009 00:21
Get well soon and our thoughts and prayers are with you for a speedy recovery.

Mike & Doreen

By: Joe
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 23:18
Jerry,

Hope your doing well and will be back in the broascast booth soon. We have’nt forgot about you, get better soon Remdog, your the best!

By: socalsoxfan
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 23:10
Best Wishes Jerry,
We miss you over here on the west coast. Get well soon!

By: bryceirons
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 22:23
jerry you are awesome get well soon god bless you and your family thank you so much for all that you have done broadcating and in the community cant wait to see you back in the booth

god bless you and your family godbless the sox

By: ALLSTAR17
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 21:22
Hope you are continuing to get better, and I hope to see you and Don back together in the booth after the All Star Break!

I am disappointed there is no “The Remy’s All Star Break Special” this year!

Get back soon!

By: Tim Logan
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 19:48
Hey Jerry!! Watching the Red Sox games without you are like Irish coffee without the Baileys Irish Creme!! I miss hearing “Buenos Noches Amigos” at the beginning of each game! Take care of yourself and get well soon. Hope to have you back in the broadcast booth with Don real soon!! Get well soon! You’re the best and the pride of New England!

Tim Logan

By: Ernie Christensen
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 15:04
Jerry the broadcast is just not the same without you. Eck is OK but your the man. The blackout about your health is not healthy for your fan base. Think you or the family should consider a weekly update. One has to search and search only to find nothing. If the news is not good then let us all know and
prayers by the thousands will follow. Ernie in Fort Myers, formerly of Marblehead and my first game at Fenway was in 1937 with my immigrant Danish Grandfather, my dad and my brother. So I’ve seen um come and go and your are
the best by a hand stand. Let us know your progress please?

By: Kyle Pelletier
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 14:51
Dear Remdawg,
hope you are doing alright. Rest up and get back in the booth! Watching the games just isnt the same without you there.

buenas noches amigos

Kyle Pelletier, Plainville Ct

By: M & T Billerica, Ma
Sat, 11 Jul 2009 00:25
Hey Jerry,
How are you doing?
Hope you are getting better and will return to the booth soon.
You are missed.
Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

By: Steve M in Blue Hill. ME
Fri, 10 Jul 2009 15:12
Papi is ready. Smoltzie is ready? The break will be over soon. Now get your butt back in the booth! We need you for the stretch!

By: Ed & Wilma
Fri, 10 Jul 2009 14:21
Dear Jerry, Our prayers are with you. It just isn’t the same without you, with Don. We always looked forward when 7:00 came so we could turn on our Baseball channel to get the Boston Red Sox . You and Don are the best. We really, really miss you . You add so much to the game. We love your humor . Please hurry and get well and come back. We are from Ohio and moved to cape coral, fl. 18 years ago. We were great Indians fans BUT I (Wilma) have definitly switched to a Boston fan. I Love You and Don. Wilma

By: rick and beth
Fri, 10 Jul 2009 01:36
Remdawg,miss your commentation.I remember the dialog on the corporate helicopter and what a mess it was,,,ha ! ha!. We love your humor and dedication. Our prayers for a complete recovery are with you and yours. Richmond,va.

By: Nina & Pat
Fri, 10 Jul 2009 00:58
Jerry, We miss you. It’s not the same without you. Please come back soon. We love you.
Nina & Pat
Jacksonville, Florida

By: Tim B
Fri, 10 Jul 2009 00:28
Jerry,
I’m from Lowell, but now live in Florida. My prayers are with you and I hope you get better soon. I watch about 100 games a year and love hearing you doing the games. My kids watch with me and they have been asking about you as well. I’m lucky and will be taking my kids to Fenway for the first time on 7/26 and wish you were going to be there as well. Get well soon. Tim

By: Adam Hawkes
Thu, 09 Jul 2009 23:56
Jerry,

Take your time to fully recover. We miss you and will be here when you get back!

By: Gail and Ken
Thu, 09 Jul 2009 23:33
Dear Jerry and family,
My husband Ken is in his second year of remission from cancer.We are great fans of you and the Red sox. We miss you and your color presentation but your job now is to get well and that is all that you need to do. Hope to hear you soon, Remdawg!

By: Roland H
Thu, 09 Jul 2009 23:06
Jerry, I’m 77 and surely remember your playing days with the Red Sox. Miss you in
the booth. Your color presentation is outstanding. Get well soon. God bless you.

By: Judith Schenck
Thu, 09 Jul 2009 22:00
Get well and hurry back. Maybe we’ll find a pole to name after you!

By: steph
Thu, 09 Jul 2009 02:46
Remdog! we miss you terribly!
your the best and it just isn’t the same not hearing take of the game every day!(Eck is awesome too btw)
but red sox nation misses you and wishes you a full recovery!
get well soon! <3

By: John
Wed, 08 Jul 2009 23:10
DO what you gotta do ….we will be here when you get back.

By: Terri Fuhs
Wed, 08 Jul 2009 20:18
Jerry,
Get well soon me and my cat Fenway miss you so much. I pray you are on a speedy recovery

Terri

By: karen
Wed, 08 Jul 2009 16:54
Hi Remdog,
Miss you and Wally. GET WELL wishes go out to you.

By: ALLSTAR17
Wed, 08 Jul 2009 15:02
Get well soon, Remdawg! NESN has proved that none of the 22 replacements that have done games are like you! They have been good, but they can not do a game as good as the Remdawg! Hope to see you back soon, and I think Don does too!

By: BOB LACOMBE
Wed, 08 Jul 2009 11:09
DEAR JERRY: MY WIFE, MYSELF AND FAMILY (8 KIDS & 28 GRANDCHILDREN & 3 MORE ON THE WAY) WOULD LIKE TO WISH YOU A A FULL RECOVERY AND QUICK RETURN. THE RED SOX, FANS, AND DON NEED YOU BECAUSE YOUR THE BEST, MAY GOD BLESS YOU–WE ALL LOVE YOU, BOB LACOMBE, SABATTUS, ME

By: Ian Hobson
Wed, 08 Jul 2009 01:36
Jerry,
get well soon.I have a pin with your picture on it.Hury back #2.I miss seeing you on nesn.

By: Mike & Deb Scully
Wed, 08 Jul 2009 01:33
Rem:

Sitting here in Bangor watching the game. Someone just pulled out the cheese again and I’m getting gas. Should have had the salad. We like the Eck ok but he’s no Remdawg. Miss your wit and laugh. Get well soon. We’re thinking of you.

By: Kathy
Tue, 07 Jul 2009 00:46
Hey Jerry

Please get well soon… Can’t take to much more of Eck and the cutting the cheese and not enough gas… I hope when you come back there won’t be anymore of that talk…

By: Christie
Mon, 06 Jul 2009 23:54
Remdawg -

Here’s hoping you are getting better each day and will return to the booth soon. The season has not been the same without you. You know the nation is rooting for you!!!

Best Wishes.

By: Kathy
Mon, 06 Jul 2009 23:45
Hey Jerry
Hope you get better real soon… Getting tired of the cheese talk and gas.. Your one in a million.. Your in my prayers.. Baseball just isn’t the same without you.. Please get well real soon…. Take care..

By: Janet Coon
Mon, 06 Jul 2009 23:00
Sending get well wishes. Hope to see you back at Fenway very soon. We miss your comments during the game.
Best wishes from Vermont!

By: Mike in NH
Mon, 06 Jul 2009 17:23
Jery.

Having grown up in Fall River and hung around in Somerset, consider this as well wishes from a ‘neighbor’. I know how devasting cancer can be, having gone throught this with family members, so my prayers and wishes for a full recovery are with you…

Get will my friend…we miss listening to your analysis in the booth. In my opinion you are to Red Sox nation what Tim Russet was to the political world, right on the money!!!!!

By: Rob
Mon, 06 Jul 2009 07:06
Just wanted to let Remdawg know that he has fans on the other side of the world praying for his speedy recovery. Take care Jerry – we miss ya!! Get well soon! Rob from Somerville (now living in Sydney, Australia!)

By: jessy
Mon, 06 Jul 2009 03:05
You are very missed! we hope you are back soon. sending lots of prayers your way for a full recovery. Go Sox :)

By: Britt
Sun, 05 Jul 2009 21:41
Get well soon RemDawg! We miss you! It just isn’t the same without you! Always missing you and Orsillo’s laughter fits! ;)

Hope you’re back soon!

By: Katie
Sun, 05 Jul 2009 20:47
Mr. Remy,
I sure hope you’re getting well. As much as I love the Boston Red Sox, I think it has a lot to do with your commentary. Something surely has been missing from the games in your abscence. I really appreciate how wonderful you are at your job, please rest up and return to booth. I’m looking forward to that day.

By: Ray Duchesneau
Sun, 05 Jul 2009 15:12
Here’s hoping that you recover completely. As an only-recent Red Sox fan who’s been living in central FLA for the last three years, there ARE some things that I miss. Harvard, Medford, the Sox games and your commentary on same.
Best wishes to you and to your entire family.

By: dennis eckersley
Sun, 05 Jul 2009 10:53
i hate my life

By: Michael Burke
Sat, 04 Jul 2009 20:26
get well soon RemDawg. The Red Sox games aren’t the same without your wit! All of Red Sox nation misses you!

By: Michael Bundick
Sat, 04 Jul 2009 05:36
Get well soon Remdawg !!! We miss you here in Florida.

By: dan blackmore Pomfret, CT
Fri, 03 Jul 2009 23:42
Jerry – Wishing you a speedy road to recovery – tough watching the
BoSox on TV without your colorful commentary..

By: jack and lorraine
Fri, 03 Jul 2009 22:43
jerry i have seen and watched you play baseball and have been a sox fan for over 60 yrs. i really miss you alot games are not the same without you behind the mike please get well soon you are greatly missed

By: Bea Moran
Fri, 03 Jul 2009 17:36
Hey Remdawg! I was praying that you’d be back by now…the games just not the same with out you..Hang in there Don. You’re SOOO Missed…I wish Nesn could give us an update on you once in awhile, I really thought we’d see that smiling face of yours by the all-star break. The prayers are out there for you,gobble them up and get back soon! I don’t think Don can take much More!! I know we can’t…Red Sox Nation needs you back, but if you need more time we understand too. take care the Morans of Clinton CT. (right smack in the middle of Yankee Country-Yuck!)

By: karen giorno
Fri, 03 Jul 2009 16:46
Hi Jerry,
Hope you’re doing much better. Miss you & Wally.Hurry back soon!

By: Joe Garneau
Fri, 03 Jul 2009 11:30
Remdawg,
the broadcasts just arent the same without you, when you where in there i always learned something new every game, although eck and dave roberts are doing wonderful job its just not the same with out you and Don sounds lost withough his partner in crime. Here is to a speedy recovery.

By: Debbie Saunders
Thu, 02 Jul 2009 22:01
Jerry,
Before each game, when Don says the game is broadcast in Spanish, I always say to myself “Buenos Noches Amigos”. I hope you are 100% and back in the booth very soon! Our prayers are with you.

By: Earle Williams
Thu, 02 Jul 2009 21:19
You are in my thoughts and prayers Jerry. Hope your recovery is on schedule, and we await your healthy return. You will beat this with God’s help! The very best to you and your family.

God Bless,

Earle Williams

By: Judy Dlugos
Thu, 02 Jul 2009 02:23
Listening to the games without you next to Don Orsillo is like having a peanut butter and jelly sandwich without the peanut butter. My family and I miss you terribly. My 3 year old grandson is battling leukemia: you are in my prayers along with him. Judy

By: Judy Rogers
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 17:30
Jerry;

Missing you. Keep the positive attitude. I am a cancer survivor and strongly believe that it was the positive attitude I (and my prayers to the good Lord) that got me though everything.

God Bless

By: Al Ditullio
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 16:16
Jerry

Hope you are feeling better,, cannot wait until you return to the broadcast booth.
both you and Don do a great job
Al D

By: The Dion Family
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 14:38
Hey Remdawg,
We love Eck but he is not you! Hope you are relaxing and feeling better! Can’t wait for you and Don to be back in the saddle together again!

By: ASLake63
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 04:20
I wish you well Remdog can’t wait for you to take your place back in the booth w/ Don.

By: nancy
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 03:43
Please tell Rem Dawg, all of Red Sox Nation is praying for his speedy recovery. We miss you. God Bless you and your family.

The Walker Family
of
New Hampshire

By: Sam Stewart
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 02:55
RemDawg, We need an encore when your ready! You, Eck, and Don on the air guitar. Everyone here (including the Yan kee fan):) miss your good humor and send you the best for a sucessful recovery.

By: jan leboeuf
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 01:31
hey Jerry , hope all is going well , miss you ,miss you & Don laughing & joking , making the games more entertaining
God blessyou and may you have a full recovery
come back to us soon

By: Chris & Kim
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 00:31
Just ain’t the same w/out ya, RemDawg. Our hearts & prayers will continue to be with you!

By: Pat
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 00:11
Jerry, I pray that you get well soon.I miss hearing you with Don. You both crack me up.Stay well:)

By: Debbie and Mpe
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 00:08
Okay, Remy, we love Eck, but we want you back, Friday night laughs are just not the same, we love and miss the giggles. So please, let’s have a speedy recovery. We are praying for you and your family!!

By: Karen Farris
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 23:06
Jerry, Best wishes for a full recovery.

Niat 22

By: Bill S
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 18:54
RemDawg we all miss you but first of we all want you to have full recovery

By: Janice
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 18:40
Miss you SO much. Wishing you a speedy recovery

By: Bruins98
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 17:25
Get well soon. can’t wait till yor back!!!

By: karen giorno
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 14:44
Hi Jerry,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you, for a speedy recovery.
Miss you with Don, you two are the team.

By: Ken & Teri
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 13:35
Just want to add our voices to all those who wish you well Rem Dawg! You have many friends – not just fans – out here rooting for your speedy recovery. It would be nice to get an update on how you are doing.

By: Jack
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 02:22
Still got THE baseball you and Al Bumbry autographed for my son In New Britain,CT when the Red Sox AA was there. Get well REMDAWG!

By: TOBY
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 01:49
HEY REMDAWG GET WELL SOON WE NEED YOU BACK IN THE BOOTH, DALTON MA IS PULLING FOR YA

By: Bob Worton
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 01:05
Jerry get well soon, miss you in the booth. Yes i am related to the Worton’s from Somerset, MA

By: christine
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 01:03
jerry every time i watch the red ssox since you left something is truely missing.get well soon and know their is no one who can take your place.our prays are sent your way nightly from our family to yours god bless looking forward to your return a maine fan

By: RedSoxNana
Tue, 30 Jun 2009 00:22
Dear Jerry,
I hope you’re getting stonger and healthier by the minute. We all miss you so much.
Here’s hoping you’ll surprise us soon by showing up in the booth.

Wally keeps calling me asking if I’ve heard anything new about your return.
I’ve told him to be patient. That’s what I’m trying very hard to be.

Looking forward to hearing your wonderful, warm and familiar voice.

By: jim from KC
Mon, 29 Jun 2009 21:44
Well Mr Remy I attened you baseball camp when I was a kid I had your high school coach as a coach I think you attened every day it was a great exspencience in my life so get well soon.

By: Patty
Mon, 29 Jun 2009 20:21
Jerry,

I hope this finds you doing well.
We miss hearing your comedic remarks, your infectous laughter and your endless well of knowledge.
Dennis and Dave have done a remarkable job filling in for you. Dave on the road, with all his knowledge and Dennis, well what can we say about him, his “baseball lingo” is amazing. Always keeping Don on his toes.
But you and Don are the team and we hope you will be back soon.
Thanks for all the years of knowledge and entertainment you have given us in the “Nation”. My best to you.

By: pistol
Mon, 29 Jun 2009 16:13
Jerry
PLEASE HURRY BACK. PLEASE. THIS IS PAINFUL.

By: donna
Mon, 29 Jun 2009 12:24
Jerry, I hope you are well. I can’t say enough how much I miss hearing your voice and that contagious laugh! I’ve found myself in tears, belly laughing along with you so many times. You’re the best. HURRY BACK!! xoxo

By: Bill
Mon, 29 Jun 2009 07:15
Jerry I hope you get better soon,watching the sox isn’t the same now,your insight in the game is great and I learn new things every time I watch you.
You and Don Orsillo are a great Combo Just enough humor in the booth.I espicially like your color commentry that you do when the action is away from the field. Ie The Pizza throwing Incident.Again Jerry get well soon and hurry back.We need the great double play combination of Orsillo & Remy,just like in your playing days when you and the Rooster used to turn two

By: Sherri Treadwell
Sun, 28 Jun 2009 22:48
Remy you are missed please come back soon Sheri

By: Sherri Treadwell
Sun, 28 Jun 2009 22:46
Remy you and Wallie are really missed the game are just not the same without you. I have always been a Red Sox fan and I remember you as a player and better as an announcer. Please get well soon the games are just not the same. Sherri

By: Kira & Conner Manchester Ct.
Sun, 28 Jun 2009 15:39
Miss you BIG time, Best wishes, Hope to see you soon behind the mike

By: Marylyn S
Sun, 28 Jun 2009 14:08
Hey Remdog,
I hope you are getting better…my prayers are with you still….can’t wait to have you back in the booth again with Don…you are surley missed…….a Red Sox forever….
Marylyn S.
Warwick,R.I.

By: Betsy & Mike
Sat, 27 Jun 2009 23:41
We hope you get well soon !! Comedy in the booth just is not the same without you. You are in our thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery and look forward to hearing your voice again.

By: karl smith
Sat, 27 Jun 2009 02:45
Get well soon Jerry!The game just isn’t the same without the RemDog.We are pulling Hard for ya You are in my prayers everyday!

Keep On Truckin!! ;-)

By: bob
Sat, 27 Jun 2009 01:54
hello jerry

Words can’t say how much you are missed….hope to see you soon with Don on tv…you are the best….

get well
bob

By: KRISTEN
Sat, 27 Jun 2009 01:15
Jerry,
Get well soon i hope you wiilbe back on the air soon. You are dearly missed by all of Red Sox Nation good luck my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless! Bristol, RI

By: Frank L
Fri, 26 Jun 2009 23:47
hey, rem dawg, i hope you’re feeling better! come back soon, please!!! I can’t evenlook at cheese after litening to eck. god bless you. get well and take care jerry.

By: Alfredo
Fri, 26 Jun 2009 20:10
Jerry, I miss your straight forward comments during the game, and all the fun stuff you did during the game, please get well soon. God bless you and your family.

By: Dennis Plante
Fri, 26 Jun 2009 11:51
I’m an older fan of yours Jerry. Though Eckersley, Roberts and others have done reasonably well, things just are not the same without you in the booth. I think its a combination of your New England roots and knowledge of the game that provide something so familiar to so many. You’re like beans and franks on a Saturday night. OK maybe not beans, but I think you get my point. Listen everyone is pulling for you and holding you in their prayers. You hang tough and we will all look forward to seeing and hearing you again soon. Take care Jerry.

By: Meg Woloss
Thu, 25 Jun 2009 20:27
Hey Rem, I too am fighting cancer from smoking. Just got rid of pnemonia after 6 weeks. Keep up the fight, I need you back announcing. Don is doing great but you guys are a team. You have a whole Nation pulling for you. Hurry back, I miss your laughter

By: Mark Sullivan
Thu, 25 Jun 2009 14:44
Jerry,

Know that all of Red Sox Nation continues to offer our thoughts and prayers for your recovery. We miss you and your commentary, but enjoy the combined efforts of Eck, Dave and Dwight. Continue to get well and strong. We look forward to your return to the booth.

By: Gary R. Gale
Thu, 25 Jun 2009 02:11
Jerry,

You truly are a one of a kind commentator. My wife and I look forward to hearing you and Don almost as much as the game itself. Our favorite times are when you get snickering about something. That gets us laughing too. I’ve really learned a lot from your perspective of the game and you make watching more enjoyable. Hope you’re comfortable at home watching the Sox on a HD big screen. May God Bless you in every way and we look forward to your return soon.

Gary & Mary Gale…East Hartford, Ct.

By: susan antonellis
Thu, 25 Jun 2009 01:45
Hi Jerry,
Hope you’re feeling better and will be back in the booth soon. We miss your voice and all the fun you brought to the broadcast. Every night I hope to hear Buenos noches amigos.

By: Mike and Karen Giardino
Thu, 25 Jun 2009 01:16
Remdawg,
My wife and I want to wish you the best in your recovery. You are in our prayers. We hope to see you back where you belong asap. God blessy you!

By: Gene Raynor
Wed, 24 Jun 2009 23:03
Jerry,
Best wishes to you for a successful recovery and a speedy return to the broadcast booth. Our thoughts are also with your immediate family during this recovery period. Your extended family of Red Sox Nation is rooting for you every single day….that’s an incredible amount of positive energy for you to utilize ! Good Luck ! ! !

Gene Raynor, Ellen Gordon, Evan Raynor

By: Marie Mersereau
Wed, 24 Jun 2009 18:07
Eck is great – but it’s not the same. You have made my years of watching the Sox that much better, and I miss you in the booth. My prayers are with you and your family. I hope you can feel the support and warm that is coming your way. Sincerely, Marie Mersereau, Shrewsbury, MA

By: Dan Mahoney
Wed, 24 Jun 2009 17:29
Hi Jerry,

I’ve been following the Sox all my life (60 years) and Just wanted you to know how much my wife and I enjoy the chemistry between you and Don. Dave and Ek do a good job, but its not the same (no disrespect to them. We miss you but, want you to take care of yourself and family, and return when YOU feel you’re ready.

Wishing you the best,

Dan & Cheryl

By: Boston George
Wed, 24 Jun 2009 01:57
Get well RemDawg! We miss you in the booth. You got Eck swearing every game lol. I dont mind that though but we need a true Bostonian in the booth every second. Get well, God Bless!

By: Luis Carvalho
Wed, 24 Jun 2009 01:39
Jerry get well soon we are thinking and praying for you to get back to the booth and cheer on our red sox, we miss you

By: Scott Preston
Wed, 24 Jun 2009 00:23
Miss ya something wicked, Remdawg. Praying for your speedy & full recovery. See you soon, bud! -Scott in Concord NH

By: Pat Hight
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 20:09
Dear Jerry – Hope you are feeling better and stronger every day. Your play by play with Don Orsillo is dearly missed. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers every day. Get well soon and get back to the booth!! Love and best wishes for a speedy and full recovery – Pat Hight – Warren, NH

By: Glenn Clarke
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 19:58
Rem Dawg, Watching the RedSox without You is just not the same. You and Don are a un-beatable team. The transition that You have made from a player to a broadcaster is one of the best ever. Get well soon. My Dad had cancer surgery 13 years ago and He is doing great. We need You back in the booth soon. Glenn

By: Paulette Russell
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 00:59
Hey RemDawg, we miss you in the Russell household, especially on Friday nites when you and Don get giddy.
Get well soon – you’re in our prayers!
Russell Clan of Rich, Paulette, Kyle & Adam
West Kingston, RI

By: Linda and Larry
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 00:21
Hi Jerry,

We both miss you very much. You make it worth watching. We miss you and Wally. Our prayers are with you. Please let all of Red Sox Nation know how you are doing. Hope you are getting well and come back soon. NO ONE can replace you!!!

Love 2 loyal fans.

By: Joseph Haverty Jr
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 00:13
Jerry, we pray for your recovery. It will be good to hear you again analyzing the games and bantering with Don. God bless you! Joe

By: Johnny A
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 23:04
i don’t know if rem dawg reads these . but what i can see he will make a return to his nation . all the prayers thats being said for him .no choice but to get well . and don is saying double prayer . so he can have a sensable talker on the side of him . eck was a good ball player . he should talk baseball and not how he would have handle the game

By: earle
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 22:02
Remdawg get your butt back now miss ya and love ya

By: Jesse Feret
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 21:24
Jerry,
I watch every single Red Sox game with a payed MLB package here in Montreal Canada. I am a diehard fan and my best wishes go out to you and hope for a speedy recovery. I spend much of my time teaching the fundamentals of baseball to friends who never got into it, and show them Red Sox DVDs of the 04 and 07 seasons. My main “student” always watches the special feature of you playing your classic air-guitar whenever she is feeling blue so she can smile. We love you Remdawg and I look forward to hearing you complete Don’s statement of “ENJOY THE GAME” with a “Buenos Tardes/Noches Amigos!”. Get well !!!

By: Roland Valin
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 21:17
Gerry , You have been in My prayers since i have heard the news , I know you will recover from this, because, we pray.
We miss you very much , we watch all the games down here but with you missing it’s just not the same. You a wonderful human being and of course one of the great announcers of Red Sox History , I put you up there with Curt Gowdy.

The whole family wishes you the Best !
From the Valin Family
Roland, Dale, and Pop Valin
Harrisburg NC

By: Mary E. Davin
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 21:01
Jerry,

My husband and I often chuckle over the night you and Don interviewed John O’Hurley. He told you that his wife “still had that new-wife emell”. You and Don really cracked up for the rest of the broadcast and so did we.

We miss you and your sense of humor in the box with Don. I am a 75-yr old, 19-year cancer survivor. You can do it too. I pray for that and we both look forward to seeing you soon in that box with Don.

By: Mary
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 14:52
Jerry,
Hope you had a good Fathers Day. Looking forward to your return at the booth
with Don O.

By: Randy Springfield
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 14:09
April and I have watched you and Don for quite a few years now. And you were a player that I followed in an earlier time. Get well! Come back and give Don a hard time! Ek is tryin to watch him but it’s not easy! Your the best, we miss you, looking forward to your return.

By: Patricia C
Mon, 22 Jun 2009 00:06
We all miss you and are praying for your speedy recovery. There’s no one like Remdog!!! My 82 year old Mom is a huge fan of yours and she sends her love and prayers

By: Vermontah
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 23:14
We miss your insights and your humor during the games. It just isn’t the same without out you. Hope you are keeping up your strength and having more “reasonable” days than one that aren’t. Hope you have a good Father’s Day as well. We are all pulling for you and your family.

By: Iain & Shelley
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 21:44
Get better soon we all need you back at NESN and The Sox!
We love you and miss you dearly!
We know it will be! just need to know when :-)

By: Bill Jones
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 19:55
Jerry,
Cancer is nothing to take lightly. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We miss your commentary and color of the games. Wally must be keeping you very good company. We hope to see you and Wally back in the saddle after making a recovery.

By: Don and Donna
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 17:45
Jerry, get better, you are sorely missed, its not the same without you!!
Each game we listen for an update on your condition and there is nothing!
Truly hope you are resting and doing better daily, can’t wait for your return!
Don and You are like Abbott and Costello, Burns and Allen, there is no substitute
for you!! Happy Fathers Day!

By: Steve
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 17:41
Remdawg,
Happy Fathers Day. Hope all is going going well. Miss you in the booth and especially your air guitar. Look forward to your return.

Regards,
Steve F.

By: Mike Vuolo
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 16:48
Hi Jerry:

Part of the Red Sox experience is knowing that you’re in the broadcast booth with Don. I hope you have a speedy recovery and we’re all looking forward to your prompt return.

Best Regards,
Mikey V.

By: The Wiles Family
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 13:16
Remdawg-Things in the booth aren’t the same without you. We love listening to you and Don banter back and forth during the game. We want you to take care of yourself and be back with Don and Wally to bring excitement back into the game!!
Best wishes from Red Sox Nation in Maine!!

By: Linda B.
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 10:48
Hey Jerry
I hope you get better soon, but I know that rest is exactly what you need. The games are just not the same without you. Watching and listening to you and Don doing the game comments makes the game come alive for me. You are the other half of a GREAT team. You rest so you can come back real soon.
God Bless You,
Linda B. from Beecher Falls, Vermont

By: Joe F
Sun, 21 Jun 2009 02:36
Jerry :

We miss you. I’ve been out of work for over a month and know how challenging it can be to get better. Nobody but the person going through it can fully understand. Take the time you need and we’ll be waiting for you.

Joe – Billerica

By: Rich C
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 23:28
Hey Remdawg ….. Please, please come back to us ASAP !!! Dennis is a “babbling idiot” ….. can’t stand him !!! Wally would be a much better replacement as we await your welcome return !!! Luv Ya Man !!!!

By: bob Lewallen
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 23:12
Jerry hope things are going well and you are starting to feel better. Please get back to your spot in the booth soon.
Just one small favor to ask when you do get back please never use the term “a peice of chesse”, although maybe you can explain what that other person is talking about and please never use the term “jack” for a home run.
wherever that comes from
take care and get back soon.
Bob – Pembroke Mass.

By: Jeff Lamscha
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 23:11
Jerry,
Hope you are recovering well and will be able to return to the broadcast booth soon. Wishes and prayers to you for a full recovery and God’s strength and helping hand in helping you and your family get through the tough times.

By: Megan
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 19:39
Hey Jerry. NESN isn’t he same with out you and Don on the mikes. I’ll be waiting for your return =).

By: Johnny A
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 17:34
well jerry it is all settle . the red sox nation all agree eck is out of luck . sure he is a great pitcher . but he isn’t REM DAWG . YOUR NATION NEED YOU .

By: joe smith
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 17:01
Please Please get back soon, i cant listen to Dennis talk about what he would have done or how he did things when he was playing anymore. You are the best!!!!!

By: Josh Pelletier
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 16:15
I hope you get better Jerry your are only hope.

By: Bernie Hadley
Sat, 20 Jun 2009 12:01
Dennis is starting to repeat his stories
Pleeeeze be well Sooon!
Your laugh is dearly missed

By: Gregory Mann
Fri, 19 Jun 2009 23:58
Cancer is the toughest opponent that you will ever face.

You start out at the plate.
First base is finding out you have cancer.
Second base is visiting specialist and starting treatment.
Third base is finishing treatment.
Home plate is aftercare.

Remember SAFE AT HOME is where you want to be.

By: valerie Chapman
Fri, 19 Jun 2009 23:47
Jerry I miss you so much..i say a buenos nochas for you every game I felt like you and I were kindered spirits, I knew almost everything you were gonna say just before you said it, my husband would say “yep you and the remdog are on the same page tonight” I miss that and you so very much..so please take care of yourself, and I along with everyone else in the nation will be waiting for your return.
Your loyal friend

Val

By: Beverly Cote
Fri, 19 Jun 2009 18:51
Dear Jerry,When I heard that you had cancer I was devastated and sad.My heart goes out to you and your family.I can’t wait until you return to the broadcasting booth.Your fill-ins are OK,but you and Don are the best broadcaster’s in all of baseball.
I lived in Lowell Mass.all my life,until 2007,then I moved to Florida.Now I don’t get that many Redsox games om tv down here,so I order MLB.TV so I can watch and listen to the games.When they do broadcast a sox game down here I will watch it on tv and I will mute the sound and listen to you and Don on my computer.You guys are the best.So God bless you Jerry and get well soon.
I love you Jerry.
Beverly

By: Hank & Jo
Fri, 19 Jun 2009 13:20
Jerry get well soon. You are missed.

By: Gary Bedard
Fri, 19 Jun 2009 01:45
Dear Jerry,

Get well soon. Red Sox nations misses you dearly. I will pray for your full recovery.

By: Karen McCullough
Fri, 19 Jun 2009 00:32
I am a 57 year old woman,born and raised in Enfield,Ct.and grew up first listening,and then watching the Red Sox,as my mom is a lifelong fan. My dad spent a lot of time in the hospital(due to complications from a wound received on Peleliu as a Marine during WWII)so my mom would take my older sister and I to Fenway. I was a sophomore in high school in 1967 when the Red Sox were in the World Series. I will never forget study hall in the afternoon,when the principal’s office broadcast a game so everyone in study hall could listen. Some great memories,too many to relate.I enjoy you and Don so much.I pray for your full and speedy recovery.Hurry back! This Red Sox fan misses you!

By: Cheryl & Bob
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 23:21
Hey Remi! You are missed so very much! My husband, who loves listening to you & Don, was just diagnosised with bone marrow cancer. Please know that you are not alone, the entire Red Sox Nation is rooting for you!!! New England loves you for all that you are & what you have shared with all of us. Enjoy your loved ones, rest up. We hope you have many more good days than rough days. We are just 2 of you loving fans. God bless you Remi!
Love,
Cheryl & Bob

By: Susan Travers
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 22:10
I am praying for you. I do miss your insight and humor on the show, and look forward to your return. I’m also grateful for your book that has made watching the game more interesting. God bless you, and come back soon.

By: Mark K
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 19:06
Jerry Remy you will are greatly missed and I am a diehard Red Sox Fan and I really miss hearing your voice on the broadcast and it sort of doesn’t seem the same without you but Don does do a good job too don’t get me wrong. Maybe since the Boston Red Soxs are the Official Sponsor For MONA-VIE the Nutrional Fruit Beverage if you would like I could send you some because it’s really helped a lot of people out even people with Cancer. Godbless!

By: Linda B
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 18:47
Hope you’re feeling well enough to return soon – Orsillo is picking up too much Eck lingo (things like high cheese) – you’ll need to break him of a lot of bad habits!!!

Hurry back

By: Ron Getchell
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 13:21
Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Hope the ‘rehab’ is going well and you’re able to get off the DL and back in the game.We all miss you and Wally up in the broadcast booth. Take care!

By: Judy
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 10:24
Jerry,
Prayers and thoughts are going your way for you and your family. You are really missed! It’s just not the same without you in the booth with Don. Please get well.

Judy

By: Soo and Donn
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 02:31
Hi Jerry,
We miss you. Just thinking about you brings smiles to our faces. Get well and come back soon. Not the same without you. So sorry you have to go through this. Hope to see a healthy you on TV soon.

By: Joe Harding
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 23:54
Hi Jerry!
My wife & I are looking forward to seeing you back on NESN.
God grant you a full & speedy recovery!

By: RedSoxNana1234
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 23:17
Hi Jerry,

I hope your recovery is a vert speedy and total one. Please, please come
back soon. We’ve been watching Red Sox classics on NESN and just love hearing your voice.
Our prayers and good thoughts are with you.
Wally called me last night and said he had a good feeling that you’ll be
back soon. I hope he’s right!!!

Mary from Dennisport

By: Peter & Jayne
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 23:11
Rem Dog

Stay tough and get well soon. You are in our prayers every game. Can’t wait to see you and Wally back on the tube. God Bless.

By: JR
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 21:38
Jerry: I am praying for you and hoping you return real soon! The fill-in broadcasters have been good, but there is no one like the RemDawg!!! I miss hearing you and Don broadcasting the games, your laughter, and all your funny antics. Every night when Don says “this broadcast can be heard in Spanish by dialing….. it’s just not the same without hearing you at the end!! Everyone in RemDawg Nation and Red Sox Nation are rooting for you and wishing you a full and speedy recovery! Hang in there and God Bless!! :)

By: josephine
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 15:29
Jerry,

Wishing you a speedy recovery.We miss your joking and laughter.By the way I had lung cancer and going on 12 years. I also had surgery to remove the top lobe of my lung,after 5 1/2 weeks of radiation i went back to work.I see my Dr. once a year,so far so good.So have faith and everything will be fine…

By: Kathy
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 01:52
Jerry;

Wishing you a full and speedy recovery. I know you’re a fighter and will beat this disease.

Can’t wait to see you in the booth at Fenway!

By: terri
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 01:31
Jerry, you’ve been in my thoughts and prayers since I heard the news. Get your strength back quick because Don is wearing too much makeup and Eck isn’t making the grade.

All the best; hurry back becuz it’s not the same without you and lil Wally in the booth plus I’m watching the games with the sound off now.

:^)

By: Karen
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 01:22
Remdawg….our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Get well soon…you are dearly missed in the booth. Can’t wait to hear your laugh again. Hearing your laugh is just as good as watching the game!

By: Danielle & Chris
Wed, 17 Jun 2009 01:04
Hi Remdawg- We can’t wait for our 10 month old to watch his first Red Sox game with Remdawg in the booth. Feel better soon, we miss you!
Your Fans in NC

By: Elaine
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 21:13
miss you in the broadcast booth with Don. get well
Elaine, Framingham

By: Laura
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 18:15
Hey Remdog. I pray your recovery is going well. We miss you. Eck is great but no one can or ever will replace you in the hearts of Red Sox Nation. Best wishes.

By: Dave
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 15:20
Jerry, We are missing you in R.I. Hope your recovery in on course. I can’t wait until you are back in the booth with Don. You two are the greatest combination in sports broadcasting. Your booth banter is second to none. I laugh so hard when the two of you get into your uncontrolable fits of laughter that my stomach hurts. I love it.My thoughts and prayers are with you and wish you the very best.

By: Bill
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 15:14
Jerry, My wife and I prayers go out to you and hope that you return to thr Broadcast booth soon, we both love your commentary and the proffesionalism you bring to the announce table, get well soon.

Bill & Maureen Lowell, Ma.

By: Jack
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 11:34
Missin you Dawg! Hope your recovery is progressing. Get well and feel better soon.

Jack from Vermont

By: Barry
Tue, 16 Jun 2009 00:34
Wishing you a very speedy recovery, and looking forward to your return in the booth with Don. It just is not the same without you and Don joking around and all the fun you seem to have that makes me laugh. You and Don are a great team together, and also he needs you to teach him how to dress…….
Come Back Please…..

By: Torey Gregoire
Mon, 15 Jun 2009 22:51
Get better soon we all miss you Remdog.

By: Tom Czarroll
Mon, 15 Jun 2009 14:43
Just wanted to take a moment to wish you better health. We need you back and Don could use you dearly. You are in our prayers every night and on Sundays at church. You will overcome this!!

By: Dancing Sheila
Mon, 15 Jun 2009 03:23
Jerry: Wishing you a speedy and complete recovery and come back only when your body says “YES”

Sheila

By: Jake Verrill
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 22:52
Jerry,

My wife and I are thinking of you and truly miss you durring the games. There is no one like you on the air and we can’t wait to hear from you soon. We would like to know how you are doing, haven’t heard for a long time.

Jake and Rachel Verrill
maine

By: Bob Barker
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 19:47
Jerry, hurry and get well. You are missed on the Red Sox broadcast. I am a Red Sox fan from St. Catharines, Ontario (near Niagara Falls) and knew you had been ill but didn’t know with what or how long you would be missing. Just watching the games it became more and more apparent that your unique style and humor was definitely missing. You are in our prayers and you and your family have our warmest and best wishes for a speedy recovery.
Take care and recover quickly.

Bob Barker

By: Wayne
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 19:13
Hey Jerry,
Wishing you a speedy recovery. Cant wait to you come back and get in the booth with Don. Boston needs you, Red Sox nation needs you, baseball needs you. You and your family are in our prayers.

By: Sue McLee
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 19:08
I live in Indiana, so I subscribe to Extra Innings basically so I can follow my beloved Redsox, and one of the best parts of watching Redsox games is Rem Dawg announcing. Jerry you are one of (if not) the best !!!
Please get well and hurry back, I miss your Sox Appeal….
Wishing you the best….
Sue in Fort Wayne, In.

By: mike sullivan
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 18:56
the sullivan family wishes you a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing you back in the booth very soon;GO SOX!!!! MIKE -PORTSMOUTH

By: Jakey’s Nana
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 18:47
When my grouchy husband asks me if there’s any news as to when Jerry is coming back to the booth, I tell him…if it were up to me….it would be yesterday. We send our love and prayers with the hope you’re feeling much better and that you will be back very soon. WE MISS YOU!!!
Please take good care.

By: Kevin
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 17:17
Jerry

Wishing you a speedy and full recovery. Just isn’t the same without you and Don. I miss you and Don cracking up laughing while trying to broadcast the game over something silly. Hope to see and hear you back in the booth soon or at least before the Soxs clinch the division :) Take care and may God bless you and your family through this trying time.

By: Christina DiPietro
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 13:53
Dear Jerry,

My family and I visted you in the booth this Spring and you and Don were so gracious. We are all praying for your quick recovery, and speedy return to NESN.

Much love,

Christina DiPietro and Family

By: Mark Kennedy
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 12:56
Jerry, We miss your analysis, insight and especially the humor you bring to the broadcast. Please get well soon. Best wishes, Mark (from Ludowici Ga by way of Natick Mass.

By: Bobbi
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 04:41
Dear Jerry: I can’t tell you how much you are missed. Can’t wait until you are back doing the Sox games. Love and best wishes, Bobbi

By: Brenda
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:24
REM-DAWG

GET BETTER SOON. WE MISS YOUR CHUCKLE AND LAUGHS DURING THE GAME. DON’T GET ME WRONG DON IS DOING A GOOD JOB, BUT WE NEED YOU BACK AS SOON AS YOU GET 100% BETTER. WE LOVE YOU FROM NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE !!!!

BRENDA
NEWPORT, N.H.

By: monnnnnnnymikkkke
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 17:17
baseball aint the same without you

By: monnnnnnnymikkkke
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 17:15
get well man screw the yankees

By: K & C
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 03:13
Jerry everyone misses you and these games are not the same without you! Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Get well soon!
To have some laughs(like with you and Don) maybe Nesn should have a whole game with Dennis Leary and Lenny Clark next to Don broadcasting:)

By: Jim Layton
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 02:10
I tell baseball fans of the TV game calling duo of Dizzy Dean and Buddy Blattner back in the 50’s and how much you and Don remind me of them. Down-to-earth, funny, yet professional in every sense of the word. Get well Jerry. We miss you in Cherryfield, Maine.

By: Neal
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 02:09
Remdawg – get well soon – we miss you!

By: Larry
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 01:13
Dear Jerry-
We think of you during every game and hope that your recovery is coming along better each day. Your insight and humor is greatly missed and we look forward to your return to the booth.

By: Christine
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 00:15
Hi Jerry,

Get well soon! We miss you – no one could ever replace you! When you and Don start cracking each other up you just make my day :) Can’t wait until you are feeling better. Only good thoughts for you and your family.

By: Patti
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 23:39
Jerry our thoughts and prayers are with you. Right now I would love to hear one of those crazy laughing fits with you and Don. Take care.

By: Lindz
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 21:14
Get well soon, Jerry, from all your loyal friends in Westbrook, Maine!!

By: Bobbie
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 20:00
Jerry we miss you. Dennis is okay but nothing like you. You and Don have such a great rapore that no one can replace you. Our thought and prayers are with you. I just quite smoking after 50 years. Best wishes. The Reed’s of Boothbay, Maine

By: Matt F.
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 18:19
Get well Remdawg. I am a just a kid but I want you to know that my dad has done the Pan Mass Challenge for the past three years. raising money for cancer. I love your job I might want to do what you do someday. Get well man.Hey how those Sox beating the Yanks and Papi’s homerun last night.

By: Trent Cook
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 16:27
Hey Rem dog.
Just a thought out of Litchfield, Maine. You have always been the best. I have followed you since your carrer as a major leager and even have a few of your baseball cards from my old collection that I still have. As far as a brodcaster…we like Dennis, but no one compares to you.
We love you brother. Get well soon- from Red Sox Nation in Maine. We are thinking of you with all our thoughts and prayers.
God bless.
Trent Cook-Litchfield, ME

By: Rich C
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 02:10
Remdawg …. please get well and come back to us soon !! Can’t stand to listen to Eck any longer !! He never shuts up. I feel so sorry for Don. Please come back soon. Listening to the radio announcers while watching the game on NESN …. how’s that for frustration ??? Miss YOU !!

By: rebecca
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 01:00
When are you coming back????? Can’t stand any more of eckersley…you are SORELY missed hope you are ok……please kick cancers ass and come back soon
have to watch with no sound miss don too

By: Nick Colby
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 00:26
JErry get well soon. I’ve about had my fill of “cheese” from Eck. We need ya back.

By: The Iris Family
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 23:59
Jerry,

Wishing you a complete and speedy recovery. We can`t wait to see you back in the booth.Your the best,NESN is not the same without you!

Harvey, Jenny, Jonathon, and Isabel Iris E. Dorset VT

By: ncftx
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 23:44
Jerry, miss you and hope to see you back in the booth soon – and good health!

Ray Foster, Kerrville TX

By: John Warren
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 19:58
Jerry,

All my best in your recovery. You have put a lot of smiles on my face as the Red Sox second baseman but nowhere near the smiles and laughs I have had with you as the Red Sox broadcaster. It is not the same without you in the booth. God bless you and your family and a speedy recovery. We all need you!!!!!!

John

By: Debbie
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 17:13
Dear Jerry:

Please get well soon-Red Sox games are just not the same without you. Although Eck tries hard, he is not you……..and hearing the same cheese and paint comments are becoming like nails on a blackboard. Please hurry back!

By: Nettie and Bill
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 16:41
Our prayers are with you. We miss the “color” you add to each Red Sox game.
Get well soon.

By: cheryl
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 12:57
We miss you!!!!!!!!!!!get well soon and back in the booth!!!!!! we miss your laugh and your comments during the game… dennis is driving us crazy he never stops talking… think he is driving don crazy too…. please get welll.. miss wally too ….

By: Rich C
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 04:34
Hi Remdaug …
I’ll be 70 in August. I’ve followed the Sox all my life. I enjoy you and Don so much and I’ve never appreciated you more than now ….!!!! Please get well soon and get back to us ….. these “sorry excuses” replacements for you are TERRIBLE !!! Including our friend Dennis !! I feel sorry for Don having to put up with these “babbling idiots” !! They never shut up and never stop trying to impress us !! You are missed so mucvh !!!!!

By: John from Shrewsbury
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 01:35
I’ve followed baseball since it was mostly radio. I’ve rooted for two great teams. I lived in St. Louis for a time about in the early 60s, and I’ve been a Red Sox fan since I came to New England in the late 60s.

You have been a part of that Red Sox experience for so long I don’t know how to appreciate it as much without you. Some broadcasters elaborate. Some pontificate. Some distract, some enhance.

But you, sir, are a part of the team to so many of us, and you always have been, you just don’t get off the bench and onto the field much anymore.

So many hopes and prayers go with you. I am sorry to have waited so long to add mine to the awesome list above.

Get well. We need you out there, and there’s a pennant to win, a Series to try and sweep, and you need to be part of our lives again.

thanks for all you’ve done.

Never stop.

By: Jim
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 01:07
Wishing Jerry Remy a speedy return to the booth…it’s not the same without you..save us from the “CHEESE” Sorry Eck..but I miss Jerry too much CHEESE!!! I guess I’m lactose intolerant…lol

By: Erin
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 00:41
We miss you Remdawg! Watching the Red Sox games just isn’t the same without you :(
Get well soon!

By: Carl Barstow
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 00:13
Jerry,
I wish you well in your recovery. I too am a cancer survivor, and understand some of the mental challenges associated with recovery from such a serious illness. With a lot of prayer, you can learn to handle the stress caused by cancer, and allow your body to heal. Ek and Don are holding down the fort for you, but your humor, and “charm”, are missed.

By: Cantor Steven Dress
Thu, 11 Jun 2009 00:03
Dear Jerry:

We pray for your return to perfect health and a long life. We are also hopeful that you will feel energized to resume your role as Red Sox Nation’s outstanding commentator. You are missed.

As a life-long fanatical Red Sox fan (who has never allowed my synagogue members or students to enter my office with New York Y—–‘s attire) I ask God to be attentive to you and your family. As you bring joy to others with integrity, humor, and with acts of charity, your countless fans are rooting for you each day.

Faithfully,
Cantor Steven Dress, Sharon MA

By: EDDIE
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 21:19
I hope that Remdog Gets better soon because he Makes a good announcer and makes it so much fun .

By: Diana C
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 17:54
Jerry,

Get well soon. It’s not the same without you. Eck is doing a great job, but he can’t fill your shoes. With Eck in the box we are getting a pitcher’s perspective on the game which I find interesting especially when he lets you know what type of a pitch is coming next. Take care, come back soon.
Diana

By: Matt M
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 17:06
Dear Jerry, As a Somerset native , now western Ma resident, I have followed your career closely. As a child in the seventies, you became one of my heros. As you continue to battle your illness please remember that you are still one of my highest reguarded heros. Please get well soon. My 2 sons age 7 and 9 say a prayer for you often. They have heard many stories of your playing days from me. They are learning how to bunt well because of you.
Again get well soon. We miss your presence in the booth.

Matt and Family

By: dan harkins
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 13:54
RemDawg, as a member of the nation, I hope and pray that you win this battle and can return soon. We NEED our President back! To me, you’ve become as much a part of the redsox as fenway park itself. You have truly helped to create, without exception, the greatest atmosphere of any ballpark in all of baseball. Get well. Get back soon. Its not the same without you!

By: bam ramsay
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 10:29
hello jerry, just keeping u in my prayers. get well soon, god bless, bam

By: Duane-O
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 02:34
Gerry- hope the recovery is going well. I’ve got to think you’ve had some pretty good belly laughs listening to Ek with a baseball language all his own,
sharp wit & outside voice!!!, winding up Don! Just wondering- would NESN allow you a hot line to call in to the booth from time-to-time to chime in & rib the guys for a uniqueness not seen in other sports markets.

My wife & I watch most games either at home, friends house or sports bar. There truly is nothing like the spirit & excitement of championship Boston sports! Take care & be well.

D & C in NH

By: Kathie
Wed, 10 Jun 2009 01:43
God bless you, Jerry,, sure do miss you. Love your laughter and kidding around during the Red Sox games.

By: Fran DePalma
Tue, 09 Jun 2009 16:51
Miss you Jerry, hope your recovery is coming along well. Fran

By: Johnny A
Tue, 09 Jun 2009 10:46
jerry . get well soon , you and don are the beatles of baseball anouncers , get well fast . if not sooner lol . your nation needs you

By: Linda S.
Tue, 09 Jun 2009 04:44
Hi Jerry, Miss u much !!! The games aren’t the same without u. ” You’ll be back in the saddle before u know it.” Get plenty of R & R ,ENJOY YOUR FAMILY and TAKE CARE OF U !!! Linda

By: Deb Driscoll
Tue, 09 Jun 2009 00:17
I miss your laugh!! Come back soon, my thoughts and prayers are with you….we all love you Rem

By: Jim Evans
Mon, 08 Jun 2009 23:33
Jerry, our prayers are for you and your family. I know that you will have a speedy recovery and be back in the booth in no time. Take one ay at a time. You are greatly missed.

Take Care,

Jim Evans
Glenale, AZ

By: Doug and Nancy Smith
Mon, 08 Jun 2009 19:25
Our heart goes out to you and your family for a speedy recovery. Cancer is a terrible thing to have to go through
Our families have seen it more than we should of.

By: Ben
Mon, 08 Jun 2009 14:01
RemDawg….Jerry
I hope everything is going as good as it can at a time like this. I know how tough cancer can be, but persevionce and determination are the greatest weapons against it, oh ya and laughter. You are much more than a broadcaster to every sox fan in our nation. Heck, your our president! and I would want anyone else in that position, well maybe Teddy Ballgame. Sometimes god test us with challenges to make us realize the important things in life, and we come out better after. All my best wishes are with you and your family Jerry.

P.S. I still laugh wicked hard every time I see this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYEvINdUb9I

By: Kathleen Duffy
Sun, 07 Jun 2009 22:39
Jerry,
Please come back. I’ve had so much cheese,(and salad,cans of corn,and a muffin or two) that now I have “gas”! I hope you get to read this stuff yourself, because I was trying to make you laugh. When there was a double steal last night, I missed you so much I had to write to tell you so. I can’t stand it when I ask Dennis questions while I’m watching and he doesn’t answer me. You know, the colective contiousness thing. After 20 years, you see something and it makes you say out loud “remember when….” or “What team did that guy play for?” “I wonder what that rule is?” Just as if you hear us, you always answer right away. I really just wanted to tell you how much you are missed by my family and all your friends at Amtrak.

By: Mr&mrs Ken Adair
Sun, 07 Jun 2009 15:31
Jerry,I have been a Sox fan all of my life,which will soon be 74 years.My wife who is a Colorado native is now almost as avid a fan as I.She wants me to tell you not to sweat the cancer thing.Her uncle lived with us for over 35 years after a throat operation for cancer.He passed in 1983,but not from cancer,he was 88 years old and age finally wore him out .We really do miss your humor and wit kid so quit screwing around and get back to work!!

By: Brian McCann
Sun, 07 Jun 2009 14:56
Hoping you are coming along fine. Red Sox Nation really Really misses you in the BOOTH. Remdawg and Don are the very best in the broadcast booth anywhere.
I have taken to watching the games on NESN , but the sound comes from my Radio, cannot stand The FILL-IN the Homes games presently have. Get well soon Brian & Irene Fall River

By: Walter J Crossley
Sun, 07 Jun 2009 08:58
We miss you in the booth but, take plenty of time to recuperate,rest,and heal.Will be awaiting your return.

By: Johnny A
Sun, 07 Jun 2009 00:04
this is a sad year in red sox nation . when key personnel in red sox nation are ill . you can see it affect it has on everyone . i truely beleave once you return as commander and cheif of the red sox nation . you will see a mark change in the red sox . we wish you gods health and make a fast return to the nation your people awaits you

By: Brian & Hayley Hunter Paisley Scotland
Sat, 06 Jun 2009 20:20
We are both sorry to hear that you are unwell, as Huge Redsox Fan we have been watching from the other side of the pond and miss you loads and we both send our wishes to you and your family and that your wonderful voice will be back on the air when you are ready. All our love Brain & Hayley Hunter Paisley Scotland

By: Michael Lapham
Sat, 06 Jun 2009 14:48
Get well soon REM-DAUG the booth not the same with out you!! Its like the red sox bench without Johnny Pesky. Prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family. GET BACK SOOOOOON!!! Mike from Natick.

By: Floyd
Sat, 06 Jun 2009 05:55
Speedy recovery. I can relate as I am recovering from 2 brain surgeries this past winter and we are about the same age. Take it slow, a day at a time and hold on to those things that get us through the day. You are missed.
Peace and Strength to you Jerry Remy

By: Tricia Roger
Sat, 06 Jun 2009 01:41
Hope you get well soon Remy. My mom and I like to watch the games on NESN but, we really miss you in the booth.

By: mary elizabeth
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 22:59
Jerry I hope you are doing well, you are missed very, very much

By: Marilyn Fatherley
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 22:40
Jerry we are thinking of you and hope that you are doing well and coming back soon the very best to you

By: Eddie
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 22:35
As a DIE-HARD – LIFE LONG NY YANKEE FAN, I think Jerry Remy is one of THE BEST at what he does. I miss him now. Don is a great straight guy with him. I watch you RED SOX because I love the Rivalry. The Red Sox are a great organization. As my 3 year old grandson says, “Nanny, the only thing we hate, is the Boston Red Sox”. GET WELL REMY!

By: Ken
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 19:49
Dear Jerry I miss seeing you on the Red Sox broadcast.I am old enough to remember you when you used to play. I hope that you return soon. An old fan
Manchester, NH

By: Warren O’Neill
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 17:00
Jerry…I MISS YOU and besides that I keep gaining weight due to Eck continuosly talking about CHEESE and SALAD…It keeps me hungry…GET WELL and Come Back Soon!!!!!

By: Brodeurs
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 12:45
Jerry
Our prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. Miss you.
Brodeurs, Palm Coast, FL

By: Mary & Family
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 00:18
Dear Jerry,

I watch you on NESN and my daughter watches you on MLB in Belgium.
We both want you to know we miss you and want you back as soon as possible.
Don is fabulous….and we love Eck, but hearing your voice makes it a
perfect ballgame….even when the score isn’t in our favor.

Please get well soon and let us all know when we can expect you back.
Hopefully, it will be very soon.

Love and prayers from all of us.

By: Janet Brayden
Thu, 04 Jun 2009 17:57
Get well soon, Jerry. I miss the constant giggling fits that you and Don always have.

Having lost a brother to lung cancer I’m happy that you shared your story. Don was a four pack a day smoker who cut back but never quit – even after losing a lung.

I hope that kids, in particular, will learn something from your story;.

By: Lorraine Boudreault
Thu, 04 Jun 2009 17:43
Jerry,
You’re in my daily prayers for sure. I know you’re in good hands and that you’ll be in your regular seat in the booth very soon.

Blessings,
Lorraine from Beverly

By: andrew mccarthy
Thu, 04 Jun 2009 09:08
Dear Jerry,
Thank you. To share your story with a group of strangers took a lot of courage. I especially appreciate it because I lost both parents as a teenager to lung cancer and I never knew what happened until they were gone. If you can keep one person from suffering you have done a great thing. I remember your first days in the booth and you have grown so much as a commentator, personality and a friendly face to look forward to during the telecast. Thanks for opening your life and heart to all of us. Get well soon we miss you and love you.
Andrew F McCarthy
Sox fan since ’58

By: Carol R
Thu, 04 Jun 2009 03:32
Jerry,
Still waiting patiently for your return!! With so many prayers going out to you, you must be doing okay!!! Keep up the fight! You’re terrific and needed badly in that booth! I miss laughing with you and Don. Come on Remdawg, come back!!!
Carol Runkle

By: Dean
Thu, 04 Jun 2009 00:41
Mr. Remy, Joanne and I miss hearing your voice during the Red Sox games. You and Don are great together. You ad a terrific sense of humor and commentary regardless of the score. God Bless You and get well soon!

Sincerely,
Dean & Joanne

By: christopher mehegan
Thu, 04 Jun 2009 00:04
hey jerry remy.hope you get better soon and well enough to work alongside don orsillo you are a definate sports legend as far as being both a former player and a booth announcer i enjoy being a hardcore red sox fan i will continue to watch both the red sox and and their affiliates on nesn all the time get well soon rem dawg.sincerly christopher anthony mehegan from peabody,ma p.s you are the best sports announcer to ever live in the game today you definately serve as a role model to little kids and people everywhere.

By: scott and lorna warman
Wed, 03 Jun 2009 17:42
Jerry, we are Maine transplants living in the Chicago area. We have listened to your great coverage and fun loving ways for the past five years. We enjoy our nightly dinner with the Red Sox game but miss you!!! We continue to wish you a healthy recovery and God’s blessing and comfort to you each day! Look forward to your return!!!

By: kathy austin
Wed, 03 Jun 2009 14:33
Get well soon Remy-we love you. Every night my girls and I shout out at the beginning of every game “Buenos noches amigos!” for you. We laugh, sadly because we miss you in the booth. We were watching the game where one of the guys from Green Day was trying to eat the Beckett burger and Don and whoever were laughing a little.
We were saying that if it were you and Don, you two would be busting out luaghing at this guy. We miss your fun, stories and commentary. Best wishes and we hope to see you soon.

By: Ellen Thompson
Wed, 03 Jun 2009 01:54
Jerry,

Sorry to hear of your illness. We wish you a speed recovery. Please come back soon the games are not the same. Always wonder what your comment would be at certain times during each game. All scorecard lessons await your return!!!
Best of luck to you from Rutland, VT

By: Gregory Benton
Wed, 03 Jun 2009 01:49
Hey Jerry, I’m an Iraq war veteran, we fought hard and i know your a fighter too, We miss your friendly voice and great smile, You are in our prayers, may god give you a speedy recovery, Your a fighter scooter #2…. Chelsea, Mass p.s. Eckersley can’t fill your shoes.

By: Rebecca Andrews
Wed, 03 Jun 2009 01:25
Jerry, You are in my prayers for a speedy, full recovery. We miss you terribly. Radio just isn’t the same without your witt and air guitar playing. Even the rats down in Tampa have taken time off from the radio booth cause no one was more fun to scare than you. Again, Get Well Soon.

By: Karen Dery
Tue, 02 Jun 2009 19:59
Get Well Jerry! I miss you tons! I have a Jerry Remy signed baseball and baseball card and I try to touch it as often as possible to send you good luck! Both you and Don are the best!

By: goodreau
Tue, 02 Jun 2009 17:45
get well, Jerry! Miss your voice on NESN.
Barbara and bill goodreau/somerset, ma.

By: Doug Reil
Tue, 02 Jun 2009 12:11
Hey #2 Get well soon. Got to get you back in the booth so we can get some clean language back in there.

By: Jdawg
Tue, 02 Jun 2009 02:48
Jerry
Hope u feel better soon…. cant wait to hear u back in the booth again with Don orsiollo…. HOPE U GET BETTER REALLY SOON!

By: greenmountaincharlie
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 23:29
it just ain’t right watching games with your bobblehead duct taped to the tv and not hearing your voice… and it’s starting to creep my girfriend out that i won’t take it down, we need ya back old timer… laughter is the best medicine.

By: daniel
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 22:40
hi jerry,get well soon we all miss you on nesn.

By: Kenny
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 22:25
May God give you strength through this difficult time

By: Tina M. Olson
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 20:34
Hi Jerry, Sence you are on sick leave. I haven’t sceen Wally in the booth with Don. Get well soon. I miss you in the booth with Don. God Speed . Tina M.Olson, Bristol,CT

By: Pat
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 18:58
Hey Jerry. Redsox baseball is just not the same without your voice in my living room every night. The others filling in for you have been “okay”, but nobody beats the RemDawg. Wishing you a full recovery and hope to hear you back where you belong soon.

Pat from Attleboro

By: Ray Stickney
Mon, 01 Jun 2009 12:48
Hi Jerry,
Please get well quickly. We haven’t heard a decent air guitar all season. Don obviously can’t play one.
Best wishes for a quick and complete recovery. The games aren’t the same without you.
Also, want to send my thoughts and prayers to your wife and family.
Ray

By: jim
Sun, 31 May 2009 23:03
its not the same without you rem dog.get well soon.

By: John Monteiro
Sun, 31 May 2009 21:20
Hey Jerry, We miss our Rem Dawg,, get well soon,, it’s not the same without you. We love you and our prayers are with you. Take care from John Monteiro & family.

By: Neftali
Sun, 31 May 2009 20:24
Hey Jerry, espero que te recuperes pronto,te extrañamos aca en Puerto Rico, saludos y Buenas tardes amigo!!!

By: Alan N
Sun, 31 May 2009 20:15
As a lifelong Red Sox fan who has listened to all of the great announcers that have covered the organization, you are sorely missed. Hurry back. No one else can say buenos noches or buenos tardes like you. And no one is making Don laugh quite like you do.

By: Stew
Sun, 31 May 2009 18:45
Get well soon RemDawg! Watching games without you behind the mic is just isn’t the same. Your insight and humor are priceless.

By: Isaac Dickson
Sun, 31 May 2009 05:58
Dear Jerry,

Hope to hear you soon. You are like a part of the family and we have missed your voice at the dinner table every night. hopefully, I will finally give up smoking after yet another example of what it can do to a person.

The Dickson family

By: Kevin Grant
Sun, 31 May 2009 00:25
Jerry,

Best wishes to you from Belgrade, Maine. Looking forward to hearing you up in the booth with Don again. Get well soon.

By: Al Leslie
Sat, 30 May 2009 21:54
Dear Jerry,
My wife, Helen, and I are both cancer survivors and we know that you have the make-up and determination to be one, also. We keep you in our thoughts every day, and in our prayers every night. We eagerly await your return to rejoin our old Pittsfield friend, Don Orsillo, in the booth. Best of luck to you and all of your family. The entire “NATION” is pulling for you.

By: Ken Godin
Sat, 30 May 2009 19:24
Hope your recovery is progressing well and that when their booth-icon is ready to come back, the Sox hand you a big lead in the East along with your mike.

By: Dorothy Mapes
Sat, 30 May 2009 18:52
Hi Jerry,Really miss you announcing with Don. Our thoughts and prayers are with you to recover and get back soon.

By: Ali
Sat, 30 May 2009 18:07
Buenos Noches Amigo….games aren’t the same without you!!! You are loved and missed by all of Red Sox Nation. Get well soon Jerry!

By: stan pysczynski
Sat, 30 May 2009 17:36
Get Well Jerry.I am old enough to have watched you play.You was great then ! I voted for you many times when you was running to lead Red Sox Nation and I have listen to you on the NESN broadcasts.

Now get well knock the Big C for a loop and come back to where we can see and hear you.

Thank U for every thing Mr. President !

By: Rosemary Swochak & Joanne Yourous
Sat, 30 May 2009 16:45
Jerry, Just want to send our best wishes and prayers to you and your family. We miss hearing you and laughing with you and Don. You know you have changed the way this game has been broadcast and have given your listeners a new and awesome way to enjoy the Red Sox!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We love you, Ro and Jo

By: Kim S
Sat, 30 May 2009 01:00
Remy, Hope you are doing well and will be back soon. My mom is a huge Sox Fan and the games aren’t the same for her without you. We all miss you. Healing thoughts and prayers to you. Come back soon!

By: Penny Bride
Sat, 30 May 2009 00:57
RemDawg – My thoughts & prayers are with you. You MUST get better soon – Eck is ok – But – YOU DA MAN!! Hurry back, the Nation misses you.

Penny from Vermont

By: SueB
Sat, 30 May 2009 00:50
Remdawg – as many have said before, the games are just not the same without you. Please take care of yourself and come back soon!

By: Gail Counter
Sat, 30 May 2009 00:38
Hi Jerry!
While you’re getting better,which we hope you are,think about adding long sleeve t-shirts on your website. It is New England. It gets chilly! I hope we see you at a game this year!!!! WE miss hearing your voice!! especially my Mom,Ceil!!!! We love you!! Pray for you!! Miss you!!!!! Hurry back!!!! Get better soon!!! Ceil and Gail Counter of Holyoke,Ma.

By: Deedee Maratea
Sat, 30 May 2009 00:27
we just returned from florida. i’m stunned to read of Jerry Remy.
i’m a former operating room nurse and want Jerry to know he can come thru this with flying colors. we will keep him in our thoughts and prayers. we can’t wait to hear him in the booth again. he and don have a synergistic effect on each other; both are incredibly entertaining and provide the best sports announcing when working together as one. we love both our Jerry and Don. God bless both of you.

love,
deedee and sal

By: Kathy Phipps
Fri, 29 May 2009 22:38
Jerry, please get well soon and come back to us. We out here in western Ma. miss you. Don is doing a great job and so are the fill ins but there is still something missing.
Kathy in Wilbraham

By: Amy in Portland
Fri, 29 May 2009 21:20
Hey REMDAWG,
I miss you Gobs during the games..I am a closet smoker. Smoked my last cig. two weeks ago in honor of my life and yours..
There are so many Red Sox Nation fans praying for you..
Give Wally a hug!!!
Amy in Portland, Maine

By: peggy
Fri, 29 May 2009 21:14
Jerry,

The Red Sox games are not the same without you. Get well and come back soon.

Peggy
A fan from New Hampshire

By: kathy
Fri, 29 May 2009 11:31
Jerry – Am thinking of you more and more the longer it takes for you to return to full health, keeping you in my prayers. Especially when we’re losing it’s very hard to listen to the game without you. Wishing you well and hope that all is going well for you.

By: Janelle Blake
Fri, 29 May 2009 02:23
Jerry, I have been praying for you daily and will continue to do so. Your commentary has always been a big part of Red Sox watching in our house. Get well soon, Sincerely, Janelle Blake

By: Teri & Cary Gladstone
Fri, 29 May 2009 01:44
Jerry we miss you but hope you are using this time to care for yourself. Please take care and we hope to hear your smooth talk again soon

By: Marlene & John MacFarlane
Thu, 28 May 2009 23:05
Jerry we are still thinking of you and praying. We hope NESN gives us an update on you soon!!!! We miss and love you!

By: Diane Stanchina
Thu, 28 May 2009 22:58
Jerry, I wanted to write again to let you know you are still in our thoughts and prayers. At the start of every game we keep hoping it will be you and Don in the booth, Red Sox baseball is just not the same without you there. We are wishing you a complete and speedy recovery. We miss you! Diane and Family

By: Bobby Foley
Thu, 28 May 2009 21:32
Hi Jerry,

We miss your hilarious antics & fantastic broadcasting skills of our beloved Red Sox.Get well & hope to see you back on the air soon.Your the best

Bobby

By: Muzzy
Thu, 28 May 2009 20:14
We miss you, Jerry. Dave, Dewey and Dennis are doing their best (Dennis did have that one little slip of the tongue) and it’s appreciated, but we can’t wait for you to get back in your chair (or on the desk playing air guitar).

By: Gilbert & Nancy Taylor Pawtucket, R I
Thu, 28 May 2009 19:21
Dear Jerry, We hope your recovery is going well. We wanted you to know how much we care. Eck and Dave are doing good in the booth but it’s not the same. We miss you and Don joking and all the laughter. We hope to see you back soon. We miss you Jerry. Gilbert & Nancy Taylor

By: Karen & Charles Farrar (Wylie, TX)
Thu, 28 May 2009 19:16
Our prayers are with you during this time of healing. We have always enjoyed watching the Boston Red Sox on MLB Extra Innings because you and Don make the games so much fun and interesting. The games just aren’t the same without you. Please hurry back. You are definitely missed.

By: Jane from Maine
Thu, 28 May 2009 15:45
I think I can speak for everyone from Maine…We Miss You! We love our SeaDogs,especially when they get to wear that Red Sox uniform.
You and Don make the game a blast! We’re all pulling for you. Get well soon!
Jane from Maine

By: Travis
Thu, 28 May 2009 02:05
Get well soon Remy, I’ll have my poster out for you next week, big guy! What will the games be like without you busting balls on the Sox Appeal candidates!?!?!?

By: Wayne and MaryAnn in Kansas City
Thu, 28 May 2009 01:21
Jerry, we want you to know that we continue to keep you in our constant prayers for healing in Jesus. He is our great physician and comfort in every need. We miss you as we cheer on the Red Sox. Your Red Sox Nation Family in Kansas City!

By: PJ
Thu, 28 May 2009 01:13
Hope all is going well for you Jerry! Can’t wait to see you back on NESN doing what you enjoy. We miss you!

By: Algy Layden
Thu, 28 May 2009 00:26
Jerry – it saddens me every time a game begins to not have you there to chime in after Don. I hope you are recuperating and will be able to return to the NESN booth. Wishing you well – Algy Layden, Middlebury, VT

By: Denise Gervais
Wed, 27 May 2009 21:32
Jerry
Get well soon & please return to the booth – We miss you & pray for you everyday……….

By: Maurice Slaunwhite
Wed, 27 May 2009 21:03
Hi Jerry

As two of your biggest fans in Halifax Nova Scotia,we watch you and Don as much as we can.Red Sox baseball is not the same without your take on the game,life is not the same without hearing you match wits with Don.Take care and get well soon ,we miss you muchly.

Maurice Slaunwhite and Ellen St. George

By: David&Karen
Wed, 27 May 2009 17:12
Jerry,

WE wish you well and hope you return soon to the booth with Orsillo.You both make a great team.We miss your jokes,comments and general foolishness with Don.
Nobody brings out the best and worst in Don like you do. You are truly a Red Sox icon!

By: Dan
Wed, 27 May 2009 03:28
Jerry get well soon and PLEASE hurry back, we don’t need to listen to Eck and his stupid dead Central, and Dave Roberts repeatedly saying this guy is a baseball player, or repeating Don Orsillo’s sentences.

By: Ian Carey
Wed, 27 May 2009 02:13
Jerry, the Careys, in Barre Vermont miss you, and we hope you have a quick recovery, we’re looking forward to you being back in the booth.

By: Cliff Jeffries
Wed, 27 May 2009 01:39
Jerry,
We really miss you! We’re praying for you and your family.

By: Justin Gray
Wed, 27 May 2009 01:12
Cant wait until you make a full recovery and come back and rag on Dons suits. Youre as recognizable as any every day player and i just wish you and your family all the best. Hope to hear you saying ” Buenos noches amigos (i know i spelled that wrong)” very soon.We miss you and hope to hear you soon-
You the man Remdawg-

By: Dunbarton NH Sox Fans
Wed, 27 May 2009 01:05
Hey Remdawg:
We hope you have a speedy recovery, we miss you!! You and your family are in our prayers.

By: creecher
Wed, 27 May 2009 00:19
Jerry,
we wish you a complete and speedy recovery. The games are just not as much fun with out you and Don being silly and your out of control laughter. Your subs just don’t have what you guys have together.
Get well soon.
the CT Creech family

By: Nellie
Wed, 27 May 2009 00:02
Hey RemDawg get well soon thoughts are with you everything is different without you in the booth.

By: Red Sox fan from Vermont
Tue, 26 May 2009 23:20
Take care, Jerry! Although I desperately miss your presence in the booth, what is most important is that you do whatever you need to do to be happy and healthy. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. :)

By: Rem Dawg Fan
Tue, 26 May 2009 22:20
Your broadcasts, together with your book “Watching Baseball”, dramatically changed my view of baseball. Although I’ve long been a sports fanatic, until I moved to New England as an adult and began watching the Red Sox on NESN, I had never been a fan of the game. Your insights into the game turned me into an enthusiastic fan of the game and the Red Sox. It’s too bad that there aren’t more broadcasters out there with your wealth of knowledge–it makes watching those national broadcasters painful! Hope to see you back in the booth soon!

By: Eric DiMartino
Tue, 26 May 2009 21:26
Hey remdog I miss you so much i can’t wait to see you back on nesn. Your the the best remdog get well and will see you back soon

By: Mark L
Tue, 26 May 2009 21:26
Hey Remdawg:

You are widely miss by rsn.I miss discussing about you at work the next day.How you got Don cracking up and then you start cracking up which gets everybody cracking up,just keep the faith and so will keep the faith too and will see you back in the booth very soon,

By: Peter king
Tue, 26 May 2009 19:44
Best wishes for a complete recovery, its not the same without the REMDAWG.

By: Yaz081967
Tue, 26 May 2009 18:59
Our family wishes to extend our best wishes and speedy recovery to you, Jerry. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. You are sorely missed! Wally misses you terribly!

By: RemyFan
Tue, 26 May 2009 18:29
Jerry – You are one of the reasons I understand baseball so well. Your ability to explain the game in an entertaining way is what drew me in (besides the fact that the Red Sox rule)! I hope you take all the time you need to be healthy in all aspects of your life. You are one of a kind and we’ll all be waiting patiently for your return. Best of luck!

By: Florence
Tue, 26 May 2009 17:28
Jerry,

My family and I wish you a full and quick recovery. Not a game goes by that we don’t think of you and wish we could hear your comments on the happenings of the day. Listen to your doctors and come back soon.

Florence, John and Marilyn
Alexandria, VA

By: Judy Blueyes
Tue, 26 May 2009 16:28
Jerry, you are in our prayers for a full and speedy recovery. Your presence in the booth is missed by many!

If you talk to Eck, can you please tell him there’s a “g” at the end of breaking (not “breakin’ ball)?

Get well soon! Connecticut misses you.

By: Janet Livingston,
Tue, 26 May 2009 15:04
Jerry, First of all my thoughts and prayers are with you for a complete recovery. If anybody can beat that horrible animal inside you, IT’S YOU!
Keep the FAITH. You are SO missed. Your brillant comments with and to Don are so serious yet so darn funny. Hearing you laugh makes me laugh and believe me I can’t wait for that. “I live for that!” Well Jerry, Its not the same without you but we all know you are doing what is best for you and your family. God Bless.

Janet

By: Karen
Tue, 26 May 2009 00:37
Get well soon! Everyone misses you but we will wait for you as long as it takes for you to make a full recovery.

By: Jerry Rice
Mon, 25 May 2009 23:29
Jerry, Get well soon. We miss you very much!! LOL I love your fill ins because they are a big part of Red Sox nation, however they are not color commentators. Red Sox nation can’t wait for your return but we want you back in good health. Hope to see you back in the booth soon!!

By: Bosoxtom
Mon, 25 May 2009 20:42
Jerry, I have been thinking and praying for you since I heard the news. I think you should view it as a routine grounder going well(your life), the ball hits the edge of the grass(the cancer), it takes a wicked wild bounce to your left(things get worse) but you recover– back hand it and throw the runner out at first. As a former middle infielder, I would take that approach. Hopefully you have snared that bad hop and you are throwing out the runner(cancer). Sincere thoughts and prayers, Bosoxtom in Maine.

By: Geo & Barb Cardeiro/former Somerset, Ma.
Mon, 25 May 2009 20:03
Hi Jerry, We are praying for you & your family. Hope you are doing better!!! Hurry back, We love the Red Sox, but it isn’t the same without you. Your humor & jokes are missed. I think I see a tear in Don’s eye everytime he TRIES to think up something funny!! Poor Man!! You are so badly missed by all of us. We want you back real soon!!! Remember our ‘ol school SHS??????? Take care of yourself. God Bless You & Your Family.

By: Jeani
Mon, 25 May 2009 16:18
Jerry,
Please, for my own selfih reasons, make a speedy recovery! Your humour makes my day. Im lost w/o you behind the mic. Dewy is trying, but doesnt compare to a Remdawg/Orcillo team. I hope the rest of your family is doing well. I know how hard it is to deal w/ lung cancer. I lost both parents in a short amount of time to it.
So please~ we need you! Take care, but hurry back!
Jeani from Quincy

By: Ms Fran
Mon, 25 May 2009 14:24
When will you be back Rem? Hopefully soon, although I think Ekc is doing a great job filling in giving us a clue from a pitches perspective. I have learned lots about balls, strikes, sliders, cutters, fast balls etc.. he knows and reports which helps us understand the different pitching styles….

By: MARTY MARTIN
Mon, 25 May 2009 13:21
good morning jerry, thank you for doing what you do, set the example, your health first and family may god continue to bless and protect you and your family . marty martin bristol ct

By: steven federico
Mon, 25 May 2009 12:56
dear jerry” i pray for you ” and wish you all the very best you are indeed missed and i know many fans feel the same stay positive your a fighter and you will win this battle” as youve won many before’ im sure they said you were to small to play pro ball” but you proved them wrong’ and beat all the odds! just as you will now! god bless you always take care sincerely steve

By: Jill
Mon, 25 May 2009 02:53
Jerry,

Hope you are well. I just want you to know that you are missed!! Your insights and the love the game and every detail about it makes the NESN broadcast a HUGE part of Red Sox Nation. Eck and Dave Roberts and today Dwight Evans are doing a great job filling in but it is not the same without the Remy laugh. There are times that I have laughed along with you to the point of crying — about the NESN t-shirts ads, for example!!! And no matter how many times I see the clip of you playing air guitar I laugh out loud!!!

Take care of yourself but know that you are wanted back in the booth as soon as you feel ready. Very, very best wishes to you and your family.

By: Dave and Kathy
Sun, 24 May 2009 23:57
Dear Remy.
You are dearly missed in the booth. Even though the others are okay, they can’t measure up to the job you and Don do together. You are like ice cream and apple pie. Please have a speedy recovery so that things can be back to normal.
We are praying for quick recovery.
Dave and Kathy in North Haverhill NH

By: paul
Sun, 24 May 2009 23:17
We miss you Remy, get well soon. Never forget “who you are,and whose you are” In my Thoughts and Prayers!

By: Michelle
Sun, 24 May 2009 21:59
Hi Jerry,

The first time I saw you in the booth with Don, you were hilarious. I was crying. Since that moment on, I have been a huge fan of yours, my dad followed you through your career when we lived in Boston. Get well soon and know that you have the entire Red Sox Nation wishing you a speedy but successful return.

By: bonnie and leon
Sun, 24 May 2009 20:44
We wish you a speedy recovery!! We do not like ekerby filling in for you, orsillo is ok, but by no means remdawg.

By: maureen
Sun, 24 May 2009 20:41
Jerry

I hope you are feeling better and I wish you a speedy recovery. Let’s face it watching the game with out you in the
booth is so boring. You make the game so much fun to watch. You make us laugh every game. The red sox nation misses
you My prayers and thoughts are with you and I can not wait until we see you in the booth again.
Please come back soon and do some air guiatar for your fans.
Maureen
a Remy-Dog Fan

By: Brian Sullivan
Sun, 24 May 2009 19:23
Remdawg….more than your incisive baseball comments, your dancing is also missed…get well and get boogeying soon..
New Hampshire

By: Scott Phillips
Sun, 24 May 2009 19:11
Get we soon remdog, our thoughts are with you.

By: Joe and Barb M.
Sun, 24 May 2009 18:28
Jerry- We’re huge Red Sox fans, and maybe even bigger Jerry fans – we were the ones (probably not the only) who jumped up and down in front of the broadcast window at the Ballpark at Arlington a couple of years ago yelling hello to you, and another time we congratulated you at Rem Dawg’s for the great job you did grilling the sausages that day, …

Dave, Eck, Dewey are doing fine holding down the fort with Don. But we miss ya, and we’re pulling for you to get well, and get back!!

By: Bev and Dan Yohe
Sun, 24 May 2009 18:18
Get well soon, Jerry. We miss you and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

By: Ms Regis Roy
Sun, 24 May 2009 17:08
My sister was diagnosed with stomach cancer in September. She has always been a #1 Remdawg fan. She has decided they are fighting a battle together.I wish they could come up with a cure for cancer. We miss Remdawg in the booth, although we enjoy Eck too. Get well, soon!!!!

By: Liz Adler
Sun, 24 May 2009 15:15
Hi Jerry…finally dropping you a note to tell you after all these years (I am 60)that your Mom Connie was my ballet teacher for many years when I was growing up in Fall River, and your Uncle Russ spent many a frustrating hour with me trying to “get me to tap” (hopeless). I remember your Mom sooo pregnant with you in the dance studio, your Grandma making all those dancing tulips costumes in the basement of her home, and the seeming 1,000 steps for tiny baby legs from the ground floor up to the studio. We now live in Arizona but whenever I hear you as my husband listens to the game, I always tell him “the story” of meeting you “in utero” :). Godspeed in your recovery.

By: Mil and Peg
Sun, 24 May 2009 13:54
Jerry… We wish you Godspeed in your recovery and hope that you are able to return to your place beside the Don. Hoping that your ok and that everything is going fine. Best wishes to you and your family…

By: Nancy
Sun, 24 May 2009 12:03
Jerry…I miss you! I missed you when you retired from the game but now…ahhhhh!!! As much as I missed the dynamic team of Ned Martin and Ken Harrelson…I miss you a bazillion times more! Your humor, your energy and excitement and pure love of the game cannot be matched. Many prayers and well wishes sent to you daily.

By: Pam P
Sun, 24 May 2009 11:47
Hope to hear you on NESN very soon. You and Don make the game fun to watch and every night I wait for you to say something that cracke you right up. I promise when you come back, I will not stalk you by your car anymore lol.
GET WELL SOON my friend!!!!

By: Maryann
Sun, 24 May 2009 04:26
Jerry GET WELL SOON!! You are MISSED!!

By: jaime
Sun, 24 May 2009 02:22
hey rem dogg as a yankee fan i do have to say u are being missed alot u just put something different everytime u are in the booth it not the same and i hope u get well pretty soon i love the way u broadcast the yankees and sox games ur well fair…. get well soon homito

By: Butch Ouellette
Sun, 24 May 2009 01:13
Wishing you a complete and speedy recovery. Your knowledge of baseball and fits of laughing with Don Orsillo are sorely missed. You are truly the “Most Valuable Player” in any broadcast booth.

By: The Kozma Family
Sun, 24 May 2009 00:04
Get well soon Rem Dawg! You are in our thought and prayers. We need you back in the broadcasting booth perfecting your air guitar!! RedSox Nation is just not the same without you! Lot of love and well wishes to you Jerry!
Buenos Noches Amigo!

By: darlene
Sat, 23 May 2009 23:24
remdawg,

Get well soon….Miss watching you call the games. My entire family wishes you a speedy recovery.
Forever Red sox fan from Fall River.

By: Jeff Chapman
Sat, 23 May 2009 23:13
I wanna comment the Remdawg is definitely missed and irreplaceable so kick that cancer crap. Although he is irreplaceable I have to admit Eck seemed to know his “S@!T” regarding Youk in the first Mets game. My Wife Val says Buenos Noches!

By: Chuckie
Sat, 23 May 2009 18:44
Get well soon, RemDawg. I look forward to listening to you soon.

By: Rich Ferguson Lowell,MA.
Sat, 23 May 2009 18:16
Jerry Just wanted to Echo my thoughts as everyone else is saying. Get well soon We all look forward to seeing you back in the booth ,and wish you a full and compleate recovery. Our prayers and thoughts are with you

Good Luck , Rich From Lowell

By: IRENE
Sat, 23 May 2009 17:29
REMDAWN THE BROADCASTIBG ISN’T THE SAME WITHOUT YOUR LAUGHING SPELLS AND JOKING AROUND WITH DON. PLEASE GET WELL AND COME BACK SOON.

By: Karen Chetty
Sat, 23 May 2009 15:45
Get well soon RemDawg! You are missed! I listen to a morning radio show out of Grand Rapids, MI that plays your “Here comes the pizza” audio clip all the time. It’s awesome to hear your sense of humor on a national radio show half way across the country. The hosts crack up every time they play it :^)

By: Phyllis Flanagan
Sat, 23 May 2009 15:09
Jerry, I miss your commentary and your laughter. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Please get well soon.

Phyllis
Marlborough, MA

By: Diane
Sat, 23 May 2009 14:38
Jery,

The game isn’t the same without you. What you bring to the plate while watching the Red Sox can’t be beat; not to mention all the laughs you and Don give us! We miss you very much! Stay strong, keep the faith, and get well soon. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Diane
Dover, NH

By: Sue
Sat, 23 May 2009 14:19
Jerry,
As avid Red Sox fans that watch most games, your presence in the booth in truly missed. Others are trying hard, but you are just irreplaceable!

Hurry and get well soon – thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of healing and recovery.

Sue

By: Nancy
Sat, 23 May 2009 12:47
Hope you are getting better every day and will be back with the Sox soon. We all miss you! Don needs your help with his ‘outfits’.

By: Julie Bryan
Sat, 23 May 2009 09:03
Hey Rem Dawg – best wishes for a full and speedy recovery – the games just aren’t the same without you. Get well really soon!
Julie Bryan
Lynn, MA

By: nate
Sat, 23 May 2009 01:46
Get well soon Jerry. Eckersly if i spelled his name right talks about masturbate instead of masterson. Ya i caught that

By: The Riley Family
Sat, 23 May 2009 00:59
Jerry – We are all rooting for you (as we do for the sox!) to get well and beat your cancer. We miss hearing your voice (and laughter) during the games. Think positive and we look forward to seeing your return to the booth soon!

John, Nancy, Megan and Johnny
Braintee, MA

By: mike cashman
Sat, 23 May 2009 00:52
jerry

we really miss hearing you at the ball game. we pray for your recovery. be strong.

mike and son jack

By: Jim
Sat, 23 May 2009 00:47
Jerry,

Our best wishes to you for a speedy recovery. Jim

By: barb s
Sat, 23 May 2009 00:35
Before you know it, this will be behind you.
Hope you are doing as well as possible- sending positive vibes your way always.

For my own benefit- get back to the tv0 Eck is making me crazy!

By: Ron Boisvert
Sat, 23 May 2009 00:05
Jerry,

We miss you… Both my wife and I weren’t really baseball fans or Red Sox fans until we started listening to Jerry Remy call the games… Get well soon… Ron and Maureen

By: Merry Shepherd
Fri, 22 May 2009 19:52
From one cancer survivor to another – Stay positive. A positive outlook is really helpful. Can’t wait to see you back.

By: ceil and gail
Fri, 22 May 2009 15:44
we miss you jerry come back soon

By: John Duff
Fri, 22 May 2009 14:20
Dawg..we miss you …Buckwas good, Dave Roberts is just fine but there is no other Remdawg…get well very soon…

John from Spencer

By: Jim in Winthrop
Fri, 22 May 2009 12:29
Best wishes to you and your family during this difficult time. Stay strong and never give up. Take each day at a time. Always remember you are never in this fight alone. You are certainly missed on the Sox game’s broadcasts. The “Eck” is just not the “Remdawg”. God Bless.

By: erp lee
Fri, 22 May 2009 02:16
Hang in there RemDawg – all of Red Sox Nation is pulling for you. You are loved.

By: Mike and Brenda Bell
Fri, 22 May 2009 01:54
Hi Jerry,
We wish you the best of luck for a speedy recovery. We miss listening to you and seeing you. We’ve been wondering why you weren’t commentating on the games, and I finally looked into it. We are saddened by the news, and wish you well. Take care of yourself and we hope you will be able to return.

Brenda and Mike (Waterboro, Maine)

By: sarah
Fri, 22 May 2009 01:45
we all wish you the best of luck and a speedy recovery. broadcasting the game is not the same with out you.
good luck and we will be waiting for your return

By: Dan
Fri, 22 May 2009 01:27
Dear Jerry,
I hope you get well soon! You are missed by us all. Hope to see you soon, take care and GOD BLESS and have a speedy recovery. Buenos Noches Amigo

By: Lisa
Fri, 22 May 2009 01:09
Hey RemDawg,
Get well Soon! We miss you, the games aren’t the same without you. We enjoy you and Don together…Dennis is killing us! Buenos Noches Amigo!

By: Cat Grip
Fri, 22 May 2009 00:25
Hey Remdawg,
My family has been Boston Red Sox fans all our lives. We enjoyed watching you play baseball, but even more I enjoy hearing you and watching you and Don go at it. :) I will pray for you to have a quick recovery, and a long and healthy life from now on. Please know there are so many people who care about you, we know that we don’t know you personally. You have just brought so much to our lives that we just want to say thank you too.
Take your time to rest up, but hurry if you can WE MISS U!
Cathy Grip

By: charlie
Thu, 21 May 2009 23:53
REM YOU ARE THE MAN WISHING YOU A SPEEDY RECOVERY AND HURRY BACK TO THE BOOTH
AND DON.WE MISS YOU

By: Bruce
Thu, 21 May 2009 19:32
Watching the NESN games are not the same without you next to Don !!
Get well soon and have a speedy recovery so Red Sox Nation can have a great summer with you and our Red Sox.

By: Pat
Thu, 21 May 2009 16:56
Hi Jerry. Very sorry to hear of your illness and hope you are on the road to a full recovery. REALLY miss your voice in my living room every night. Can never wait until April after a long winter with no Redsox to hear you guys again. You and Don are very entertaining, love the “silent” giggles and the way you love to pick on unsuspecting fans! My thoughts and prayers are with you every day. Hope to hear you on the air again soon. — Pat (Attleboro, MA)

By: ceil and gail
Thu, 21 May 2009 16:56
we miss you jerry get well soon hurry back

By: Andy & Julie
Thu, 21 May 2009 12:11
Jerry,

It is one thing to have move to Virginia and be out of the day-to-day (SOX)loop it is another to not hear your voice along side of Don’s. It’s just not the same! God bless and we wish you a speedy recovery.

By: Chris Bingham
Thu, 21 May 2009 03:06
Jerry,

My son and I wondered where you were after two games. We were saddened about your troubles. Hang in there. I have been a Red Sox fan since the 60’s and you and Don are the best announcers ever. You two have the greatest chemistry together. I love just sitting at home to watch the Sox on TV just to listen to you guys.
I have gone thru breast cancer treatment and my only suggestion is to keep a positive additude.
Good Luck, you are TOTALLY missed on Sox games. Chris

By: billy
Thu, 21 May 2009 03:05
Get well soon Rem Dog….the games will never be the same as when you were on air….you will be missed, and thanks for alot of laughs and good moments….you will not be forgotten!!!

By: Jeff C.
Thu, 21 May 2009 01:13
Get well dog. Eck is ok, but we miss your air guitar. You are the greatest sports announcer I’ve ever listened to. Why, because you make me laugh.
I know this is no laughing matter, my wife had thyroid cancer and a kidney transplant. So just hang in there and try to have a positive attitude. Thats what got my wife through her illness. Hurry back, Jeff

By: craig karlis
Thu, 21 May 2009 00:59
Jerry

Last year this time I was diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer. Everyday for 8 weeks I would be driven to Beth Isreal for radiation treatments. I also had a few chemo session thrown in for good measure.

But last summer while I was sitting at home too weak to work. My strength came from you and the Red Sox. That was my life for the summer. So I wish you all the best. If there is anything I can do to help you, as you and the Red Sox were for me, please contact me. Be positive and Be strong.

After you beat it, which you will, things in life will seem a little bit different.

Good Luck

Craig

By: Ted Bombardier
Thu, 21 May 2009 00:49
Hope you all the best, our prayers are with you

get well soon

By: John and Christine Rockwell
Thu, 21 May 2009 00:27
Dear Jerry, aka Remdog…
We were just watching a Red Sox game and reminded ourselves that we haven’t seen/heard you in a while. We checked NESN and just learned the news of your illness. We send our heart felt wishes to you for a speedy and successful recovery. Take care and GO SOX!
John and Christine from CRAAAAAAANSTON, Rhode Island (where else?)

By: Cristina
Thu, 21 May 2009 00:21
Hope you get well soon Jerry! We miss you a lot, can’t wait till you’re back.
Cristina and Kenny – Providence< RI

By: MaryJane
Wed, 20 May 2009 23:56
OH Jerry! We sure do miss you in the booth! We miss the way you have that quiet laugh when you know your not supposed to be heard…Then, of course, it’s your air guitar performance when you fall over the chair. You may have a struggle ahead of you but it’s do-able and you’ll definately persevere. I’m a 10yr suvivor. My husband is 13yrs. God Bless….

By: RAMON DIAZ MIAMI GARDENS FL.
Wed, 20 May 2009 23:29
Jerry get well soon the nation is at a lost without you hope to see you in the booth soon always admire you since you were with the cal.angels when you werte traded to red sox i was the happiest guy in all of mass.i live in florida now but always watch every red sox games get well soon.

By: Chas Flannery
Wed, 20 May 2009 20:55
Jerry, Get Well Soon. The Nation misses you. My mother , who’s now 84 and your Number 1 fan, had a mastectomy in 1971 and she’s been fine.

By: Linda Davis from Chelmsford, MA
Wed, 20 May 2009 19:14
Dear Jerry,

As much as I Loveeeee seeing & hearing Dennis Eckersley broadcast from the booth, it just isn’t the same without The RemDawg!!!! I sure hope to see you back real soon and know that all of Red Sox Nation misses you!!! Feel better!!!
Linda Davis

By: Jim & Valerie from Augusta, ME
Wed, 20 May 2009 17:43
Hey Remdawg,

Sure do miss you on the broadcasts! Nobody plays the “air guitar” like you do! Eck and Roberts are able-bodied fill ins, but the NESN crew is sincerely lacking without you there.

Get well soon…..

By: Christine
Wed, 20 May 2009 13:42
Hi Jerry,

I wish you a speedy and full recovery. Eck and Dave Roberts are doing a good job, but it sure isn’t the same without you, hope to hear you soon!!!!!

By: Bruce & Cyndi Parry
Wed, 20 May 2009 03:43
Dear Remdawg,

My wife and I wish you a fast and full recovery. We have been missing you. We watch almost every game on MLB. We are Red Sox and Remy fans from Coos Bay, Oregon.
You’re in our prayers. Get well soon and Go Sox,
Bruce & Cyndi Parry

By: Patti J. from Holliston, MA
Wed, 20 May 2009 02:54
Our hopes and prayers are with you and your family.

By: marilyn
Wed, 20 May 2009 01:52
jerry get well soon I love wen you say “buenas noches amigos”
is not the same without yow

By: Gail
Wed, 20 May 2009 01:42
Remy, we miss you in my house and hope that you come back to the broadcast booth soon. Eck and his sneaky cheese are interesting, but I’d rather have you (and wally) accompanying my gameday routine. My bobbledesk is sobbing on the inside.

Feel good soon!
Gail (and the rest of her family)

By: Lisa Liano
Wed, 20 May 2009 00:09
Dear Jerry,
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. I hope you make a full recovery!! The season will still move on but the broadcast will not be the same!! You are loved and missed!!

Lisa L.
Watertown, CT

By: tim and maria
Wed, 20 May 2009 00:04
Hey Jerry,
miss your voice on game days. missed the broadcast that told us of your illness and went to nesn.com.to find out where you’ve been. you’ll beat this. I know, I’m a nurse who has worked with cancer patients for years. good thoughts and lots of laughter accentuate the chemo! keep up the good work and get back to us soon.
seen anybody in the stands that looked like she had “that new wife smell?”
that was the best! still laugh about it when they scan the fans!
best wishes from sarasota.

By: The Harris Family
Tue, 19 May 2009 23:56
Hey Jerry,
We miss you very much and hope and pray for your full and speedy recovery. We’ve noticed that Don is definitely off his game without you to tease and joke with him. Life’s soooo dull without the Remdog! God Bless you and your family during all of this.
Yours,
Jeff, Sheila, Drew, and Alyssa Harris
Epping NH

By: Nancy
Tue, 19 May 2009 23:37
We Miss You Jerry. It’s just not the same watching the game without you in the booth. Get well soon and we’ll all be smiling again.

By: Randy
Tue, 19 May 2009 20:54
get well soon RemDawg we miss u alot .

Randy

By: Andrew
Tue, 19 May 2009 20:19
RemDawg,

I wish you the best in your recovery. I’ve been watching you for religiously for the last few years, and things just aren’t the same without you in the booth with Don-O. We all miss you, and can’t wait to have you back healthy and playing air-guitar again soon!
Best wishes, and if anyone here knows of anyone selling wristbands or similar things (sort of like they had for lester) I would be interested in purchasing one, so please feel free to pass along any info like that to arb256@cornell.edu .

The Nation has your back RemDawg.

By: Chester
Tue, 19 May 2009 15:16
Jerry Hope you have a fast recovery. I am going thru the same. Fighting lung cancer. This is one of the toughest things you can do. Jerry hang in there we will fight it together. Good Luck. Hope to see you back soon everyone Misses you Go Rem-Dawg

By: Paul B.
Tue, 19 May 2009 02:18
RemDawg, hope you are able to come back soon. I miss your commentary and real life baseball experience. We all miss you and so does Wally. Get well soon and GO SOX. RED SOX Nation is alive and well in Connecticut.

By: Donna Ostellino
Tue, 19 May 2009 02:01
Jerry, you have been a part of my life from the time you were the Red Sox 2nd baseman. Many a game I have spent at Fenway and Yankee Stadium watching you play and just last year talked to you outside of RemDawg’s hot dog stand at Fenway. Please, Please get well soon and get back to the booth. I miss your comments and goofing off with Don and I’m sure he misses you too. Love ya Lots. Donna O. from Pittsfield, Mass.

By: William Dow
Mon, 18 May 2009 21:18
Remdawg,
We hope you are getting better. My wife has beaten cancer for 7 years now. So there is hope you have to keep the faith. We miss you and are looking forward seeing you again. Your in our prayers always.
bill

By: kristy
Mon, 18 May 2009 14:34
Remdawg, Hope you knock this thing out of the park! We miss your commentary and your antics in the booth, hurry back.

By: Terri L
Mon, 18 May 2009 00:07
Jerry
I was a former smoker also, I don’t have cancer but I am attached to oxygen 24/7. Good luck on your recovery and can hardly wait for you to come back. The Red Sox games are not the same without you in the booth with Don.
Best of luck,
Terri L
Suncook, NH

By: Michelle
Sun, 17 May 2009 22:57
I have learned so much about the game from listening to you call games. Concentrate on getting healthy, but I expect you back soon.. Who else can teach us about lunar eclipses like you and Don?? Get well Rem-Dawg!

By: cindy sanford
Sun, 17 May 2009 22:36
Jerry, As an 11 year cancer survivor, I am wishing you the best of luck and good health! You are a strong, determined person with a great sense of humor and those are top priorities for getting well!!!!! We miss the goofing around and jokes in the booth. We know you’ll be back soon!!!!! Love the Sanford Family

By: Sharon
Sun, 17 May 2009 22:27
Remdawg, hope your back playing your air guitar in very short order!! Seriously, wishing you a successful, speedy recovery. Red Sox Nation needs you but your family needs your more :)

By: mario
Sun, 17 May 2009 22:07
I WILL PLAY MY AIR GEE-TAR ON MY BACK PORCH [FIRST FLOOR] THINKING OF YOU HURRY BACK DAWG

By: Lenny Cole
Sun, 17 May 2009 21:55
Even though I am a transplanted Yankee fan in Maine, I miss the Remdawg. You’re the best. Get well soon. It’s not the same listening in to get the Yankee scores! I want more air guitar!

By: jamie bohanon
Sun, 17 May 2009 21:18
Hey REMY Get well soon. Need ya back on NESN just not the same. Actually kinda BLAH! Jamie from the small town of Baileyville, ME

By: William Peterson
Sun, 17 May 2009 21:17
Jerry,

Get well soon – watching the Sox isn’t the same without you alongside Don.

Bill

By: joan walker
Sun, 17 May 2009 20:51
Hi Jerry, With all the people out of work, you are so lucky you have a job waitng for you. Get back soon. joan

By: Nick
Sun, 17 May 2009 20:51
Rem Dawg, I hope you recover and get will soon for all of Redsox Nation. All of redsox fans even here in Oviedo, Florida are are hopin you get well.

By: Kristen
Sun, 17 May 2009 20:51
Thank you for the caution about smoking. I hope all smokers quit. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Love you,Remdawg!
From East Hampton, CT.

By: mario
Sun, 17 May 2009 20:37
REM DAWG I WANT TO SEE YOU PLAY THAT GEE-TAR AGAIN. GET WELL SOON

By: Janet
Sun, 17 May 2009 20:12
Our prayers and best wishes to a speedy recovery! We anxiously await your return! I am forever grateful at the many nights you and Don made my family laugh–we couldn’t wait to hear what you’d talk about or which fan you would find and make fun of! It’s not the same without out! Hurry back!

By: Clare Morrison
Sun, 17 May 2009 15:43
Jerry, We want to wish you a speedy recovery. We went to Texas on vacation May 2nd, and came back and you were gone…I have been on lots of websites trying to find out what happen. It isn’t a Red Sox Game without you announcing. I can’t stand the Fox guys…Don and You are a team…WE MISS YOU…GET WELL SOON….Sincerely, Clare and Wayne Morrison -Williamstown, Ma.

By: tony
Sun, 17 May 2009 14:05
jerry i miss you i cry becuse i thout you were not comeing back but i hope you get well soon. i a big fan of the red sox and i a big big big big fan of you you are the best anocher ever

By: Mark
Sun, 17 May 2009 12:54
Jerry,

I wish you a very speedy recovery. You are such a positive and vibrant influence while watching every game. Watching Red Sox games are not the same without you. Get well soon.

Mark & Katy
Danvers, MA

By: Donna Rousselle
Sun, 17 May 2009 05:45
Dear Jerry,
Our prayers for a speedy recovery go out to you. You have been sadly missed, and we look forward to your return. We have been your fans since way back when you were playing. Watching the games just isn’t the same without you. Please get well soon.
Donna & Paul Rousselle, Saco, Maine

By: Evey Boyle
Sun, 17 May 2009 05:14
I can’t tell you how much I miss you and Don laughing and joking in the announcers box!

I miss you! Do what they tell you and get better soon, PLEASE! Evey :)

By: Jimmy Carvell
Sun, 17 May 2009 02:49
Jerry
As a long time sox fan living in california
i get MLB on the satellite and i enjoy all the
sox games,I miss your insight and i just miss hearing your voice
Get Well Soon,God Bless

By: Stephen Williams
Sun, 17 May 2009 01:54
Get well soon Remdawg!!! From your freinds here in Detroit! We miss your comedy! Take care!

By: GERRY BOUCHER
Sun, 17 May 2009 01:06
Jerry – you’re a meatball!
you only are attractive to the women.
My aunt (84) told me of the time when she went, with the seniors to see the Red Sox and you were playing, she jumps up and yells “Sock it to ‘em Remy!”
when you came up to bat.
Hello what’s up with that?
Animal magnetism?
You are a cancer survivor!
so am I.
“Sock it to ‘em Remy!”
good luck and God Bless.
Gerry (with a G)

By: The Morris Family
Sun, 17 May 2009 00:43
Dear Jerry,

NESN isn’t the same without you. We miss you and pray that you have a speedy recovery.

Blessings to you and your family.

Love, Ann (cancer survivor), Patrick, Marissa, Seth and Luke Morris
(Sewanee, TN)

By: Bill Henne
Sat, 16 May 2009 23:42
Jerry,
Wishing you and your family all the best. You are in my prayers! Hope you are back in the booth along side of Don very soon!!

By: Nesta Oliveira
Sat, 16 May 2009 19:26
Get Well Remdawg!! I miss hearing you and Don reporting the game–it’s not the same without you–and bantering about your adventures in the various cities you visit. Get plenty of rest and recover fully before you think about returning to work (maybe part-time doing home games and those road games of cities you really like to visit). I miss you but I don’t want to see you return before you are completely well. Take care of yourself!!

By: Jim
Sat, 16 May 2009 18:51
Get well soon! Its not the same with out ya!

By: Debbie
Sat, 16 May 2009 18:49
Best wishes for a speedy recovery. The game isn’t the same without you.
Get well soon.

By: Stephen Skobeleff
Sat, 16 May 2009 18:12
Jerry,
Hope all is going well. Although, Eck, and Dave Roberts have been filling in admirably, you are missed. Sox games just don’t sound the same. We need you back tearing in laughter as only you can do. Whenever you and Don get on a roll, I’m right there tearing in laughter with you two. So get back ASAP and get us crying again.
The Nation awaits your speedy return.
All the best!!!

By: Adam Maloney
Sat, 16 May 2009 18:00
Remdawg, i wish you nothing but the best. I fully credit you with instilling the love of baseball that i have today. My father planted it, you’ve helped it grow. We in Red Sox nation miss you and cant wait to have you back in the booth.

By: Liz B
Sat, 16 May 2009 15:04
Jerry….I hope you’re healing……Sox Nation misses the sound of your voice….

By: Linda Brunelle
Sat, 16 May 2009 12:22
Dear Jerry, I am a Boston fan, my husband is a Yankee fan. Of course the T.V is always on NESN. When I started watching baseball, he used to in the begining complain about you as an announcer. I love listening to you. Shortly after we regularly watched he then relized you were hilarious. He misses you as do I. God Bless and may you have a speedy recovery. Thank you for all the enjoyable games. The Brunelle Family.

By: Bosoxtom
Sat, 16 May 2009 04:32
Jerry, Our best wishes are coming from Hampden Maine, the Heart and soul of Eastern Maine Red Sox Nation. Sending our prayers to you Dawg and want you feeling better every day. We need you back #2. Bosoxtom and family

By: Marylou and Joe
Sat, 16 May 2009 03:16
Oh Jerry, we all miss you terribly. If we both weren’t happily married, I’d be the girl for you. My husband agrees!!!!
Best wishes to you and your beautiful family!!
The Alongi’s in Haverhill, MA

By: Chuck
Sat, 16 May 2009 02:43
RenDawg…
My wife and I have added you to our daily prayer list. We have put you in the loving and healing hands of Jesus Christ, our wonderful Lord! Feel His love and ours!

By: BJ
Sat, 16 May 2009 01:30
Miss you like crazy Jerry and praying for your quick and complete recovery so you can come back to us. The guys filling in are– well good—- but they are not YOU- no one can take your place! Take care and get well soon-

By: tmm62570
Fri, 15 May 2009 20:31
Get well soon Jerry. We need you back in the booth so you can goof on Don’s new goatee!! Get well soon!

By: sue
Fri, 15 May 2009 19:30
i am a new hampshire transplant now in arizona. you are my link to home on nesn. hope you are back in the both soon

By: Beth hite
Fri, 15 May 2009 18:48
Jerry,

Been thinking about you every day since you’ve been away on your leave of absnce. I hope you get well soon and are back in the booth and as President of our Nation where you belong.

You are missed, Hurry Back!

By: Sue S.
Fri, 15 May 2009 15:31
Rem-Dawg,

Best wishes for a speedy recovery. I was diagnosed myself with Lymphoma two and a half years ago (coincidentally three weeks after Jon Lester) and have since recovered. I was never much of a baseball fan prior to that, but I naturally followed Jon’s story and his no-hitter pulled me in permanently. I watched more baseball in 2008 than my entire life combined and you taught me a lot about the game during those broadcasts. I miss you torturing Don about his candles, bubble bath and pillow on road trips and can’t wait to see you in the booth again. I especially appreciate how you know the players perspective, you’re honest, and most importantly you are a fan just like us. It won’t be easy but I know you’ll battle through. It’s all about a positive attitude – trust me. Good luck!

By: Benjaminin Grist
Fri, 15 May 2009 06:44
Life in old England (UK) is not the same without the Dawg! Hit the challenge head on Jerry and all the best from your fans in Great Britain.

Regards,

Ben.

By: Rich Oberg
Fri, 15 May 2009 02:21
One of the things which has made watching a Red Sox game so interesting is your commentary. You have taught me a great deal about baseball and you are missed! I wish you well.

regards,
Rich

By: Janet & Darrell
Thu, 14 May 2009 23:01
Jerry,

The game is not the same without you, we will always watch the sox but hope for a speedy recovery for you. Best wishes for you and your family.
Janet & Darrell, Oakland, ME

By: Glen Pierson
Thu, 14 May 2009 22:42
Jerry IS Red Sox Nation and he is irreplaceable. It is not the same without him in the NESN booth and we miss him very much. Rest and get well, Jerry! New England is anxious for your return.

Best,
Glen in Hamden, Connecticut

By: PK Lovell
Thu, 14 May 2009 21:00
It just isn’t the same. Get well and return to us SOON.

By: Gordon Snedecor
Thu, 14 May 2009 20:49
Jerry,
You have made the games uniquely Red Sox; I really miss your voice and mug. Do what you will, all the best, and should you find your way to the airways, very much the better.

Regards from Portland, Oregon

By: Ashley
Thu, 14 May 2009 18:41
Get better Jerry! Don needs you and Dennis isnt holding up too well! You are missed and loved by all! (even a few yankee fans LOL!) You are the best commentator and no one can ever fill your place! Thanks for the great fun and laughter and get well soon!

Ashley
Lisbon NH

By: Dave Cizmadia
Thu, 14 May 2009 17:33
I have heard alot of play by play and color men, and I can honestly say, Remdawg, your the best I ever heard. My prayers are with you and your family.
I know God and Red Sox Nation will get you through this battle.

So Jerry REST UP!, you have more color commentary, to share with us.

God Speed.
Dave from Sanford Maine

By: Bret Stewart
Thu, 14 May 2009 16:05
Get well soon Jerry. We miss you a whole lot. I still have my Jerry Remy foul ball from 1982. I believe it was from June of that year when Milwaukee’s Harvey’s Wallbangers came to town. I was sitting down the left field line and caught a foul ball off of your potent bat. May you have a quick recovery and get back the booth as soon as possible. But most of all get well and enjoy a long life with your wife and family. God Bless you, get well soon. Bret Johnstown, New york Yes New York , but a RED SOX fan since March of 1967 when I fell in love with a team with two players I could barely pronounce at the age of 9. The two plyers were Carl Yastrzemki and Tony Conigliaro.

By: Sherry
Thu, 14 May 2009 14:29
Get well soon Jerry. I love the Red Sox but since your not there I only check out the score between commercials while watching something else. You crack me up when you pick someone out of the crowd and start with the jokes to Don about them. Then to hear you two still laughing a couple of innings later is just to much. I think you are so funny and I get your seance of humor. You and Don together make the games so much more fun to watch. I hope you get well soon and when your ready to come back I’ll be watching the games from beginning to end.

Sherry
Owls Head Maine

By: RUTHANNE
Thu, 14 May 2009 12:20
GET WELL JERRY. YOUR MISSED MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW. ALL PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU DURING SUCH A TRYING TIME. LOVE YOU

By: GS Gallant
Thu, 14 May 2009 11:59
Hi Jerry!

Red Sox Baseball is not the same without you! We miss your smiling face, insightful commentary and fits of giggles with Don. Not to say the folks covering for you aren’t doing a good job, it’s just not YOU! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We wish you a speedy recovery and hope you’re back in the booth soon.

GSGallant
Bowdoin Maine

By: Jrod
Thu, 14 May 2009 03:43
RemDawg. . . . Wally needs you. . . we all need you!!!!!! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Get well soon!

By: Diane
Thu, 14 May 2009 03:06
Jerry,
My prayers are with you and your family. We all miss you and Don cracking yourselves up in the booth :)
Take all the time you need this time ’till you’re feeling up to coming back. There’s still plenty of the season to go! We’ll all be overjoyed when you come back! God bless!

By: Phil M
Thu, 14 May 2009 03:00
Rem Dawg,

Get better soon. Miss hearing you in the booth with Don. You guys crack me up. I still laugh when I think of the doctor joke or maybe it was a dentist joke during the 04 season.
Not to mention.. you were being listened to while my wife was in labor… Go Sox

By: Wayne L. Crabtree
Thu, 14 May 2009 00:09
Jerry,
Our prayers and best wishes go out to you. I will be looking forward to your return to the booth. I enjoyed watching you play and have greatly enjoyed your comentary during the games. Get well soon.

By: Shirley Simmoneau
Wed, 13 May 2009 23:40
Jerry,
Get well soon, you are the best!!

By: Barbara J. Kelley
Wed, 13 May 2009 20:39
Dear Jerry,

We miss you, but please take longer than you need to recover. You deserve the rest.
Please be a patient patient and listen to your doctors and especially your wife!
Best Wishes,
Barbara

By: Joe
Wed, 13 May 2009 13:17
Jerry,

Get well soon. I attended your baseball camp as a kid and have fond memories of you as a player and enjoy your work as an announcer now. We miss you!

By: glenn coppola
Wed, 13 May 2009 12:28
get well Rem Dawg we all miss you out here in Laughlin,nevada

By: Matthew Bock
Wed, 13 May 2009 03:39
Jerry: I’m a life long Yankee fan but I truly LOVE listening to your broadcast whenever the Yanks play the Sox or on Yankee off days! I have missed hearing you (and your humor!) as of late. I hope and pray that you are better soon and get back on the air!

By: Allan Leverone
Wed, 13 May 2009 02:54
Hey Jerry, we met probably close to tweny years ago after a game at Fenway. My wife and I were walking to our car as you were heading the other direction. You gave us a quick, “Hi, how are ya?” making us practically best friends the way I see it…As much as you’re missed in the booth, take time to get healthy and come back strong. I’m sure you know it, but all of New England and all real baseball fans are behind you all the way!

By: Ron Mansfield
Wed, 13 May 2009 02:49
Jery get well soon. I don’t know who can draw a picture if we have another eclipse. So you can see you are needed very very much.Because I don’t personaly trust Dons artistic work. My thoughts are with you and your family. Sincerly; Ron Mansfield Gloucester,Ma.

By: Mike
Wed, 13 May 2009 02:15
Jerry, get well soon, hope to see you back in booth real soon

By: Joe
Wed, 13 May 2009 02:10
Get well soon Rem-Dawg.

By: amanda coviello
Wed, 13 May 2009 01:06
hey jerry i hope u feel better and get back thoese red sox i am a huge red sox fan. if u see my sportcaster friend eric frede tell him i said hi.

By: Katie
Wed, 13 May 2009 00:50
Jerry – my prayers to you for a full recovery. I can’t quite get in the groove without you. God’s speed, our friend.

By: Linda J L Becker
Wed, 13 May 2009 00:40
Jerry-I wear my Remdawg bracelet every day to bring you good health. Be strong and be back soon. the QueenBee of Williamstown

By: chip gay
Wed, 13 May 2009 00:39
Jerry: i want to wish you all the best in your recovery. We lobsters in Maine miss seeing you on sox games. You mean so much to redsox nation. Stay well and come back to give the sox the luck they need to another. You truly are the leader of all the jerry dawgs.

god bless

chip

By: Patty and Ed Koczera
Wed, 13 May 2009 00:08
All the Best for a Speedy Recovery, You are Truly Missed!!
Get Well Soon!

By: Timothy Baron
Wed, 13 May 2009 00:07
Remdawg!

When are you coming back? Everybody misses you so much. Eck is doing a good job in the booth but he is nothing compared to the Great Jerry Remy. I wish you would let us all know some kind of date you hope to return because you can bet that that day will be marked on all of our calenders. Return to the booth as soon as possible because your humor and color analysis is missed dearly. I remember when Manny was patting Julian Taverez’ head in the dugout against the Minnesota Twins way back in ’07 and Don and you were just cracking up for the whole game. That was the funniest thing. You really need to come back. Sox without Don and Jerry is like Yankee players without steroids…they just aren’t good.

By: Craig Ricciardi
Wed, 13 May 2009 00:03
Jerry,

I hope you get well soon, my wife and I miss listening to you along with Don.

Your the best color guy in the business!!!!

Get Well soon

By: Terry & Diane Sweeney
Tue, 12 May 2009 23:24
Jerry,
We miss you and hope you’re recovery is speedy and complete! Besides Don doesn’t have anyone to crack him up without you in the booth, so get completely well and come back soon!

By: Vin
Tue, 12 May 2009 22:28
Jerry, Hope to see you back in the booth a healthy man!

By: Richard Hall
Tue, 12 May 2009 21:37
Get well Jerry and come back soon. We miss you!

By: Brian
Tue, 12 May 2009 19:37
Remmy,

The games just aren’t as much fun without you calling the shots with Don. If that guy from last year shows up to the game in a red sequin shirt who will make note of it with such thought? Who will give that great commentary to “Sox Appeal”? Of course I also miss your insight on the game from a players prospective. I was lucky enough to be on the monster for Remmy Day last year and have a cut out of your mug that was given to us to wear and wave at the 3rd inning. It’s hanging in the den near the tv waiting for your voice to call the game again. Living in NYC can be a lonely place for a sox fan and your voice is part of that red sox happy place I escape to. You have alway been a scrapper, keep fighting the good fight rem dawg!
Brian M
(the always evil) New York, New York

By: Christine
Tue, 12 May 2009 19:11
Jerry, Here’s hoping for the speediest recovery!! We miss our Rem-Dawg :) Take the time to heal and then “Get back in that booth”!!! Don needs you!

By: Terry Doyle
Tue, 12 May 2009 15:40
Jerry, keep the faith and positive thoughts, plus prayers from all your colleagues and fans and you should be up and about in no time!
My sister has two treatments left and she’s cancer free (lung cancer)
I know you can do it too!!
Everyone misses seeing you and hearing your voice, laughter and jokes from the booth, so please Hurry and Get Well!!

We love you! Terry D
NH, formerly Tampa, and before that MA

By: Gary
Tue, 12 May 2009 12:41
RemDawg. We really miss your analysis, humor and voice during the games. It isn’t the same without you. All of us in Western Mass sending you the best and looking forward to seeing/hearing you back soon.

By: Joe
Tue, 12 May 2009 11:51
hey man, get well soon. i’m 14 years old. and i play this game with my little sister were i tell her to guess which breodcaster is talking…. shes pretty good. get well soon we miss you, i hope you have a speedy recuvory- Joe

By: Nate
Tue, 12 May 2009 11:47
you great Jerry, i miss you and Don together in the bothe. get well soon

By: David
Tue, 12 May 2009 11:25
Hurry back Jerry , I know you can’t wait to sit in a booth through a 4 and a 1/2 hour ball game with Don and try to make him sound interesting .Only kidding I miss you guys busting each others chops during the game . You are the best and the biggest reason I watch from out here in Az. with the MLB baseball package .Get well soon Jerry -
Sincerely ,The Martorelli Family

By: Jake
Tue, 12 May 2009 07:19
Wow Rem,
Having lost someone to cancer and being a former smoker myself all my thoughts and prayers go out to you. I think anyone will admit Heidi is stunning, Don is terrific but they’re not you and they’re not the same without the Rem-dawg… and if they say otherwise they’re really Yankee fans!All the best man.

Jake.

By: mario
Tue, 12 May 2009 03:34
BUENOS NOCHES DAWG

By: Adele Bell
Tue, 12 May 2009 03:30
Jerry,
I can’t tell you how much I miss you. I was diagnosed with cancer 4 years ago but fortunately I am cancer free today. This year alone, my lifelong friend died in February from lung cancer less than a year after he was diagnosed, my work out buddy had surgery for breast cancer and six months later her husband had surgery for prostate cancer. So now for the good news…I quit smoking 2 months ago on what would have been my friends 48th birthday. I am so glad I have made it this far and have no intention of going back. I hope and pray that you make a speedy recovery cause “Wally” my yellow lab and I miss you every night. The broadcast just isn’t the same (even though we love Don). Please take care of yourself and know that there are fans all over the country wishing you a speedy recovery and many, many more years of listening to the joy of you and Don calling our beloved Red Sox games.

By: nancy granger
Tue, 12 May 2009 03:28
DEAR JERRY,
JUST TO LET YOU KNOW THAT YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS. ITS NOT THE SAME WITHOUT YOU IN THE BOOTH. HURRY AND GET WELL SO WE CAN HEAR AND SEE THE REMDOG. A BREAST CANCER SURVIVIOR MYSELF I KNOW THIS IS A TOUGH TIME. BUT YOU WILL GET THROUGH IT. WE ARE ALL ROOTING FOR YOUR SPEEDY RECOVERY.
HAVING A LOVING FAMILY AND GREAT FRIENDS WITH YOU AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME IS THE BEST MEDICINE EVER, THAT I KNOW. HANG IN THERE AND SEE YOU REAL SOON BACK IN THE BOOTH WHERE YOU BELONG. TAKE CARE AND GOD BLESS.. A DEVOTED RED SOX FAN.

NANCY GRANGER
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA

By: Mark A Parisi
Tue, 12 May 2009 03:20
Jerry , so sorry to hear of your cancer. HANG IN THERE you can beat it. You are a BIG reason why waching the RED SOX play is so much fun. Can’t wait to see you at the microphone again. The games aren’t the same without you.

By: anne
Tue, 12 May 2009 02:41
best wishes 4 a speedy recovery

By: Roland Valin
Tue, 12 May 2009 02:28
Jerry , I want you to know you are in my prayers daily, and Our saviour Jesus Christ will get you through this.
Jerry, We miss you man, We are Season ticket holders in Fenway now living in North Carolina ,but we watch every game on NESN and I have to say of all the announcers we see and hear YOU are the best , I would never say that unless I meant it, Jim Palmer is the absolute worst. Everytime we play Baltimore I have to get the game on MASN down here and it’s like getting a root canal listening to Palmer. Anyway hurry back and get very well God Bless.

By: Marilyn Green
Tue, 12 May 2009 01:23
Jerry:
All the very best to you-my Mom had the same cancer and lived 20+ years after she was diagnosed and had one of her lungs removed to boot. Watching the games without you is very different-you are in my prayers

Marilyn Green
Piermont NH

By: Joyce
Tue, 12 May 2009 01:15
Jerry….all the best to you. Don’t have much new to add to all of the above comments but I sure do miss you just like everyone else in New England!
Take very good care of yourself and we’ll see you soon.
Joyce

By: Beth
Tue, 12 May 2009 01:12
Dear Jerry,
You are in my prayers for a quick, full recovery. Watching the Red Sox is not the same without you! You are the Best!
God Bless,
Beth Dunn

By: Manuel Avila
Tue, 12 May 2009 01:01
Rem Dawg,

May God Bless you. We Pray for a speedy recovery. We love You, out here in Cali.

Manuel Sr.
Manuel Jr.
Samuel

By: Carol R
Tue, 12 May 2009 00:41
Remdawg……..Baseball without Remdawg is like Boston without the Red Sox!!!
Get well soon!!! Can’t wait to hear and see you again Jer!! Speedy recovery

By: Jared C
Tue, 12 May 2009 00:01
Dear Jerry,

I hope you will feel better. My Health class just studied lung cancer and so I am very surprised you had to get all rolled into it. Well, I hope you feel better. Best of luck.

Sincerly,
Jared Cazmay

By: Jared C
Mon, 11 May 2009 23:56
Dear Remy,

By: Larry
Mon, 11 May 2009 23:46
So many have expressed it so well. You and Don are the absolute best. You are such a professional, Jerry. Fighting this horrible disease and still carry-on making the ball game so enjoyable to watch and listen to. My wife and I anxiously await your return as does the many thousands of your fans, but the one who will enjoy your return the most without a doubt will be your partner, Don O. Thanks for giving us a few hours of pure enjoyment every ball game. So happy to hear that you are doing well. See you soon.

By: Donna
Mon, 11 May 2009 23:29
Jerry please get well soon. Watching the Sox on NESN is just not the same without you. Red Sox Nation needs their leader!

By: Brett
Mon, 11 May 2009 23:12
Seen the ugliest hair peice today! thought of you and Don a few years back doing a little skit during a game,”rug or no rug”
get back soon Jerry you are missed dearly,remember you were never 100% anyway we all seen you dance on t.v

By: Dan Wright
Mon, 11 May 2009 21:38
Hi Jerry – Rest up! The Sox aren’t going to have it easy with all the competition in the AL east. There going to need you in the booth pulling for them. We all miss you.

Dan Wright
Shelton, CT

By: Charlie Meehan
Mon, 11 May 2009 21:34
Hey RemDawg

We miss you every game. The Season isn’t the same without you. Get well soon

By: beckie
Mon, 11 May 2009 20:42
Remy we all miss you and hope you come back very soon.

By: John MacLeod
Mon, 11 May 2009 20:26
Jerry, when I heard what happened, I went completely “numb” for several minutes!! Hopefully your recovery will be behind you..once and for all. Take your time getting better…watching the SOX will never be the same..without out!
John,Edmonton,AB

By: MIKE TUTINO
Mon, 11 May 2009 20:05
JERRY, KEEP THINKING POSITIVE, JUST LIKE THE SOX FOUGHT BACK IN 2004 BEING DOWN 3 GAMES TO NONE & WENT ON TO THE BEST FINISH PROBABALY IN THEIR LIFE, YOU CAN FOLLOW THE DETERMINATION OF THAT GROUP OF MEN TO OVERCOME YOUR BATTLE. HOPING TO SEE YOU SOON AT FENWAY . MIKE TUTINO ORANGE, CT.

By: Chris
Mon, 11 May 2009 19:13
Jerry,
My family and I wish you a speedy recovery. I am a big Eck fan and I think he too funny and tells it like it is but, it is you who belongs in the booth with Don. Best wishes to you and your family and hope to see you back real soon. We miss you a lot.

By: Ryan
Mon, 11 May 2009 18:45
REMY Get well soon!!! The Nation misses you and can’t wait to hear your voice back in the booth! :)

By: Marty
Mon, 11 May 2009 18:35
Jerry, my family has delt with cancer several times. All I can tell you is to stay possitive. Attitude is over 1/2 of the battle, you can kick this, I know you can. Best wishes!!! You are in all our thoughts and prayers!! Get well soon, you are missed!!!

By: Fan from Vermont
Mon, 11 May 2009 17:08
Get well soon, Jerry. My family sends their prayers and best wishes to you and yours. You have taught me a lot about the game of baseball and my 3 year old son misses seeing you on TV. We are all waiting patiently for your return.

By: lois spencer
Mon, 11 May 2009 16:47
Even though I’m a Yankee fan, you’re in my thoughts and prayers. June 28 will mark my third year as a cancer survivor, you learn to take things minute by minute at first. Then you realize that you can take each day as it comes. Lois

By: Bob & Gwen
Mon, 11 May 2009 14:46
Watching the MLB Package from Virginia is not the same without you. Get well soon and we look foward to you coming back into our living rooms.

By: sochman1
Mon, 11 May 2009 14:41
remdawg get well soon! u r in my thoughts and prayers! the booth is just not the same with out u everybody pails in comparistion…

By: Mark Vigliotta
Mon, 11 May 2009 13:24
Remdawg… get well soon… you’re the best… you’ll be missed… practice your air guitar for when you get back… all the best from Maine

By: Joe Musinski
Mon, 11 May 2009 13:00
Get Well soon. Sox games are not the same without you in the booth. Get off that DL and get back to us as soon as you can!!!

By: Kathy McDonough
Mon, 11 May 2009 12:59
Get well wishes and prayers from Cranston, RI. I wish you a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing a Remdawg reunion soon.

By: James Cook
Mon, 11 May 2009 12:53
Jerry, my dad and I send up prayers for you. We love hearing you down here in Georgia.

By: George Sullo
Mon, 11 May 2009 12:39
Jerry My prays are with you, i hope you make a fast discovery. it’s really not the same without you. Come back soon God bless

By: Ines Zelayandia
Mon, 11 May 2009 11:47
Get well soon, esperamos que te mejores muy pronto I missed yours and Don’s jokes and laughter,te esperamos amigo, (buenas noches amigos)

By: John West
Mon, 11 May 2009 09:08
Remdawg- You are one of the wonderful sounds of summer and you are truly missed. Get well and get back

By: Jamie Silva
Mon, 11 May 2009 05:00
Best of luck in your recovery the games are not the same without you in the booth.

By: Patty Boyes
Mon, 11 May 2009 02:59
Dear Jerry,

We wish you a speedy recovery. Our prayers are with you and your family as you deal with your illness. Stay strong and come back soon.
We miss Don and you together. It isn’t the same without you.
I have been watching the Red Sox since you played 2nd base for them, and now my daughter Susan is an avid fan.
Take care and come back soon.
Patty

By: Alison & Lt. Dan
Mon, 11 May 2009 02:39
It isn’t the same without you. I live to hear you and Ron crack up on air! All the best in this chapter of your life.

By: christine and family
Mon, 11 May 2009 02:05
Dear Jerry- please be assured that the power of prayer is at work here, WOW! So much love for you and your family…get well soon, very soon. You are the best play by play guy and we miss you very much. ps Eck was a hoot and I would love to see him join you and Don for a game when you are back in the booth.

By: Dave H.
Mon, 11 May 2009 02:00
Wishing you a speedy and healthy recovery. We miss you, but take your time and get a full healthy recovery. We’ll be looking forward to having you “in our livingroom” soon.

By: Debbie Morgan
Mon, 11 May 2009 00:43
best wishes for a full recovery, we miss you with Don, you are the best Red Sox broadcaster ever. We love you.

By: Rob Schaetzer
Sun, 10 May 2009 23:58
Jerry,

Get well soon, I know i am speaking for the entire Red Six nation but you are sorely missed and we all hope you get well soon. You were my favorite player when you played and now my favorite announcer. Hope to see you soon

By: Betty and George Shea
Sun, 10 May 2009 23:39
Dear Jerry: Please hurry and get well soon so you can get back to the booth with your great partner Don Orsillo. You two are the BEST. We love the Red Sox!!!! We’ve only been able to attend one game this year. Hopefully we will get to go to more games soon.

God Bless You and Get Well Soon. Keep the Faith. I’m sure God and his angels are watching over you.

Warmest regards, Betty and George Shea

By: maura crusco
Sun, 10 May 2009 23:27
Hi Jerry!!!!! We hope you’re feeling better soon!!!!! We’ll definately miss you this summer listening to the games on the beach!!!! Just not the same without you….You and Don make a great pair and are sooooooooooo funny together!!!!Please take care of yourself in your recovery!!! The Crusco family

By: Kim and Jim Sheltra
Sun, 10 May 2009 23:12
RemDawg we wish you the best in your recovery and hope to hear your voice and see your face back with the Boston Red Sox real soon. Our best to you alwaya.

By: David and Judy Chesney
Sun, 10 May 2009 22:47
We really miss you, Jerry, the game just doesn’t “sound right” without you. Hope you are continuing to improve and that we will be hearing you again soon.

By: Anne Reddie
Sun, 10 May 2009 22:38
Please get better Jerry, we really miss you. It’s just not the same with out you and Don going back and forth together, especially when we are losing and we need the banter between the two of you. You can make us chuckel even when the game is going down the tubes.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Anne Reddie

By: donnalee
Sun, 10 May 2009 22:37
Get well soon Jerry! We miss your insight and humor during the games.

By: Joe Mains
Sun, 10 May 2009 21:59
Get well soon Jerry!!!! The games just aren’t the same without you!!!

By: dave rockford
Sun, 10 May 2009 18:06
lets go rem dog
lets go rem dog
lets go rem dog

please add claps at you desire

By: Mike Weeks
Sun, 10 May 2009 17:35
Just a quick note from Salem, New Hampshire Jerry, don’t you come off that DL until you’re ready ma man. Take it slow and you come back when you’re 100%. I can tell ya this though, we miss ya REM DAWG, there’s no one like you and you’re the best thing that could ever have happened to RED SOX NATION. We really miss you and Don together. You’re the Best broadcast team in baseball. I know NESN has a HUGE spot to fill and they’ve made a gallant effort with the Eck and Dave Roberts. You just know, that no one, and I mean NO ONE can replace the REM DAWG. We miss ya Jerry, get well soon.

Mike Weeks, Salem, New Hampshire

By: Geoff Gaimari
Sun, 10 May 2009 16:37
All of Western MA. is wishing you a speedy recovery. Your knowledge and insites of the game are truely missed. Don is holding his own, but it is not the same. Get well soon, you are the Man. Geoff Gaimari, Greenfield, MA.

By: Judy & Jenn
Sun, 10 May 2009 16:18
Get well Jerry; my daughter and I miss hearing you and Don in the booth !! While others might try to fill in, no one can take your place. Hope you are feeling better and our prayers are with you for a full recovery. Take care Rem-dawg, we miss you !

By: jack66
Sun, 10 May 2009 16:16
Jerry(Rem Dog) We here at the Red Sox Nation and the Lost Nation(Red Sox Fans) wish you a speedy recovery. You are missed more than you know in the Booth with your laugh and baseball input. You and Don make a Great Team there. Take Care and we will all see you soon!

By: Vicki
Sun, 10 May 2009 15:19
Hi Jerry I hope you get better soon and take your time. Vicki

By: Scarpad
Sun, 10 May 2009 14:48
Get well Jerry, My Wife ( Who is Curently Battling Cervical Cancer) and I miss you very much in the Booth. The Best to You and your family.

By: pete c.
Sun, 10 May 2009 14:47
hey jerry, I’ve been a fan of yours ever since you put on a red sox uniform .Watching a sox game without you in the booth just don’t seem the same hoping you make a speedy recovery

By: Gabe Cabrera
Sun, 10 May 2009 14:18
Get well real soon Jerry!

The Bosox telecasts are not just the same without you.

By: Dougie Baseball
Sun, 10 May 2009 13:54
Get Well Rem-Dog your presence is truly missed! Will continue to wait for your healthy return! Heres to a speedy recovery.

By: Casey Eastman
Sun, 10 May 2009 13:39
Get Well Soon Rem Dog fight like the Sox fought in ’04 Agianst the Yanks’

By: Irma Arteaga
Sun, 10 May 2009 13:33
We really miss you! I am a cancer survivor, so I know first hand how difficult cancer is. I hope you feel all our prayers! We want you back!

By: Barbara
Sun, 10 May 2009 12:46
Jerry, get well soon. I miss the team of Don & Jerry. I look forward to your return. Something is missing without you. Speedy recovery!

By: Eveline Provencher
Sun, 10 May 2009 12:03
Jerry, Prayers are coming your way from a long-time fan in NH. Stay positive and know that Remdawg Nation needs you to return to the booth with Don. Love Dennis but just not the same with you and Don. Wally misses you terribly in the booth. I am a non-smoker and am starting to push again with friends and acquaintances to stop. Get well and come back soon.

By: Susan
Sun, 10 May 2009 09:17
Jerry….get well soon!!! we miss you!!! There’s no other combo in the booth but you and Don! It’s just not right!!! get well and come back…

By: Karen
Sun, 10 May 2009 09:13
Jerry, Get well soon! We miss you so much. You and Don are also a part of why I watch the Sox. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

By: Slugga
Sun, 10 May 2009 07:57
Relax, listen to Phoebe and Docs, and you’ll be air-guitaring in the booth before long. Is Wally with you? The little guy has magical properties. See you soon!

By: shawn
Sun, 10 May 2009 03:08
jerry get well soon miss u

By: Nadine & Richard M.
Sun, 10 May 2009 03:08
Jerry, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Get wrll soon we all miss you but your health is most important. It is sad not to hear you clowning around with Don in thte booth, and I’m sure that he misses you dearly. So take care and get well soon. We miss you in RED SOX NATION

By: DEBBIE S
Sun, 10 May 2009 02:54
JERRY,GET YOURSELF WELL SOON,WE MISS YOU VERY MUCH,IT’S JUST NOT THE SAME WITHOUT YOU,I HOPE YOU KNOW HOW MUCH EVERYONE IS PRAYING FOR YOU,YOU MUST COME BACK WE MISS YOUR AIR GUITAR,AND ALL THE LAUGH’S YOU AND DON HAVE,WHICH ARE VERY INFECTIOUS,WHEN WE HEAR YOU BOTH IN THE BOOTH IT ALWAY’S MAKE’S US LAUGH.WELL TO JERRY AND YOUR FAMILY STAY STRONG,BE THERE FOR EACH OTHER,LOVE EACH OTHER,GOD BLESS YOU ALL.WE MISS YOU,THE SIMONELLI FAMILY FROM CRANSTON

By: Karl Kristiansen
Sun, 10 May 2009 02:26
Jerry,

Please take the time to get well and be 100%. Although I miss hearing and seeing you do the broadcasts, I’d rather have a completely healty Remdawg in the booth. Get well!

By: andrew egan
Sun, 10 May 2009 01:54
hey REMDOG
hope your are doing well miss you commentating at the games rest up and see you back on real soon by and good luck

By: Darryl Sentell
Sun, 10 May 2009 01:45
Hello Rem Dog. Hope you and the family are doing ok. Treatment can be a bear. Watched you play and like you then, though I truly love the show both you and Don Orsillo do a little better! :) You and Don are the voice of the Sox and you are missed.
Darryl

By: Umass Baseball
Sun, 10 May 2009 01:42
Jerry,

Get well soon,

The 2009 Umass Baseball Team

By: debi & david cande
Sun, 10 May 2009 01:37
JERRY;
WE WISH YOU NOTHING BUT THE BEST. YOU ARE A GREAT MAN AND BRING SO MUCH TO OUR RED SOX NATION! STAY STRONG…PRAY TO YOUR GOD…AND NEVER DOUBT HOW MANY PEOPLE LOVE YOU. WE ARE PRAYING FOR YOU AND CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU BACK HOME!!
LOVE DAVID AND DEBI

By: Scott Grein
Sun, 10 May 2009 01:31
Get well Jerry i look forward to your return and classic moments like your air guitar skills and things like the infamous “pizza throw” episode at fenway!!
Not only do you and don call a great game youve given us all many reasons to laugh. Take care and come back when your ready.
Wishing you the best
Scott

By: Jenn
Sun, 10 May 2009 01:31
Get well soon RemDawg. It’s just not the same with out you. Rest up.

By: Nate
Sat, 09 May 2009 23:36
Get well soon Jerry we miss you up in Rockland,Maine

By: Mike Marchione
Sat, 09 May 2009 23:11
I miss u jerry have all your sports memorbiala execpt for your auto-graph. need to no your well soon. lost my loved one closes to me 4 years ago I wish you and your family well at this time Love the Marchione group.. P.S cant take to much more of Don O other half! Marchione2727@yahoo.com

By: Keith
Sat, 09 May 2009 22:53
sorry to here about ur situation. get well soon we miss u …………

By: Kim
Sat, 09 May 2009 22:40
Jerry miss you greatly, I wish you a speedy recovery. You are a HUGE part of the team, we are patient and we will be waiting for you with open arms. Prayers to you & your family, God Bless.

Beloved Red Sox fan

By: Angela Rae Caron
Sat, 09 May 2009 22:11
Get well soon. You are in my family’s thoughts & prayers.We miss you.
Keep smiling!-hope to see you back soon.

By: Kim R
Sat, 09 May 2009 22:06
Hi Jerry , Wishing you a speedy recovery . You are a wonderful person . you have brought a lot of joy to others . You have a 3 0 count , your family , the lord and the nation; I don’t we can loose this one !!!! Good Luck Friend !

By: the graves family
Sat, 09 May 2009 22:05
remdawg,

get well real soon.. our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.. we’ve been listening to you for 20 yrs and we’re looking forward to 20 more.. all our best and god bless..

the graves family
pelham,nh

By: Becky
Sat, 09 May 2009 21:43
Jerry,

We miss you! Get well soon! You are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong, keep positive – and remember, laughter is the best medicine :)

Hope to see you on NESN again soon!

By: Krisine Martin
Sat, 09 May 2009 21:09
Dear Mr. Remy,
Please get well soon! you are surely missed! We hope you get well soon and continue to broadcast the games. Get well soon!
Kristine
age- 14
Fort Kent, Maine

By: Joanne
Sat, 09 May 2009 21:03
Sorely miss the REMDAWG – but we want you back healthy! I get such a charge from your laughter. Lots can call a game – but you’re the Johnny Most of Baseball! It’s just not the same without you! Wishing you the very best – Get Well Soon!
Joanne
South Windsor CT

By: Mike Rachiele
Sat, 09 May 2009 20:32
You are in my prayers Jerry and pray for your recovery. I don’t know what your faith is, but I have a patron saint of cancer patients I pray to for you. His name is St. Peregine and praying to him has cured many people. This is the prayer I encourage you and all to pray when someone you know has cancer: “Oh great and glorious wonder-worker, St. Peregrine, you have obtained numerous miracles from God for those suffering from serious illness. For so many years you suffered from cancer and were favored by the vision of Jesus coming down from His Cross to cure your affliction. We ask you to intercede on our behalf for the healing of those whome we entrust to you (pause and silently recall the names of the sick for whom you are praying). Obtain for us, St. Peregrine, the grace to patiently endure all sufferings, so that we may, in imitation of your virtue, more profoundly love our crucified Lord, His sorrowful Mother, and through your intercession, merit glory everlasting. Amen.”

By: babymichelle
Sat, 09 May 2009 20:23
get well soon we miss you

By: John
Sat, 09 May 2009 20:19
Please get well soon Remdog!Love listening to you and Don in the booth.Hope you are back soon where you belong!From a fan in England!

By: Ron Carver
Sat, 09 May 2009 19:41
Rem Dawg were missing you very much, both Don and yourself are a perfect match, and your missed! you entertain us every game(your air guitar broadcast has got to be the funniest thing we’ve ever seen) To your being just one of the guys sitting in the green monster and buying us folks beer!! GET WELL SOON WE MISS YA.

By: Tom
Sat, 09 May 2009 19:21
Jerry,

Hope you are resting and taking care of yourself. Your health comes first.
We want you back but only when YOU ARE READY.

In the mean time GO SOX!

Tom

By: Rachel Poulin
Sat, 09 May 2009 18:49
Dear Jerry,
I hope you are doing well. I was diagnosed with Leukemia in February of 2008 and I know how tough cancer can be. When I was in the hospital most of last summer having a bone marrow transplant, listening to you and Don do the games was a great help getting me through. I have been a diehard Red Sox fan my whole life and nobody comes close to entertaining me during a game more than you. Get Well and com back soon.

By: bill blauvelt
Sat, 09 May 2009 18:29
Jerry, my families thoughts and prayers are with you and your’s. We miss listening to you every night and hope you get well soon so that you can get back in the booth quickly. Sox games on NESN are just not the same without Remdawg cracking up Don Orsillo. Good Luck and God Bless.

By: Jenn
Sat, 09 May 2009 18:29
Hey, Rem Dawg!
Feel better soon! That booth of yours needs little more air guitar right about now!
Hurry “home”!
GO SOX!
-Jenn F.

By: Amanda
Sat, 09 May 2009 18:28
Hi Jerry,

I watch the games every night on NESN and I can’t wait to see you back in the booth. All of Red Sox Nation misses seeing you up there with that big, contagious smile on your face. I can’t wait to see you goofing off with Don again! Get well soon!

Go Red Sox,
Amanda

By: Barbara Althiser
Sat, 09 May 2009 18:19
Rem Dawg,
You are in our thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery. We miss you in the booth with Wally. We are from Kingston, NY and purchased MLB extra innings to be able to watch the redsox games. Oh, by the way we also Yankee haters. We love and miss you and pray all will be well with you very soon. God bless you and hope you come back to us soon.
Barbara and Art Althiser

By: Ashley
Sat, 09 May 2009 17:57
Hi Jerry,
Get well soon RemDawg! I watch the game on NESN everyday,and always look forward to the hilarious things that you and Don will come up with next! Get well, and I can’t wait to see you joking around with Don again!

Go Sox,
Ashley

By: Kathy & David Conti, Kensington NH
Sat, 09 May 2009 17:54
Hi Jerry We wish the best for you and hope for a speady recovery. We love watching and listening to you, Don and Wally in the booth.

By: Kathy & David Conti
Sat, 09 May 2009 17:49
We wish the best for you Jerry and hope for a speedy recovery. We love you and Don and Wally in the booth.

By: Bobbie M Bowler
Sat, 09 May 2009 17:02
Jerry,
My thoughts are with you and your family. You are missed and loved dearly by Red Sox Nation. Take care and get well soon.
Bobbie M. Bowler Winthrop, ME

By: joyce garner
Sat, 09 May 2009 16:47
Jerry, I’ve only been following the Red Sox for a couple of years & was almost instantly taken by your style & how interesting you & Don were together. I honestly cannot listen to the other network guys when the Sox are not on NESN. And Don is not the same without you. I especially like the times when you break each other up with your jokes. Your Red Sox voice is very special. Take care & when you return your fans will be waiting. JCG…Cape Cod.

By: ray plourde
Sat, 09 May 2009 16:39
DEAR JERRY; I HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING YOU SICNCE YOU PLAYED FOR THE RED SOX AND ANGELS AND NOW A SPORTSCASTER AND AS FAR AS I AM CONCERNED THE BEST AT KNOWING HIS JOB AND STATS THAN ANYONE AROUND MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOIU EVERY DAY FOR A QUICK RECOVERY AND BACK TO 100% GOOD HEALTH I MISS YOU IN THE BOOTH ALONG WITH ALL RED SOX NATION…..GET WELL SOON …RAY WESTPORT MASS.

By: Dick
Sat, 09 May 2009 16:16
Jerry,

My wife and I miss you very much along with my aunt who is 85 years young. Our prayers are with you for a speedy recovery and a return to the booth with Don. It’s not the same without you!

By: from Nina & Pat in Jacksonville Florida
Sat, 09 May 2009 16:16
Sending you very best wishes and blessings for a speedy and completely recovery. Get Well Soon Rem Dawg!

By: Patricia and Paul
Sat, 09 May 2009 15:37
Jerry

We have followed you since you were a second baseman for the Sox. You are a part of our family and we miss the best announcing twosome (no offense intended, Eck)! I have a 6th grade student named Remy (after you) and every time I say his name I say a prayer for you. God bless you, Phoebe and your beloved children and grandchildren as you recover.

Patricia and Paul

By: stevie lovelly
Sat, 09 May 2009 15:26
jerry, i love the sox, but its just not the same without you..poor don is soooo serious….please get well…and then come back to us…stevie

By: patrick dugrenier
Sat, 09 May 2009 15:24
Jerry, good things happen to good people, and you will make it out of this ok I know it.

By: Mary
Sat, 09 May 2009 15:06
Get well soon. We miss you in the booth. You and Don make a great team and always make me laugh every game. Eck is doing a great job filling in while you recover but it’s just not the same without you. Hurry back.

By: therese balsiger
Sat, 09 May 2009 14:40
Hey Jerry,
Was diagnosed in March and about to take on chemo Monday.Don’t know where you are at with treatment but I know from all the prayers and positive thoughts going to you you will be fine. It truly is not the same without you and Don doing the games. I am also praying for Don as I am sure this is very hard on him. Maybe I will see you at Dana Farber. God bless you. A big fan of you and Don. Therese

By: Ben Hemingway
Sat, 09 May 2009 14:28
We love you in Vermont Jerry. Watching games is not the same. Get better soon, we all support you!!!

By: Fans in Connecticut
Sat, 09 May 2009 14:27
Jerry we are wishing you a speedy recovery. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this hard time. We really miss hearing you and Don together. We absolutely love it when you two get laughing really hard about something. It is hysterical!!!

Hurry back we miss you.

Fans in Connecticut

By: Ed Schneider
Sat, 09 May 2009 14:17
Jerry,
Please take your time and recover from this. You and Don are great together. Red Sox Nation misses you. Get well and may God bless you and your family.

By: Robin Rutherford
Sat, 09 May 2009 13:56
Hey Remdawg…. My prayers are with you from out here in CA. I’m miss your hilarious comments. I’ll never forget the one about Paris and you always comment on a funny outfit. You guys are the best team out there and I wish you could do the World Series. Take care, get some rest…. my pups and I are praying for you.

xo from Los Angeles…

By: Emily & Barry Parsons
Sat, 09 May 2009 13:46
God bless you as you continue to heal. And, may He strengthen your family as well. We miss you. Don is just not the same without Remdawg beside him.

By: Burt McNamar
Sat, 09 May 2009 13:41
Hey Remdog,
Am certainly missing you in the broadcast booth, love your insight and laughter that has become a part of Red Sox Nation. Get well soon and get back there where you really belong. My prayers are with you for a speedy recovery.
Burt McNamar
Ellington,Ct.

By: Red Sox Fanatic
Sat, 09 May 2009 12:55
Jerry,

You are missed in the booth by myself and my entire family. We wish you a speedy and full recovery and we all look forward to the day you are back sitting next to Don, laughing it up like only you two do.

Laurie Taylor
Topsham, Maine

By: Doug Berlin
Sat, 09 May 2009 12:42
Dear Jerry, Buenas noches, amigo. Wishing you a speedy and complete recovery. You are missed. Sincerely, DougB and the Gang

By: Ken McCarron
Sat, 09 May 2009 12:26
RemDawg,

Get well and come back soon. We miss you greatly.

By: Lisa Bauhan
Sat, 09 May 2009 12:20
I know that the players hold you in just as much respect as the fans, and we’re all wishing you a complete recovery. I think that Eck’s doing a great job in your absence, but we all miss that Boston accent of yours. Get Lenny and Denis to come see you – they say that laughter is the best medicine.
Lisa from Peterborough

By: Marilyn
Sat, 09 May 2009 11:00
We miss you get well soon

By: ken ames
Sat, 09 May 2009 10:41
jerry, wishing you a speedy recovery…with all do respect to dennis eckersly. if i hear cheese or paint one more time i think i might get sick…looking forward to your return as well as the rest of red sox nation..get well soon. fan since your playing days! kenny from maine

By: Pam
Sat, 09 May 2009 10:05
Jerry

You are in everyone’s prayers. Feel better soon. You are sorely missed.

By: Everett Kimball
Sat, 09 May 2009 08:22
From The E-Dog To the Rem-Dawg! Get well wishes and Prayers are sent your way! The game is just not the same with out you! Wishing you a speedy recovery!
The Kimball Family

By: The Ellingosn Family
Sat, 09 May 2009 08:03
Hurry Back Rem-Dawg Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Get well soon We miss you

By: Joyce Smith
Sat, 09 May 2009 07:33
Hi Jerry,
Just letting you know that my friend Kathy and I want to let you know we are still missing you!!! Get better real soon.
God be with you and your family…Love, Joyce & Kathy

By: Don Dargon
Sat, 09 May 2009 06:51
Hi Remdawg,
I’m 4 days older than you and I’ve never blogged before in my life. I would never forgive myself if I didn’t take this opportunity to express my thanks to you for your expert,passionate,and comical commentary you add to the Bosox broadcast. I have followed your career and even incorporated your hitting stance in my local softball league by flexing your knees and hitting from the balls of my feet as taught by my high school and former Yale baseball coach Joe Benanto. I wish you a successful recovery. Take as long as you need.Although the Nation anxiously awaits your return, your health is paramount. Luv ya bro, Don and all of Red Sox Nation in Fairfield County, CT.WE still need NESN.
P.S.We need you to do a play by play on the next pizza toss(ala Patriots Day,2007). I haven’t laughed so hard since.

By: Ann
Sat, 09 May 2009 05:13
Jerry, I am praying fo yourrquick and permenent recovery. Iam a 3 time cancer survivor and one of the incidents was attributed directly to smoking (bladder cancer)although I hadn’t smoked for 15 years.

I miss your wit and interplay with Don….I especially remember fondly the two of you discussing the difference between Vermont cows and Florida cows…I had to laugh when you referred to a cow as a he, wished I could pick up the phone and chide you about that one!

GOD’S Blessing be with you,

Always your fan,

Ann from N.C.

By: Kathy & Dave
Sat, 09 May 2009 03:19
Jerry, we have enjoyed many years as fans. Many blowout games were watched in part so we would not miss air guitar or other craziness from you and Don. We’ll always remember seeing you on Van Ness Street after a game and saying Hi and touching your shoulder. We were very excited and my wife emailed you the next day. Our prayers are with you and your family. We hope to see you soon on TV and on the street.
Love Always,

Kathy and Dave
Halifax, MA

By: Keith and Cam
Sat, 09 May 2009 02:55
Jerry, the game is not the same without you. Get well soon and all the best to you and your. Also see more well wishes at our “get well REMDAWG” facebook page we would love to see you there!!
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=79479177303&ref=nf

By: Debby
Sat, 09 May 2009 02:54
please get well — we miss you — Padroia is great but you and the rooster will always be my favorite dual.

By: Troy and Sherry
Sat, 09 May 2009 02:37
Get well soon Jerry. We are thinking of you a lot and look forward to your return to the booth.

Troy and Sherry Gerow
Bucksport, Maine

By: Molly
Sat, 09 May 2009 02:17
I wish you a speedy and complete recovery. You and your family are in my prayers. The Red Sox aren’t the same without you. Thank you for wishing my Dad a happy 60th B-day last year, out on Yawkey Way. Keep fighting, Red Sox Nation needs you!!!

Love, Molly

By: Andrew
Sat, 09 May 2009 02:08
Jerry, I hope you get well soon. I watch you all the time on NESN. I miss watching you! I hope you are back soon!

By: Dan & Jori Rynberg
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:58
Hey RemDawg, you hang tough and keep focusing on getting better each day, and eventually you’ll be back on our sets. Seriously, we have you in our thoughts and prayers. We have so enjoyed you and Don over the years, we feel like we know you and so want to re-connect, but more importantly, hear that you’re on the road to recovery. May God Bless you and watch over you.
Your fans and friends,
Dan & Jori

By: Rebecca
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:48
Get well soon, Remy! My husband and I miss your laughter and unpredictable antics! We wish you a very speedy recovery.

By: Marcia Elliott
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:44
We miss you Jerry and are praying for a quick and complete recovery. We love Don but the games just aren’t the same without you in the booth.

By: Jenna
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:38
Buenos Noches, Amigo! We wish you a full and speedy recovery. Can’t wait to hear you again!!! All the best, Jerry.

By: Jackie
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:33
Jerry…get well, Red Sox Nation misses you!!
Wish you the best and hope you are on the road to recovery.

By: Michele Stahl
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:23
Hi RemDawg, My hubby and I wish you the best. Hurry up and get better. We miss you!

By: Jessica Spaman
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:19
Jerry,

Please get better soon! I miss hearing your voice ….

I look forward to listening to YOU and Don broadcasting together. My absolute favorite moments are when the two of you fall silent because you are laughing too hard to speak :) Haha.

You are constantly in my thoughts, and find comfort and strength in the fact that Red Sox nation is praying for your speedy recovery!

By: Glenn Frenette
Sat, 09 May 2009 01:04
Praying for your quick recovery Jerry. With Dennis keeping your seat warm until that day, you are sorely missed.
Dennis being a personal hero for me,I’m sure he won’t screw things up too badly…yuk yuk

By: Christina Gurney
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:53
We miss you RemDawg – it’s just not the same without you. We wish you a speedy and full recovery.

By: Len
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:50
A diehard Red Sox and RemDawg fan from Swansea. You’ve always been a fighter ,so keep it up and see you soon in the booth.

By: Linda Eastman
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:46
Jerry – We just plain miss ya. We all love the RemDawg/Don relationship and banter in the booth. Am waiting for the day when you are better and can do that great air guitar again. Keep up the good work, rest, relax and NO smoking! You are in my prayers and I wish you well. God bless!

Linda E.

By: Shaun
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:41
Miss you RemDawg!! Get well! Ecks doing a GREAT job but it isn’t the same with out you.
-Austin, TX

By: Sal Ashour
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:34
Remdawg,
Get well soon we miss you. We need you in that both.You are missed very mcuh in NH.

By: Jim
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:30
REMY

RED SOX NATION IS BEHIND YOU. STAY STRONG AND GET BACK IN THAT BOOTH.

By: John Kavanaugh
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:28
Get well soon, but for now if you can send Eck the directions on how to push Orsillo’s buttons we would appreciate it.

By: anna
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:28
jerry remy i love you and hope you get well soon i pray everynite that god is on your side and im sure he is. cant wait till you and don are laughing and joking again…. we all need remdawg on that boht so get well

By: Lenny
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:27
Sox broadcasts aren’t the same without you Jerry. Well all miss you! Get well and take care of yourself.

By: susan
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:23
It’s just not the same broadcast without you RemDawg. Red Sox baseball isn’t anywhere near enjoyable since you’ve been gone. Announcer-boy is fine, but the others that have tried to fill your spot aren’t measuring up at all. I can’t wait until you feel well enough to re-join the team.

By: christine
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:21
Hey Remdawg WE MISS YOU !!!! Get well soon so we can enjoy hearing you and Don in the booth again. Best Wishes from Western Mass.

By: Henry
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:16
Not the same without you.Rest and Rehab and store up all the things that you can to put the wood to Orsillo when you get back.We love it.

By: Allison McKenney
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:15
Jerry get well sooon we all miss u.

By: patty
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:07
I MISS YOU!!! There is nothing as entertaining as watching you and Don in the booth. It’s just not the same without you. Rest, recover, recuperate – then get back where you belong Remdawg!!!

P.S. I’m really wondering why I’m sitting here posting this message to you while smoking a cigarette. I bought the Patch-Phase I three weeks ago – now I’m going to USE IT!! Thanks for sharing.

By: Shelly
Sat, 09 May 2009 00:06
Hope you’re feeling better soon! You (and little Wally) are very much missed.
-from your friends & fans in Wyoming.

By: Jess and Marck Giberti
Fri, 08 May 2009 23:55
Hey Remdawg,

My husband and i are avid Red Sox fans and enjoy listening to you and Don laugh at the littlest things. We hope to hear your voice and see your smiling face back in the booth soon. It’s just not the same without you. Get Well and your in our thoughts.

By: TBD
Fri, 08 May 2009 23:39
I shook your hand outside of Fenway Park a few years ago and I”ll never forget it. Praying for your speedy recovery. Take care of you first , baseball is secondary to your health.

By: Dave Adams
Fri, 08 May 2009 23:29
I live in Scotland and watch/listen to Red Sox games on M.L.B. Always tune into NESN and just love the banter between you and Don.Simply not the same at the moment without you Jerry hope you get well soon.

By: Ryan Harris
Fri, 08 May 2009 23:13
Boston loves you Remy, we cant wait until you are back in the booth helping Don with his jacket selections. Get well Jerry we miss you!

By: Mark
Fri, 08 May 2009 22:50
You will be missed Jerry but your health is by far more imporant than calling a game. Thoughts and prayers,
Mark
Springvale, Maine

By: rich czerlonka
Fri, 08 May 2009 22:34
rem dog your the talk of the town if the number of prayers being said for you mean anything you should be back in no time at all a whole nation is counting on it we watch every game and you’ve become part of the family can’t wait till we can hear your laughter again take as long as you need and come back strong It’ll be worth the wait in the mean time you will remain in our thoughts and prayers get well soon and stay positive before you know it it will seem like nothing but a bad dream best wishes jane & rich p s no disrespect eck your good but your no rem dog

By: Meredith Brown
Fri, 08 May 2009 22:28
Dear Jerry, I was saddened by the news that you had lung Cancer, But I know that you will be back like you always are, Please get well soon and you are the best Broadcaster in Baseball with all of your wit and humor your the Best Get well soon, REd Sox Nation Loves you!! Meredith Brown.

By: Mary
Fri, 08 May 2009 22:16
You are missed! You are being prayed for! You will beat this thing!

By: Susan Daly
Fri, 08 May 2009 22:15
Jerry
Get well. We miss hearing every night.

Loyal Red Sox Fan
Sue

By: Maureen
Fri, 08 May 2009 21:31
Jerry, Ijust found out why you’ve on sick leave. I don’t pray a lot but I’ll pray every day for your full recovery. My friend and I watch every game we can and you are part of the reason we love watching. We miss you!! Sincerely, Maureen, Quincy, MA

By: Dani
Fri, 08 May 2009 21:19
We feel like a family memner is missing from our living room, GET WELL REM DAWG, YOU ARE DEARLY MISSED!!!

By: Bob Osborn
Fri, 08 May 2009 21:17
Many of us in southern Maine are thinking of you and hoping you make a fast recovery. All of Boston sports is fortunate to have sets of broadcast teams that go so well together. Their fun professionalism and expertise is equal to no one in the country. It makes the games well worth watching. Get well soon!!!

By: EMILY
Fri, 08 May 2009 21:12
Get well soon Remdawg. We of the Red Sox Nation are all rooting for you

By: Bob Hankins, Melbourne, FL
Fri, 08 May 2009 21:08
Jerry, my wife and I are praying for your speedy recovery and return to the broadcast booth. Watching our beloved Red Sox play is just not the same without your insights and comments. I much enjoyed reading your book ‘Watching Baseball’ and perhaps during your convalesence you might want to try writing another. All our best wishes for your future and thanks for your past efforts.

By: sam gammons
Fri, 08 May 2009 21:03
gerry: norma and i have been watching sox baseball for years now. we love you and don and heidi. and the rest of the nesn staff. fight hard jerry. we know you will.
we will pray that you recover fully and return to the booth soon.

By: Bill Jordan
Fri, 08 May 2009 21:01
Jerry,
As busy as you are pre-game, you have always been kind enough to speak to and answer questions for my Wife. You are a True gentleman and we appreciate it. We wish you well and look forward to your return.
PS Who is taking care of Wally—our Wally is concerned!?!

By: Marlene & John
Fri, 08 May 2009 20:37
Get well soon Remdawg!!! We miss you!!!!! Love from the Berkshire’s (near Waconah Park)…

By: Juanita Phillips
Fri, 08 May 2009 20:32
My thoughts and prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. You are sorely missed in the booth. Sweeping the Yankees so far this year doesn’t have the same luster without you. Maybe as an incentive Don will let you shave that thing he calls a beard the day you return. As everyone before me has said Red Sox Nation is not the same without you.

By: Bob George
Fri, 08 May 2009 20:17
Hey Jerry…hang in there…you’re the absolute best at what you do, get well soon and we look forward to seeing back where you belong! Buenos dias, amigo! Bob G

By: Karl Gerds
Fri, 08 May 2009 19:57
To Jerry (aka The RemDawg)Our thoughts and good wishes are with you and your loved ones. Best wishes and a quick recovery. You are very much missed on the TV broadcasts.

By: Paul Abbene
Fri, 08 May 2009 19:52
Get Well RemDawg We need you back,announcing the Red Sox.you are an icon to all of Red Sox Nation

By: Mark and Suzanne Ferguson
Fri, 08 May 2009 19:48
We miss you! The games aren’t the same without you. Please remember all the positive energy, thoughts & prayers being sent your way by Red Sox Nation. Sincerely, Mark & Suzanne Ferguson, Chichester, NH

By: Richard Lipp
Fri, 08 May 2009 19:33
Jerry:

I walk in your shoes, having been diagnosed in October and having two lobes of my right lung removed in November. Even though I am from Connecticut,I am being treated a Dana Farber. It’s the best Cancer Research Hospital in the world. We all miss you Jerry, and pray for a rapid and complete recovery. As much as all of Red Sox Nation wants you back it’s important that you be with your family and close friends as you go through this battle. I and my family have been Sox fans for many years, and you have brought us enjoyment, both as a player and an announcer.

Jerry, you will win this battle because you are a fighter, and because you have the support and prayers of all those who love you. I and my family will pray for you and your family. Be strong and get well.

Richard Lipp

By: AJ MacEachern
Fri, 08 May 2009 19:33
We miss you with out you it is not the same it is boring watching the game with out out you in the booth so please please get well soon

By: LYNN ATHEARN
Fri, 08 May 2009 19:17
REMDAWY,GET WELL SO WE LOVE YOU UP HERE IN UNION MAINE. ARE PRAYERS AND THOGHTS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. GST WEL SOON WE MISS YOU!

By: Rich C
Fri, 08 May 2009 19:07
Hi Jerry,
I am a member of the “Remdawg Team” and have followed your great career for most of my 70 years. I wish you the very best in your recovery and look forward to hearing/seeing you for many years to come. God Bless You !!

By: Judy Kleiner
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:51
Jerry, I watched you play and listen to you in the booth with Don. What a pair you make. You have taken the Sox to new heights. Please rest up so you can lead Red Sox Nation again and bring a real guitar to the booth. You are one of a kind. The best kind of all. My prayers are with you and your family. Please never pick up another cigarette.
Judy

By: John and Sharon Wagman
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:47
From the Wagmans in Oregon-Get well Remdawg

By: Nancy Mitchell
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:44
Jerry, My prayers are with you for a speedy and full recovery. You are missed more than you can imagine. Don can’t even hide how much he misses you, even when he tries. My Wally is sitting in his chair with a Guardian Angel on the arm of the chair watching over you from Florida. Please, please, get well soon. We love you and miss you. You have done alot for the Red Sox, while playing and from the booth. God speed in your recovery.

By: Dorri Dracopoulos
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:43
Get well soon Jerry. My thought and prayers are with you and your family.
Hope to see you back in the booth real soon.

Take Care,
Dorri Dracopoulos
Malden, MA

By: john rooney
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:36
Jerry Remy, get well “NOW”, from one J.R.to another.

By: Tom Calamo
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:33
Jerry:
Wish you all the best for a speedy and full recovery from lung cancer.
I’ve followed you baseball career as a member of the sox when you played second base, had those stolen bases, and I felt bad that time when you torn
up your knee in that one game when you rounded the bases. I’ve been following the sox since ’67 and never looked back.Get back to the broadcast booth because Don needs you and so does the rest of red sox nation needs you also.
All our prayers are with you as you recover from this illness

Tom Calamo

Hamden & East Haven Ct.

By: Jack clark
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:31
Jerry,
I’m a Yankee fan and cancer survivor. I wish you nothing but the best! Keep your spirits up, fight with everything you’ve got, and return to health (and the booth) ASAP. We are all pulling for you, and hope that your journey is an easy and quick one. GO REMDAWG!!!!

By: Bob G
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:31
Jerry, Best wishes for a quick return…. Really miss your contributions… You have the nack to make the game interesting… I can’t stand the interviews during game action and I bet you feel the same way.. I know you will be back soon. Take care, Bob

By: John and Anne Stewart
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:11
We here in Las Vegas miss you and wish you a speedy recovery. Want you back on air soon.

By: Wilbur an d Isabel
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:10
We miss you on the Red

We miss you on the Red Sox”team” on T.V. Give it your best,I am an eight year survivor of lung cancer nad still going strong at 81! The last C-scan was clean. Good Luck and keep a good positive attitude.

Fondly,
Isabel Cobb

sox”team”

By: Diane M.
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:07
I hope you are well and back real soon!!! The games aren’t as fun to watch without you and your sidekick Don and of course Wally. I love the way you 2 banter back and forth!!!
Get well soon!!!

By: Barbara
Fri, 08 May 2009 18:00
Dear Jerry,

I love watching the games with you & Don doing the broadcast, your sense of humor and style compares to none! You will be in my prayers for a speedy recovery. I look forward to your comeback!

Take care,
Barbara

By: Pete Parlow
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:56
Hurry back Jerry, I don’t think I could take Buck at Tampa Bay to help Don again. We miss you.
PeteParlow Unionville Ct

By: Kathy
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:52
Dear Jerry,
It’s like the Red Sox Nation’s lights have been dimmed without your effervescence. Being a tried and true New Englander now living in the South, hearing you each night is like Mother’s home-made soup, a wonderful touch of home. My husband and I often have tears running down our cheeks with the light-hearted fun that you and Don share with us every game. And, it’s your keen insight into plays and players that we miss as well. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family as you recover, and may it be a full and quick comeback. God Bless!

By: Joan Butler
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:51
Remdawg you are the voice of the Sox. We all miss you and your humor.
You are in our prayers for a speedy recovery.

By: Carole Andrade
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:48
Dear Jerry: When I moved to South Carolina, the first thing I purchased wasw a satellite dish so I could watch the Bosox. Get well soon and know you are in my prayers. (formerly from Fall River)

By: ceil and gail
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:39
we miss you jerry

By: Michael Burke
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:37
Get well soon, Jerry, the Nation needs it’s leader back in the booth.
Mike Burke
Warwick, RI

By: Mary and Gordon King
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:24
Dear Jerry: Watching the games isn’t quite the same without the humor which you share with Don. Get well soon Remdawg. We miss you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We wish you a speedy recovery. Mary and Gordon King, Laconia, NH

By: Tammy Aroostook County, Maine
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:19
Hi Jerry,

The games are just not the same with you not there. I knew it had to be more than an infection to keep you out of the booth for several days. When I heard about your illness it hit home. I am too a cancer survivor. I was 34 years old when diagnosed. That was 2 years ago. All I can say is that you and Don kept me going every day. You were the one thing I could count on every night. I am a die hard fan. I mean, I finished chemo and radiation treatment and within a week loaded on a bus with 25 5th graders just for the chance to get to Fenway. I didnt care about the Museums and Duck Tour. They were great, but the reason I kept going was for the chance to see the Sox! I was the 26th kid. So you too are like a big kid, you need to get well soon, so you can get back up in the booth and keep those “Damn Yankees” in line. Also waiting for Part II on the Air Guitar.

You have a special place in the hearts of Red Sox Nation. Brighter days are definitely ahead for you! Keep your chin high, your positive attitude will get you through. Cancer can’t take away special moments, only if you let it!
P.S. Eck is trying his best, but we need you back!!
Take Care & Best Wishes to You Always,
The Hartin Family
Crystal, Maine

By: Anne Slater
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:16
Jerry – You and your family are in my prayers. The booth is not the same without you. It takes 2 guys to take your place. Feel bad for Don who really must miss you, too. Thanks for the shout out for the message to quit smoking. Hopefully my husband (who has had heart valve surgery) will get the message loud and clear! You are a brave guy and with your intestinal fortitude – you will get through this and be back in the booth where you belong! Anne in Seekonk rooting for ya!

By: Gazza
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:11
Love you Dawg – Red Sawks Nation ain’t the same until you come back – You are in my thoughts and prayers – Gazza ( Coral Springs , FL )

By: tracy
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:04
dear jerry,
come back to the booth soon, in good health, we miss you. i never enjoyed watching the games so much until you came along as announcer, i look forward to your crazy antics and that laugh of yours! take care of yourself.

By: Ginny Hamel
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:04
My prayers and thoughts are with Jerry and his family. Get well soon! The games are just not the same without you!

By: jerry brightman
Fri, 08 May 2009 17:01
Dear Jerry,

I’m one of those Boston sports nuts – all the Beantown teams are important to me. But once the wind fades from the B’s and C’s, it’s a delight to relax and watch the Sox in the summer (and now, fall!). We’ve been spoiled over the decades by terrific Sox announcers from the past – and you and Orsillo are shaped in the same mold – but with a significant difference. When one of you says something that cracks the other up – and you can’t hold back the laughter that just keeps on coming – you guys are terrific, and I’m certain that all Sox fans are giggling along right with you. Guaranteed!

Cancer’s a bear, but we’re all rooting for you. Thanks for your message to the kids about not smoking. On the way to my daughter’s kindergarten, I found myself telling my five-year old daughter yesterday NEVER to smoke, and she promised she wouldn’t.

Get well soon – you’re missed.

Sincerely,

Jerry Brightman

By: Judy Cook
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:56
Jerry, I have watched you since you played with the Red Sox.
Your humor adds much to the booth and is missed. True Eck looks better but we need you. Hang in there and take very good care of yourself so you can comeback soon.

By: Clay Madden
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:53
Get well soon Remdawg, Listening to the games won’t be the same without your analysis and your great sense of humor. My prayers are with you.

By: Sheryle Martin
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:51
Jerry….Jerry….Jerry! We miss you soooo much! You have to come back nice and health. The chemistry in the booth is just not the same without you. Don without Jerry is like Laurel without Hardy. We wish you a full recovery and are thinking about you everyday.

By: diane ford
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:51
Hi Jerry
Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family.We miss you and Don together.
Have a speedy recovery.The games are not the same.

Your friends in Plympton,Mass
Doug,Diane,Greg,Carolyn

By: diane ford
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:50
Hi Jerry
Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family.We miss you and Don together.
Have a speedy recovery.

Your friends in Plympton,Mass
Doug,Diane,Greg,Carolyn

By: jrossman
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:47
Jerry, after growing up in Boston, it is impossible to think of the Red Sox without you! There is no way I would have pulled through three years of law school and studying for bar exams without the necessary mental break provided by the Sox, you and Don Orsillo. Post-graduation, I left Boston, and since then I have relied on catching your broadcasts over the internet to make me feel like I am right back at home. I am so glad that you are taking the time off to recuperate, my good thoughts are with you, and I can’t wait to see you back in your rightful place after a full recovery.

By: Michelle Langlais
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:39
Jerry,

Get well soon!!! My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family…Watching the Red Sox telecast will not be the same without you…I love Don Orsillo, but listenng to the both of you is the greatest.

Get well soon!!!Take as much time that is needed for you to recover from this. There is no need for you to rush back to the broadcast booth, Don can handle everything until you get back.

Michelle and Chris Langlais

By: Poppa’s Family
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:30
We are all avid Red Sox fans in our family, from the eldest to the most recent addition just a few days ago. We are glued to every Red Sox telecast, and it just is not the same right now. We love Don Orsillo, but you are a team, and a big piece of the team is missing right now. Jerry, we are all pulling for you. Take the time to get better so that you can take your place in the broadcast booth. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

By: Mark & Mary
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:26
Jerry — So concerned about you, please rest and recover quickly. Don is just not the same without you .. he may be good looking, but you have the sense of humor! Don only laughs with you. You would have had fun during the 6th inning of last night’s game .. that was FUN! Red Sox Nation needs you!

By: Augie and Terri Ferreira
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:26
Hello Jerry:

We really miss you. You have always been like a member of our family…even tho we have never met. Yes…we, too, miss you and Don laughing, and look forward to seeing you real soon. God is watching over you for us! You are “one of a kind.! Blessings!
Augie and Terri Ferreira, Bristol, Rhode Island

By: JOAN LABORIO
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:18
HI JERRY —–JUST WANT U TO NO HOW MUCH WE MISS YOU IN THE BOOTH WITH DON.
THE GAMES R NOT THE SAME WITHOUT U THERE………..WE WANT TO WISH U A SPEEDY RECOVERY……..AND OF COURSE, IT GOES WITHOUT SAYING, ALL OUR PRAYERS. I LOST MY SON 18 YRS AGO AND FEEL I HAVE A INSIDE LINE TO THE MAN UPSTAIRS…AND I FEEL HE OWES ME ONE FOR TAKING DANNY..SO I ASKED HIM LAST NITE THAT WE WANT EXTRA PRAYERS SENT TO U FOR A FAST RECOVERY…………LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING U AGAIN IN THE BOOTH AND ENJOYING THE CHIT-CHATTING BETWEEN U & DON AND THE LAUGHING THAT ALWAYS FOLLOWS.TAKE CARE. JOAN LABORIO

By: Phyllis Fluet
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:11
Jerry,

My prayers are with you and your family.
Watched you as a player as well.
I miss your banter and one-of-a-kind narrative of the games whether they are thrilling or less. You introduced me to Wally who sits on my computer desk in his chair. Take care of yourself so that you will return to the airways for a long, long time – The Sox are just not the same without your broadcasting.

By: fred hawkes
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:10
hey, i’m an “old dawg” like you and i gotta tell ya,’ Don is like a puppy without you in the booth. he needs you to smack him with a newspaper! best of luck in your battle. i think you are going to steal this base!!!!

fred hawkes
and family

By: ron
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:05
keep your head up your fly up and hurry back

By: Vince
Fri, 08 May 2009 16:05
Jerry,

I have been following your career since I was a kid. I still remember your drag bunts. I praying for a quick and complete recovery. I have learned a lot about baseball as I have listened to you over the years. I ‘ll vote for you for president of Redsox Nation anytime. Looking forward to having you back in the booth and hearing you and Don laugh so hard that you can’t get another word out of your mouth.

God bless you!

Vince

By: brenda
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:45
My heart and prays go out to you and your family. I have lost many family members to cancers, also I have had not 1 but 2 breast cancer. am clean again, work hard and anything can happen. Your voice is so much a part of the Red Soxs, hurry back. Brenda and grandson Jacob.

By: Bill
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:41
Hi Remdawg,

As a longtime Sox fan I talk with friends and family every day about the Sox. “Who’s pitching tonight? IS Ellsbury back yet? How about Yuke?” are a few of the questions I asked or heard today. In the last few weeks, maybe the question/comment I have heard the most has been, “Where’s Remdawg? I hope he’s okay.” It’s like you are a member of the starting team.

Baseball is a great game – occasional action mixed with a lot of down time in between. At Fenway we fill that time with jokes and arguments and, in the bleachers where I sit, a lot of beer.

At home, it’s you and Don who help fill in those gaps… with insights, helpful pieces of information, humor, etc. The two of you are a great pair. You make each other better and together, you make the experience of watching a game really enjoyable for us fans.

Get well soon, Remdawg. We need you back in the lineup.

By: The Meredith Family
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:41
You are a big part of our spring and summer fun here. Your voice is missed and we will cheer with joy when you return. Be well and be strong!

By: Shaughnessy clan Ayer,Ma.
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:37
Hi Rem Dawg,
We all wish you you a speedy recovery!!
It’s not the same without you…..

By: Colleen & Jack Johnston
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:37
Dear Jerry,
We pray for your recovery and as swift as possible a return. We have missed you and are saddened to learn of the reason for your absences. However, we understand your need to focus on getting well and thank you for all your marvelous, colorful, inciteful, humorous, helpful and informative comments over the past years. We eagerly await those qualities you will share in the future. Thank you and be well. Love, Colleen and Jack

By: Laura Schlegel
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:31
Jerry,
I’ve been a huge fan since my days of watching from the seats when you were playing. You are awesome in the booth!! Get well soon!!

By: Brenda
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:17
Jerry,

Get well soon! it’s not the same. wally and don miss you.

Brenda

By: Rob
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:15
Hi Rem Dawg
Best wishes on a speedy recovery. Red Sox nation and Wally are looking forward
to having you back in the broadcast booth.

By: Paul Daly
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:12
Hi Jerry…It’s a tough battle and I wish you a speedy recovery.
RED SOX NATION in NJ misses you. It will take someone with real knowledge
of the RED SOX to fill your seat….get well, hurry back soon.
BOSOX04 (NJ plate registration)

By: danimal
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:10
my thoughts and prayers go out to Rem Dawg and his family. get some rest and take it easy, i look forward to seeing you back in that booth with Don! and may i just say this is why i love Red Sox Nation….we come together for all things big and small, and seeing all the support and comments from Red Sox Nation is just amazing! thats why theres no other ball club like this one! get well Jerry!

By: Tony & Eileen
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:09
Hi Jerry,

We hope you get better real quick, we miss you in the booth with Don, looking forward to your speedy recovery and return,

Tony & Eileen of Haverhill, Mass

By: Elaine & David Prata
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:08
Dear Jerry
Sorry to hear about your illness. My husband David and I both hope and pray for you speedy recovery.We miss your colorful commentary at the games .
Dennis is doing a good job but there is only one “REM_DAWG” God bless and keep you and lead you on the road to a speedy recovery.

By: Judi T.
Fri, 08 May 2009 15:02
Jerry,
Come back soon..we are not a happy red sox nation without you!!

By: Susan Wentzell
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:55
Hi Jerry, I miss your expert knowledge of the game and your great sense of humor in the booth. I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 39 (including a spread to my lungs) and just celebrated my 55th birthday! I send my best wishes for a complete recovery. I will think of you on Mother’s Day while I am at the game! Nobody can teach Don like you! God speed.

By: Karen Webb
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:53
Take a big hug from Red Sox Nation, Jerry! I hear that recuperating in St. Martin (the naturalist French side), playing volleyball on the beach, is just the thing for getting back on your feet. Get well soon. The play by play is just too stiff without your sense of humor.

By: John Brito
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:48
Best wishes to you Jerry!! Hope you feel better soon!! Watching the RedSox on NESN is not the same with you.

By: Chris Nappi
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:40
Come back sood Rem dawg.

By: Bryan Shropshire
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:37
Jerry, I hope that you can recover soon and return to your spot in the broadcast booth. i miss the humorous comments and dialogue shared between you and Don. You are an icon in Boston sports and I hope that all goes well in the recovery process. Although Eckersley is doing a great job filing in for you, no one can replace the feeling that we viewers get listening to you, and Don, broadcast. Best of Luck and come back soon!

By: Mary N
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:34
Jerry, it’s all been said above…the prayers, thoughts, hopes and wishes. With all of that and your great attitude, you can’t miss. You are indeed the voice of the Red Sox, but more importantly to me you represent the heart, spirit and humor of what it means to be a Red Sox fan!
God Bless!

By: Bob & Carol Tracy
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:34
Get well soon. Eck is doing a great job but we miss you

By: Mark Murphy
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:25
Jerry – Maybe my favorite moments in listening to the Red Sox TV broadcasts are those moments when you and Don don’t speak at all, because more often than not, all that dead-air usually means you’re both doubled-over with laughter over some inside joke, like maybe a random crowd shot or a small mess-up on a promo strikes you as funny. I guess what I’m saying is that we miss the human aspect you – AND Don – bring to an otherwise generic institution called broadcasting, and no one does it better than the two of you. Get well, and GET BACK IN THE BOOTH soon.

By: Georgina Fucci
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:25
Remdawg,
We miss your great coverage in the booth. Our thoughts and wishes are with you for a speedy recovery. Hopefully you will be back “air guitaring” soon. God Bless you and your family.

By: Billy Sarnataro
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:23
Even as a Yankee Fan I have always Enjoyed your Red Sox Broadcasts with Don on NESN that my Brother and I have watched & Listened to for the past 10 years…….Get well Real soon Jerry, we all look foward to your voice of the Summer………

By: Linda R
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:19
Jerry,
Wishing you a speedy and full recovery. The games are just not the same with out you .You and Don are my favorite part of the game. Hope to see you in the booth soon.

By: Linda B.
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:14
Jerry, Thoughts and prayers are with you. Watching the Red Sox just isn’t the same without you. It’s just not enjoyable. Don is great, as well as Eck, but REMDAWG is needed to make the game complete. Get well soon and get back in the booth. We love you.

By: Susan Cicchese & Joan Murray
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:09
RemDawg-Our thoughts & prayers are with you during this difficult time. We miss you terribly and hope for a grand slam recovery! Come back soon Don misses his dance partner ;) Wally needs you too!

Love, your fans of Red Sox Nation….

Joan & Sue

By: Anne
Fri, 08 May 2009 14:00
Jerry,
Our thoughts snd prayers are with you and your family. Do all you can to recover, your health is the most important thing, and then hurry back, because on a purely selfish note RED SOX NATION needs their president back in the booth!!!!!!!!!!!! Win or lose you could always get us to laugh and smile during the games. So take care of yourself so that we can have you around for a LONG time, you will be re-elected!

By: Kim Wilson
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:57
Dear Jerry,
I can’t even begin to tell you how saddened I am to hear this news of your cancer. I hope the contributions from the Jimmy fund can now help you as you have worked so hard to raise money to help others. And to watch a game without you is just not the same. Don’t get me wrong, I love Don but there’s something huge missing when you’re not there. I love when you two get into a fit of laughter to the point where you can’t even speak.
So here’s to speedy recovery so we can hear that laughter again.
Love Kim

By: Bill B.
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:50
Jerry, Everyone will attest to the fact you are one of the reasons watching the Red Sox on NESN is so enjoyable and popular. You are really part of our family. Get well and remember….EAT!

By: Dennis
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:46
JErry you will be sorely missed get well soon buddy

By: Kiki in Maine
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:45
Take good care, Jerry. God Bless you and your family.

By: Barbara
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:35
Feel better and get back soon, Remdawg…
We misse your infectious laugh!

By: gilbert rodriguez
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:32
Buenos dias amigo…..having been battling cancer for that last 2 years, I know what your going through…Hoping your recovery is quick…. Hang in there…and god bless….A big fan of yours…
Gil Rodriguez

By: Rob R
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:28
jerry i grow up listen to you in the booth for redsox games. i think of you as a personal friend. you and don a great together. the joke you and don tell are priceless. please take time to recover. because i want to haer you and don for awhile longer. good luck and speedy recovery.

R.R

By: Stefanie&Gail
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:27
Jerry, you are red sox nation! The games arent the same without you! Best wishes to a speedy recovery… thoughts and prayers always.
Stefanie&Gail
Andover, MA

By: Vivian
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:08
Love Don but love Jerry & Don more. Take care of you and can’t wait to see you behind the Red Sox mike again.

By: Christa Middler
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:06
Hi RemDawg, our prayers and thoughts are with you! Get well soon! The only reason, I watch even the “slow” baseball games with my husband, is of you and your exchange with DonO…Please hurry and get well!! Christa

By: debbie
Fri, 08 May 2009 13:04
keep the faith, jerry! see you soon on nesn! our family is praying for you!!

By: Darlene
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:54
Hi Remy, I miss you in the booth. There is no substitute for you. I LOVE when you and Don get roaring laughing. You are the best in the business. Praying that you get well soon. You are truly missed.

Darlene

By: walter cloyd
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:38
jerry, its not the same watching the games. i miss you get well soon! your the best!

By: Carla
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:32
Jerry,
We miss you (and Don does too)! Rest and get well soon. You are in my prayers for a speedy recovery!

By: Marilyn Wolman
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:31
Jerry: Hurry back. The game isn’t the same without you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family for your speedy and complete recovery.

By: dawn artone
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:22
Remdawg, I want you to know I am praying for you. I am also battling lung cancer and have been for a year. The key is not to give up and stay positive. The only thing I wanted when I found out was to go a Red Sox game, which I did but the night I went I had been sick it was raining and freezing cold. I hope I will get another chance. Again keep positive its a tough road but we can do it. Love Ya

By: John & Lisa Silvester
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:18
Jerry,

We were so sorry to hear of your illness and have been wondering where you have been. We miss your insight and humor during the broadcasts. Eck’s doing a good job but he’s no you!! Get well soon!!

Lisa & John Silvester
Reading, VT

By: Colleen Magne
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:17
Jerry,

My thoughts are with you. Rest up and hope to see you soon. From Middlesex, VT

By: Bella & Helen
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:16
Jerry’

Our prayers with you and your family at this most difficult time. Miss you in the booth it’s just not the same. Get well soon and hurry up back. God Bless You.

By: James Jones
Fri, 08 May 2009 12:02
It’s just not the same without you Jerry , My prayers are with you.. Get well soon

By: Joyce Alexander
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:52
From Florida, i’m a Red Sox Nation member and wish Remy a speedy recovery. Eck is doing a fine job, but we miss you Remdawg, get well soon.

By: Ken Weldon
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:42
Jerry….My church and I are praying for you and your family. Miss you in the booth. Pastor ken Weldon, Montville Center Congregational Church, Oakdale, Ct.

By: Cyndi Konopka
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:39
Hi Jerry:
You have no idea how much you are missed. You and Don are like a marriage made in heaven for broadcasting the booth. We love the way both of you laugh so hard you can hardly talk. Your color comments are the best of any broadcaster I have ever heard. Just a note to tell you that my mother had lung cancer and she never smoked a cigarette a day in her life, so we know what you are going through. We will keep you in our prayers and can’t wait until you are back in the booth with Don.
Loving thoughts are with you,
The Konopka’s

By: Bryan
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:39
Jerry, Please take your time to recover – and be with your family – -we will miss you but know you will always be the leader of RedSox Nation – -It will not be the same watching a Redsox game until you return You and your family are in our prayers – -Get well – – (Don needs you also!!!!)

Bryan (VA)

By: kristina smith
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:31
jerry
hope you get well soon good luck

By: Andrea Warren
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:31
Hi, Rem Dawg!!
My parents and I love you and we miss you soooooo much!! I was deeply saddened to hear what you’re going through. I will keep you in my prayers, and I hope you get better very soon! Get some rest, okay? I do love Don too, but it’s just not the same without you! Best wishes, Rem Dawg!! :-)

-Andrea Warren

By: Maureen Longo
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:31
Hey Rem,

You just work on getting stronger and Red Sox Nation will flood Heaven with prayers for a complete recovery for you. Looking forward to watching you back in the booth at Fenway and also on the road. Hang in there. Better days are ahead for you.

By: Trudy Clarke
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:28
Hi Jerry !Was soo upset to hear your news! I was diagnosed w/ cancer just 3 yrs ago!I went thru the whole gammet of treatments, surgery, chemo, radiation,etc..it’s NO picnic at Fenway!! But I made it & I know the REMDAWG will be back soon, Strong & ready to make RedSox Nation laugh again! Take care of YOU right now! You are loved and missed!! My best to you & your family..Go get ‘em “DAWG” !!!

By: Jo
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:20
Hi Jerry!
You’re in my thoughts and prayers. You’re doing the right thing: relax, rest and pamper yourself. You’re dealing with not only a medical issue but an emotional one. (You’re not just doing this to stay close to that BIG TV of yours, are you, Jerry?!!) Keep thinking of all your fans out here pulling for you. The Universe is now officially “Remdawg Nation! Didn’t know how powerful you are, do you?!!! Watching the game isn’t the same without our team of Jerry and Don. Jerry, isn’t it strange how we get so attached to people we’ve never personally met. It’s just a testament to you and the nice man you are! I love when you and Don lose control and can’t stop laughing! I’m waiting to hear that again. Until then, take care, and hang in.
Get Well Soon!
Jo

By: Cindy Camacho
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:17
Hi Jerry,
We are so sorry to hear of your illness, PLEASE GET WELL SOON, WE MISS YOU. We miss you sitting with Don laughing and commentating on baseball. When love it when you and Don are goofing off and all we can hear is soft laughter through the microphone, I have the family quiet down and when we hear the laughter we are joining in on the it, even if we don’t know what we are laughing at. We in Acushnet, Mass love you and can’t wait to see and hear you back at the Red Sox games.
Prayers and thoughts are with you
The Camacho Family

By: laurie
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:06
Hey Remi,
We miss seeing you in the booth and hearing your voice.You need to get better fast.We want to hear you talk about whats going on with Manny.Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

By: Rich Osso
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:04
Jerry “Rem Dog” Remy,
Get well soon, be healthy and get back to the booth. You are in my thoughts and prayers. You WILL be okay!!!. Prayers and thoughts to your family in this difficult time.

By: Rob Foster
Fri, 08 May 2009 11:01
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Storm back…

By: the bell family
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:59
Jerry get well soon we miss you doing the games

By: Paul Curry
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:59
Jerry, you are in our prayers and we look forward to some air-guitar again in the near future. Get well soon!

By: Leon R. Field
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:55
As a Road to Recovery volunteer driver I am in constant contact with cancer patients of all degrees. No one is more courages than the people that I meet and fight this battle every day and it is an honor for me to meet these wonderful folks. Jerry do what you have to and don’t worry about anything but getting better. As nuch as i miss you on the broadcast, my only wish is for you to get better.
God Bless

By: Dianne
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:49
Rem Dawg- we all miss you, a lot! Get well soon, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

The Sheridans
Vernon, CT

By: Jean Wetherell
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:45
Get well soon Jerry. Thanks for sharing, we were very concerned. We miss you dearly. Hurry back before Eck gets himself in serious trouble with his untempered comments.

By: John
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:38
Dear Jerry,
You are THE voice of the red sox. My wife loves when you get in one of your laughing jags with Don. We all want you to fully recover and can hardly wait to see you back again.
John and Elaine

By: Glenn Starodomsky
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:36
Dear Jerry,
I was saddened to hear of your cancer, but I know through my own experience and others in my family cancer can be beat. I will miss you in the broadcast booth in your absence, but me like many other fans know you’ll be back. I’ll keep you and your family in my prayers.
God Bless
Glenn

By: Diane
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:27
It was with great sadness that I heard of your illness….it does sound like you are on the road to recovery and that it such GREAT NEWS! I know that so many of us can’t wait to have you back in the broadcast booth (you are truly missed) but taking the time you need for both physical and mental recovery is the most important thing right now! Looking forward to seeing you soon! Prayers to you and your family as you go thru this difficult time…..

By: tony
Fri, 08 May 2009 10:24
Get well soon Jerry.I have watched you since the days you were a 2nd base. Hard to watch a full game with out you, best to you and your family.

By: john griffeth
Fri, 08 May 2009 09:58
REM – DAWG

Get well soon. We all miss your voice in the red sox
booth. Come back as soon as you can. Wishing you well again

SINCERLY
JOHN GRIFFETH AND FAMILY
SKOWHEGAN,MAINE

By: Aaron Goodkin
Fri, 08 May 2009 09:44
Best wishes on a speedy recovery. I have been a fan since I was 7 years old. Now I am 39 and watch every night in ATL with two young kids. Remy to Burleson was one of the greatest combos to watch and illustrated how the game should be played. All Red Sox Nation truly enjoys the way you bring the game into our living rooms each night. Thank you for everything and get well soon. You are missed in the booth.

By: Chris Coniglio
Fri, 08 May 2009 09:31
My prayers are with you Jerry. I miss your banter with DO along with the uncontrollable laughter you two share. Rest, recover, and hopefully we will hear you broadcasting before the end of the 2009 baseball season.

By: Arthur
Fri, 08 May 2009 09:20
Miss hearing you nigntly. Get well soon, thats the most importand thing. When your health is better REDSOX NATION will be here for you.

By: Chris
Fri, 08 May 2009 07:34
Remdawg, Red Sox Nation misses you! Take care of yourself and get well soon!!

Chris
Camp Speicer, Iraq

By: Dan
Fri, 08 May 2009 07:12
It’s true what they say, you don’t know truly appreciate the good things until they are taken away, and Red Sox Nation have been spoiled for 20 years having you, Jerry, as the voice of the Red Sox. Get well soon Remdawg

By: Paul Armstrong
Fri, 08 May 2009 06:35
Like an old friend we spent many summer nights together. You were on the field and I was watching and listening like all the other fans. Like Evans, Rice, Pesky, Yaz and all the other former Sox you always gave us hope that maybe this was the season. Those long lost days are not forgotten by your fans. Your transition to color commentator improved on a daily basis. Your body of work is honest, accurate, interesting and many times outright hilarious. I like Don very much but hearing him without you is like hearing half of the game so please get well for your family’s sake and whatever you decide to do now go with God’s blessing.
Get well soon.

Paul

By: Matt Alexandris
Fri, 08 May 2009 06:27
Take care of yourself Remdawg…Eck is a great replacement but there is truly only ONE Remdawg. You are missed but please do get well, and I’m glad to see you’re now a FORMER smoker. Get well soon Jerry!!!

Matt from Manchester,NH

By: Meri, Ken and Nick
Fri, 08 May 2009 06:07
Hi Jerry,
We miss watching you and Don and your wonderful antics especially during those really long games!! Please don’t rush back – take it easy and enjoy your time with your family – Red Sox Nation will be okay for the time being – but no one can fill your shoes!! Take care and best wishes on a quick recovery.

By: Josh & Lacy Schultz
Fri, 08 May 2009 06:06
We wish you a speedy and full recovery. Broadcast’s are not the same without you. Know that you are missed and in our hearts and prayers. Best wishes.

By: Joan & Winthrop Gay
Fri, 08 May 2009 05:28
Dear Jerry,

Our sincerest wishes for a full recovery.Please take all the time you need
and focus on yourself and your family.We all will miss your knowledge,insight
and humor-but some things are worth waiting for.You are the heart and soul
of RED SOX Nation!

All the best from your “extended”family in Western Mass.

By: joey and lindsay
Fri, 08 May 2009 05:26
We miss you in Portsmouth, NH. It’s not the same without you and Don laughing uncontrollably in the 8th inning of a 1-1 tie against the Yankees. Haha Get well soon!

By: Elaine & Bob
Fri, 08 May 2009 05:22
Please get well soon Jerry. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

By: DJH
Fri, 08 May 2009 05:17
Jerry, your presence in our living room is sorely missed. You’re a true Red Sox icon, first at second base, then behind the microphone. Best wishes for a speedy — but more important, sound and lasting — recovery. So do what you have to and take care of yourself. We’ll be here to enjoy your return, and after that, many more years of the best baseball color commentary in the country!

By: Régis
Fri, 08 May 2009 05:11
Tu nous manques terriblement, mon ami. Nous pensons tous à toi et prions pour le retour de ta bonne santé.

By: Eric
Fri, 08 May 2009 04:29
I was surprised to hear the news of your health. It’s just not the same without you and your humor during the games. Can’t wait to be laughing along with you and Don again….you’re a riot! I’m hoping for a complete rcovery and your return to Fenway. Best wishes to you and your family from the hills of Vermont.

By: Katy
Fri, 08 May 2009 04:24
I hope that you have a speedy recovery and I just wanted to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I was sick as a teen, and through those years I could always count on the Sox and your voice to lift my spirits, and that has meant more to me than you will probably ever know. You have touched many peoples lives, in small ways and large, and we love you for it. I hope you know just how many people there are out there who are rooting for you right now.

Get well soon, Remdawg

By: Joel D. Kendrick
Fri, 08 May 2009 04:23
Jerry, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

With Manny’s troubles today, it brings back to mind when you admitted to using bad steroids. They produced 8 career homeruns!

Joel D. Kendrick
Vernon, CT

By: eric t. calabro warwick, r.i.
Fri, 08 May 2009 04:19
dear jerry, you are an icon throughout new england, your color with don is just magical. unfortunately, you have to attend to your health needs. just remember you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. take care, from one former secondbaseman to the best secondbaseman that put on a redsox jersey. sincerely eric t. calabro

By: KYLE
Fri, 08 May 2009 04:00
to Wes Jillson, I am in Tampa and on the Tampa Broadcast of the Boston games they said Buck M. did Boston a big favor and was given only a few minutes to go on the broadcast to take the helm for a very sick Remdawg..No one thought Buck Martinez could replace Remdawg..Buck M. kindly took the hot seat for his friend Jerry, so Jerry could fly home for medical care! Pretty nice gesture I would say!!

Wishing a speedy recovery for Jerry!!

By: Ellen + Brian Bisson
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:51
We miss seeing you in the booth, Remdawg. The games just aren’t the same without you. Please get well soon. We wish you a complete and speedy recovery. You are one of a kind and we look forward to seeing you soon. Love, your friends in Maine.

By: maria and mark
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:44
Jerry,
Get well soon! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Take care and God bless.

By: Andrew Wojcik
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:42
My thoughts and prayers are with you and hope for a speedy recovery. You make the ball game(s) fun to watch no matter what the score is. I enjoy your banter with Don and your insight on the game.

By: Barbara J. Hall
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:36
Hey Rem Dawg, I love Eck, but really miss you! It’s just not the same. I’m wishing you well and hope it won’t be long before you will be back on the air! Everyone here in Somerset wishes you the best! God Bless!

By: Richard and Elizabeth Shepardson
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:27
We are keeping you in our prayers. You are not only the President of Red Sox Nation, you are in the heart of every one of us as well. Please take care and do everything the docs tell you. Come back to us soon.

By: m.butler
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:27
Rem Dawg.Our family wishes you the best during your recovery, We hope you get back to the box with Don real soon. We do understand why, but you will be very missed! You and Don are 2 of a kind we so enjoy listening to you in the box during the games we laugh along with you guys all the time!!! You really make the games very amusing you do a great job together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and hope your recovery goes well and very quickly!!!!

By: Don & Kathy Larnard, North Hampton, NH
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:21
REMDAWG,
You and Don are the best 1-2 punch announcers in Major League Baseball. We NEED you to return and help guide us all to a 2009 World Championship. Our best goes out to you on your recovery and our thoughts are with you and your family.

By: Christopher Miller
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:19
Get well soon! We all miss you’re presence during the games. No disrespect to Dennis Eckersley who is doing a fine job in your absence, but its not, and never could be, the same without you!

By: Wes Jillson
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:11
Get well soon Jerry, we sure miss you in the broadcast booth. Can you believe they thought BUCK MARTINEZ could do your job? HAH! Anyway, get better, my five year old daughter wants to meet you at Fenway so she can get your autograph on your book. Ciao.

By: Dee and Burt
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:11
Dear Jerry,

As a cancer survivor, I had a familiar feeling of dread when I heard you were also stricken with this hateful disease. But the keyword here is SURVIVOR and if anyone represents that to its fullest definition, you do. We are the same age, from the same era and have loved baseball “forever.” We’ve enjoyed it even more with you in the booth and we’re looking forward to your return. We need your voice, your expertise and your air guitar! Bring it all back!

Dee and Burt McLain from “God’s country” in Northern NH

By: dan gazaille
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:10
Dear Mr rem dawg,

Sir baseball has not been the same without you. You are “Mr. Red Sox”! Rem Dawg I pray for you to get well soon!!!! We need you! there really is not a better person calling the game of baseball. You are the true Red Sox fan!!! You bring so much to NESN!, baseball and the sox!! You are even from Mass.!! what more do we need?!?! My wife and I miss and love you! Please get well soon!! We need you!!!!

By: Wayne, MaryAnn, Corey and Brett
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:08
We send our prayers and well wishes from your Red Sox connection in Kansas City.
Get well soon and back to the helm to lead Red Sox Nation.
Much love to you and your family. Van Dine/ Porter Family in KC

By: Amy K
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:07
REMY!! RED SOX NATION NEEDS TO BACK REALY SOON! WE MISS YOU LOTS AND WILL BE KEEPING YOU IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. GET WELL SOON, TAKE GOOD CARE AND GOD BLESS YA!..WE LOVE YA!

By: Redsoxluver
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:06
Dear Jerry,
Sorry to hear of your illness & you’re in my prayers for a speedy recovery. You’re missed & things just aren’t the same without the Remdawg. God speed.

By: Jim Hazel
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:06
Dear Jerry,
Focus on your health, family and THEN getting back to the booth. I want to listen to you when I’m in my 80’s and I’m only 47 now so get it together. Address all your issues and then get back to us. We’ll allow you (1) year but only if you need it.
Seriously, get well soon, you & the family are in our prayers.
Jim

By: Mike Tarara
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:05
Hey Jerry,
Hope you are recovering well because we all miss you like crazy.
I know when a venue doesn’t put the sound of the game on, it’s time for a new venue.You and Don are what make the games.
It’s always a pleasure to hear your commentary and of course
to hear you both laugh and enjoy your job.

Get well and I look forward to your speedy recovery.

Mike Tarara

By: Ann & Ansil Brown
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:00
Jerry,
Our prayers are with you as you are recovering. Please get well soon and come back to broadcasting with Don. You two are the best! We love you the most.

By: Cathy Stella
Fri, 08 May 2009 03:00
Jerry,
You are missed!
More importantly, you are loved, and respected.
Most importantly, Red Sox Nation is praying for your speedy recovery.
As much as we anticipate your return to the broadcast booth, we most anxiously await the good news of your improved health.
There are times when nothing else really matters…and, this is one of those times.
Stay strong.
Just one of many devoted fans,praying for you.
GrammyMum

By: Kevin Moulton
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:55
Hey Jerry,
Sorry to hear about your illness, wishing you a speedy recovery and hope to see you back in the broadcast booth with Don! My thoughts and prayers are with you! You are the BEST!!

By: Heather
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:54
Take your time and get well Remdawg! We all miss you. You rock. I love your air guitar and your Remy Report emails too. :) All of Red Sox Nation is sending good vibes your way. Take care!

By: The Sandella Family
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:36
Dear Jerry,

We love and miss you, you and Don are a great team, our prayers are with you and can’t wait to see you and Wally back in your chairs… get well soon and we are waiting to hear you and Don laughing and making Red Sox Nation laugh real soon.

Love,

The Sandella Family, CT

By: Ron Snow
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:30
Hurry back Jerry! The booth just isn’t the same with you on the DL. We need the comeraderie between you and Don. Get well soon!
Your fans, Ron & Elaine.

By: Karen
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:26
Jerry,
I am sorry to hear about your recent battle with cancer. We miss you in the broadcast booth but it is more important for you to get well!
God Bless you!

By: Eric Williamson
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:24
Jerry,
I live in Mississippi and miss watching the Redsox deeply. I purchased NESN just so I could watch you and Don broadcast the games. The broadcasts are just not the same without listening to your humor and insight into the game. I hope you get well quickly and return to the place were you are loved, Redsox Nation and the Redsox booth. They had to bring in Eck, a Hall of Famer, to stand in for you but you are the Hall of famer in my book! Get well quickly!
Eric
Redsox Nation, Southern chapter

By: Dana McGovern
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:07
Jerry my prayers and love to you and your family for the countless hours of entertainment you gave me as a player and sportscaster. You my friend, though we have never met are part of my family. Speedy recovery and look forward to your return.

By: Chris
Fri, 08 May 2009 02:01
Get Well Jerry!! The games are not the same without you. We need you back soon.

Best wishes

By: Elizabeth Roberts
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:59
Get well soon Jerry.Elizabeth Roberts

By: KYLE
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:56
My family misses you Jerry , get well soon!!! Now we know why Buck Martinez was subbing for Jerry, what a great guy!!! He took one for the Remdawg!
Beat the cancer Remdawg!!!

By: john ferrera
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:55
Jerry, I look forward to listen to yoy and Don from Feburary to October.
Watching the Sox is not the same with out you. Get well soon, I know you will,
your the REMDAWG.
Your friend, John

By: Joan Agius
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:49
Jerry, We miss you and hope you will have a speedy recovery. The game is not the same without you in the booth. Our prayers are with you and your family.

By: Kim Sullivan
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:41
Dear Jerry,

My family and I were very sorry to hear of your illness. We are all praying for your complete recovery. Watching the Red Sox games without you is just not the same. We hope you are back in the booth with Don soon.

Bill, Kim, Marisa & Anna
Colchester, CT

By: Debbie from Ct
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:41
Remdawg….I watch just about every Red Sox game and I feel like your part of our extended family. As much as we miss you and want you back, mostly we just want you to get better. I was amazed to all the messages. I myself am a cancer surver thus far and it was hard for me to discuss anything with people. I applaud you for your openess on your personal life. I can’t wait to see your air guitar moves…always makes me laugh, its my favorite clip. Get lots of rest and know you are missed and loved by all of Red Sox nation and then some. You have touched the lives of so many.

By: Matt Smith
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:39
Hey Jerry, We hope you get back to the booth soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Just remember the booth will always be there just take your time to get healthy, nothing is more important than your health and your family. We really miss you. GET WELL SOON

By: Lily
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:37
I miss you so much!!! There’s just that absence of your voice when I’m watching a Red Sox game!

By: Sam
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:36
Rem Dawg – wishing you a speedy recovery! So happy to hear you’re spending this important time with your family to make sure you fully recover. Take care!

By: Ann-Marie
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:34
Get Well Soon Remdawg! We miss you!!

By: jen & jay
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:32
Jerry we wish you and your family the best in this hard time. The game is never the same without you. Get well soon. GOOD LUCK

By: Betsey
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:31
Jerry, as a long time Red Sox fan and a fan of yours I miss your “color” on the NESN telecasts. I have been concerned as your disappearing act was of concern when you weren’t in the booth. I knew something serious was wrong. Please take care of yourself, rest and you will beat this setback in you and your family’s lives. You are missed. You and Don would make me laugh so many times during your broadcasts and I miss your humor. My prayers are with you and I look forward to hearing your voice and see your smiling face on NESN in the near future. Go Remdawg!

By: Troy Allen
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:27
Dude! Remdawg sorry to here about the cancer, as a quit smoker (2 yrs Cinco de Mayo)i wish you the very best and a speedy recovery. PLEASE PLEASE get back in the booth, Don just isn’t the same, he barley laughs and when he does he can still talk, unlike when you used to get him speachless. Wish you the best, -Troy

By: karen
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:24
Dear Jerry, more important than anything is your health and your presence for your family…..get well for those reasons first then get back to govern Red Sox Nation we need your leadership!! My prayers are with you and your family. You are sorely missed. God bless you and GO SOX…GO REMDAWG!

By: Darrell Bent
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:17
Dear Jerry,
I have done nothing but thoroughly enjoy your broadcasts,which reintroduced me to baseball and to the Red Sox for the firt time, which I higly value. Please get well soon, and enjoy reading you eighty thousand emails.
I like your book, but I don’t want it to be a collector’s item for a long time. Best of luck, sincerely. Darrell.

By: Kerri
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:14
Mr. President-

Hope your recovery goes well and is smooth & quick. I love Eck but he is no Remdog! The booth isn’t the same without you. Can’t wait to hear your voice again!

By: Annie B
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:05
Mr Remy,

Please get well and GET BACK!!!!!

By: Anne
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:03
Mr Remy,

GET WELL AND GET BACK!!!!!!!

By: Pam Yokubaitis
Fri, 08 May 2009 01:01
Jerry,

Get well my friend, will miss the infamous snicker in the booth but only for a short time. I got my wakeup call 1 year ago and it has been a hard fought battle not to go back to smoking but so far so good!! Take care of yourself and follow the Drs orders! You are in our prayers.

Pam
Fall River Native

By: Joe Kenn
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:59
Jerry RemDawg! Wish you a full recover!!I was sad to hear this happen. Prayers and Thoughts to you, your family and friends, Nesn crew miss’s you like your RedSox Nation does too

By: Beverly Hanley
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:59
Dear Jerry,

God be with you in your recovery. You’ve been through a lot…I miss you terribly. Don is doing a wonderful job…but without you, it’s just not the same!!!! I was born in Boston….and the hospitals there can’t be beat…for great doctors… Now I live close to Chicago..so my daughter & I go at it(with love, of course) She a WS fan…me, a die-Hard Bosox fan. My prayers, on my knees,…. (at 69 yrs old)… are with you..and your family. Beverly Hanley

By: Kathy M
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:58
Remdawg,
It won’t be summer in New England until you’re back in the booth with Don and Wally. You’re in my prayers. God bless!

By: phoebitz
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:56
Dear Jerry,

I’m so happy to hear that you are healing now, and congratulations on being able to quit when you did – otherwise, this might be a very different story.

Thank you so much for sharing your story with us so we can try to prevent our kids from getting hooked and with helping our kids (and ourselves) deal with this awful addiction.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery to you and your family.

By: Alan from the Cape
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:55
As the head of Red Sox Nation you are the main man for all of us.You and Don are the BOW on this fantastic present that all Red Sox fans are blessed to have the chance to enjoy…Truly like no other sports organization on the PLANET……………GOD BLESS and a SPEEDY RECOVERY

By: Scott Paquette
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:54
Remdawg, The games are not the same without you. Get Back soon:) Scott, Nancy,Sarah and Blake

By: Mike
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:52
Hello Jerry,

Hope you feel better. Miss you on the broadcast, you and the big “O”, give the broadcast some humor. But, taske care of yourself, feel better.

Mike.

By: Danielle
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:48
Remdawg…I was devastated to hear about your news! I have been watching you in the Red Sox organization since I was a kid. I wish you the best and hope you have a speedy recovery. You should definitely check out tomtam.com…he is a very unique healer who specializes in cancer treatment. I was going to bring my mom to him and I regret not…can’t wait to hear you say “Buenos Noches Amigos” again!!

By: Jon Quade
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:46
Get well soon RemDog! We miss you and your air guitar/falling off tables…..as well as occasional baseball insights. Seriously, we love you and the summer won’t be the same without you. Be well and come back soon.

sincerely, anyone who has ever listened to the Sox

By: Ashley
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:44
Jerry,
My thoughts are with you and I wish you a quick recovery. You can make me laugh even when the Sox are losing and I miss listening to you. Good luck, and I hope you make it back soon.

By: Pam and Rich
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:43
Get Well soon. We need you back in the booth playing your guitar :)
We wish you a speedy recovery. Our prayers are with you.

By: Cheryle in Florida
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:42
Jerry- Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery! When we moved to Sarasota two years ago, one of the first things we did was get DirecTV so we could watch our beloved Red Sox in the familiar voice we’d come to know and love on NESN! Your knack for entertaining us while calling the game is appreciated more than you’ll ever know! We hope you are back in our living room soon-we miss you! In the meantime, take good care of yourself and know we are wishing you all the best.

By: maxine and ken
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:41
Rem Dog, been a fan of yours since you played for sox.
This is your toughest game but I pray that you will go
4 for 4 and hit for the cycle.

By: Anne
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:39
Remdawg..you are im my prayers..

By: Mark O’Brien
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:36
Jerry, I spent years rooting for you in a Red Sox uniform and I am rooting for you even more fervently today and the days to come. You are in my prayers for a complete recovery. We’ll keep the air compressor ready for you so upon your return you can strum the air guitar in the booth. In the meantime we’ll keep an eye on D.O. for you. Get well soon our friend. Mark

By: The Lewis Family
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:34
Dear Jerry,

We miss you and are praying for your recovery.

YOU ARE THE BEST.

We hope to see you soon.

Mary, Marge, Carol, Marc and Wil Lewis

By: Debra Hockenhull
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:29
Jerry, YOU are Red Sox Nation. You are loved by every fan from the East Coast to the West Coast. Get plenty of rest. Do what the doctors tell you to do. You are sorely missed in the Announcer Booth with Don O. Eck is doing a great job. But YOU are the Rem Dawg. The prayers and love of all Red Sox Nation are with you for a speedy recovery. YOU will be back haunting and taunting Don as always. Miss your laugh with Don. Peace and Love. And may God Bless You Always. Debra and Robert from Warwick, RI

By: Brenda & Joe Reilly & Family
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:28
Hi Rem Dawg,

We hope you are on your way to a speedy recovery. Though Don is doing a good job in the booth without you, it just isn’t the same watching the games without you. We really do miss your smiling face.

Get well soon.

Joe, Brenda, Stephanie, Ashley & Samantha (aka: SamDawg)
from Southern California

By: Carol from CT
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:28
Jerry,
Please get well soon. We all miss you – Don and Wally are looking a bit sad too. Can’t wait to hear your voice, your laugh, your antics and your comments. We have been watching you play and broadcast for years and it just isn’t the same. God speed.

Carol

By: Brian Kostecki
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:28
Hi Jerry,

I’m surprise about you got lung cancer. I’m big fan of you and I always watch Red Sox games on NESN with DirecTV. Get well very soon Jerry and I hope you well get back in the booth very soon. Wishing all the best of you and we love ya!

Brian Kostecki
Seattle, Washington

By: Diane Stanchina
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:27
Dear Jerry, please get well soon my entire family misses having you in the booth with Don. All of our prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. Eck is interesting but he is no way “The Remdawg”. Take care of yourself and hurry back.

By: Carol
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:26
Get well soon. We all love you and will miss you.

By: Steve & Betsy Fleury
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:26
Betsy and I wish you the speedist of recoveries. Eck is great, but you make Don laugh and that keeps us all entertained.From way up north in Vermont, get well and God bless.

By: Dana
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:24
Remdawg get well soon we know you can beat this its not the same with out you in the booth you and Don make us laugh our thought and prayers are with you put your faith in him and he will bring you threw this god bless you and your family we are praying for you the Dreher family Andover Ma

By: Lynn
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:23
RemDawg not Remdog. Sorry…

By: Lynn
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:23
Remdog – Thinking of you. Get strong, and get back to the booth with Don and Wally. My thoughts are with you.

By: Adam Donnelly
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:22
Get well soon RemDawg! Listening to Red Sox games just aren’t the same with out you! Every Red Sox fan here in Sutton MA wish you a speedy and sucessful recovery!

By: Susan Primeau
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:22
Jerry,
You are in our prayers. Take good care of yourself and get well soon. You are very cared about by so many people. We miss seeing and hearing you on tv;it is just not the same without you. We look forward to seeing you fully recovered.

By: Header
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:20
I’m a long time fan from your playing days to your broadcasting. My thoughts are with you and wish you a speedy recovery.

By: Gail
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:18
We miss you Jerry…here’s wishing you strength for a speedy recovery…..can’t wait to hear you laughing in the booth again. Gail, Jay & Martha-Nashua NH * Redsox Nation

By: Andrea Ogden
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:18
Thinking of you and keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Please take GOOD care and get well soon. You are so much fun to watch and listen to. I truly appreciate your efforts to make people aware of the dangers of smoking and the effecs of lung cancer. Your courage is admirable and I can only hoope that you will be back with Red Sox Nation soon. Take care

By: Bonnie & Bill Miner
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:14
Bill & I wish you a very speedy recovery. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. The sox games are just not the same without there with Don. God bless.

By: Tom
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:13
Rest up, anything you need..you got it! Hope to see you in the Dawg Days.

By: Fred
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:12
Jerry, here’s wishing you a speedy recovery with many more years in the booth! A Sox game without the Remdawg is like Edith without Archie. You are the peanut butter to Don’s jelly! The insight you bring to the game is unmatched and we all look forward to your healthy return.

By: Piper
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:09
Nobody plays air guitar like you RemDawg. Be well and hurry back.

By: Piper
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:06
RemDawg,

By: marion perry
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:05
jerry me and my sister want to extend our thoughts and prayers to you on a speedy recovery.listening to the sox games isnot the same without you.you and don are the best…get well …god bless you and your family….

By: Sharon Bourne
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:05
Get better soon! We need you back in the booth! Summer isn’t the same without you and Don calling the games! Take the time you need, but know we miss you!

By: Richard Cotter
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:05
Gerry:

I am a cancer surviror having lost part of a lung due to cancer. I was also a smoker, and this is what
conributed to my cancer. It has been almost seven years since that awful day, but am now cancer free.
You can beat this thing by just being positve about your situation, doing what the doctors tell you,
and some prayers. My hope is that I will see you and hear you back in the booth soon.

By: Tammi
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:02
Red Sox Nation is just not the same without you in the booth!! You are dearly missed and Don does his best, but he really needs you there to liven things up!!Get lots of rest, so hopefully you can come back soon!!   You and Don are the best team in Broadcasting hurry back!!
Tammi & Charlie
Maine

By: Tom Browne
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:02
Jerry,

You are are our favorite sports personality. We miss you.

Get well soon.

Tom and Lynne Browne

Falmouth, Ma

By: Lori from Vermont
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:02
Wishing all the best in your recovery – thinking of you every time I watch a Red Sox game. I miss the laughter, the banter between you and Don, your insights. So rest up, get better and get back to the booth as soon as you are able! You are well loved and missed all over Red Sox Nation.

By: Kimberley
Fri, 08 May 2009 00:01
Remdawg, the broadcasts are not the same without you. We truly miss your “Beunos Noches, Amigos”….and are looking forward to your return. Although we live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada The Red Sox and the Bruins and the Celtics are our professional sports teams!!!

Wishing you all the best and a very speedy recovery….looking forward to having you back beside Don along with your “air guitar”!!!

Take good care of you, our friend..you are part of our family..in throughts and prayers!!

By: fran perry
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:59
We are rabid red sox fans here in ct and consider remdog a huge part of that family. Please get well soon Jerry, you are in our thoughts and prayers

By: Barb
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:56
Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Remdawg! All of Red Sox Nation misses and loves you!

By: Bill and Deb from pa
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:54
Jerry ,get well soon it is not the same watching the sox with out you ,Don is ok ,we miss the two of you together hope you feel better soon ,go sox

By: Mitchell Roy
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:51
Remdawg PLEASE get better soon. I`m only 10 and your my idol. I want to be sports broadcaster just like you. The games aren’t the same without you PLEASE GET WELL SOON!!!!!!!!!!!

By: Townsend Family
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:50
We love sitting and listening to you and Don, it’s definately not the same without you! We miss your antics and your
fits of laughter. We can always count on learning something about baseball when you are in the booth. We wish you well and are sending all our best to your wife because we know you will be driving her crazy real soon!

By: Gail
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:48
Jerry, wishing all the best, and also for a speedy recovery! You and your family are in my thoughts. I miss you and Don O laughing, and making me laugh right along with you. You’ve made a lot of my days with that laughter and your knowledge of the game. Godspeed, and we’ll be anxiously awaiting your return, when you are ready to come back. Love ya, and all of Red Sox nation loves you also.

By: Mac form Waltham
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:36
Jerry, I am So looking forward to seeing you back in the booth with Don, you are an icon to the nation
get well so.
God Bless.

By: nancy
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:36
please hurry back jerry – we miss you and other than Eck your stand-ins suck.
get well soon

By: Ed and Judy Anderson (Rutland, VT)
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:27
Jerry,
Get all the rest you need and come back as strong as before. You are missed by all of Red Sox Nation! Hope that Wally is feeding The Rem Dawg a lot of chicken soup, he knows where to find a big chicken. We look forward to your return and our thoghts and prayers are you and your family.

By: Edie McCracken
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:26
Jerry, as I have read the previous messages I came to realize all I wished to say had been said beautifully by so many……so just know that one more family misses hearing and seeing and hearing you – and prays that you will give that darned disease a base hit right out of the park and your life. Edie

By: Lisa
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:26
Jerry,

I’m from Somerset – a lifetime fan – and you and my Dad were honored in a parade there MANY years ago. The joke in my family was the dedication was for my Dad and you were along for the ride.

I wish you the best in your recovery. Your expertise and sense of humor in covering the games is the BEST. I’ll never forget the night that you and Don could not stop laughing at the “new wife smell.”

Lisa

By: Sue Jusseaume
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:24
Hi Jerry,

Just sending you a shout out and get well wishes from down here in Fall River. We are all thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery!

Best Wishes,
Sue, Fall River,MA

By: Edie McCracken
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:22
After reading all of the above, there’s seemingly nothing new to say – —-But give that darned CA everything you’ve got – –and hit it both out of the park and out of your life. As many have said, “It just isn’t the same.” Edie

By: Carolyn
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:22
Remy my thoughts and prayers are with you every day. Get well soon

Carolyn
Watertown, MA

By: Bob
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:21
Mr. Remy, Jerry, Remdawg!!!!

My Mother would sit and watch the Sox during the final days of her life and it was like she had company (You and Don). I think of that every time I watch the Sox. I’m sure it has been said before but the banter between you two is why even a bad game was worth watching and listening to. I have a game card my daughter got me from the “Remy report” for our anniversary from a game my wife and I saw in 2007 and you kindly wrote “thanks for all the years of faithfully watching” Well thank you jerry for all the years of broadcasting (and the many to come)
get well from a fellow cancer survivor
Bob

By: Dick Nethercote
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:20
Jerry, having grown up around Fenway back in the late 50s, I,ve seen all the broadcasters from most of the teams, you and Don are tops. Dennis is a good reliever, but, get well and back to the booth soon. Where is Wally?
Dick Nethercote/ Winter Garden, Florida.

By: Lorraine Napoletano
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:19
I was shocked when I finally heard why you were not in that broadcasting booth.. I fell asleep last night praying for you and will continue to do so until I see you in that booth, again. I miss your laughter and spontaenous chemistry with Don. I do like Dennis Eckersle taking your place, for now.. He is doing a great job! Also, Tell Don Orsillo, that he never looked so good with that beard he is growing!! Get well soon, Rem Dawg, and Keep the Faith..
From your devoted fan! Lori

By: Steve
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:16
Get well soon Jerry. Watching the Red Sox isn’t the same without you on the mic. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Steve
Amesbury MA

By: Pete B (Vernon, CT)
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:15
Get your rest and come back strong! I miss your “antics” with Don & Wally. My family truly enjoys the NESN broadcasts. My 7 year old son, Tim, would like to say, “Buenos noches amigos!”

By: Patrick Farwell
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:11
Jerry,

Get well soon. My mom and grandma miss the nightly visits during the baseball season. It is not Red Sox baseball without you.

Common Road Remdawgs
Dixfield, ME

By: Flo
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:10
You are missed greatly, its not the same with out you-Don is trying but we need & want you back you are so entertaining. Prayers for a speedy recovery!

By: LizM in Maine
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:10
It’s not the same without you, Jerry! Get well soon! We miss you!!

By: Cheryl
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:07
All of Red Sox Nation wishes you a speedy recovery. Watching the game just isn’t the same without you in the booth. We’ll keep you in our prayers.

Cheryl
CT

By: Carol G
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:05
Jerry, You have my best wishes and prayers for your speedy recovery. To your wife , children, and grand-kids, I just want to say “Hang in there” cause everything is going to be o.k. Can’t wait to see you back in the booth with Don very soon.. r Red Sox Nation needs you back, Buddy.. You’re the best!!!!!

By: Lenny Michaud
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:03
Dear Jerry! I was very saddened to hear about your illness. I’ve been a RED SOX fan all of my life from Ted Williams to YOU! And in all those years i’ve never heard a broadcaster as knowledgable, serious, humorus, and honest as yourself. My prayers are with you and your family for a speedy recovery. I will be burning an offering every day until you come back. And when you do, i think your name should be upgraded to REMROCK. Although eck and dave are trying there best, i hope you realize that no one could ever take your place.
Lenny Michaud, Van Buren, ME

By: Mike,Dave and Cindy from Manchester NH
Thu, 07 May 2009 23:02
Get well soon Rem Dawg!!!!!! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! We watch the Red Sox every night and love to listen to you and Don. You have taught us so much about the game of baseball and love how you and Don joke around and have fun in the booth. You make us laugh every time you are on the air! Hope your getting strong enough to come back and rock out on the air guitar!!!!!!!!! Best wishes from the Holliday family.

By: Margie Doucette
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:57
Jerry,
I’m one of you best fans…love to hear you on the Sox games. I wish you all the best and please take time to recover. You will be greatly missed but we are all expecting you back when you are up to it.

By: Eileen Hurd
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:56
Get well soon Jerry. You are in my prayers and I cant wait until you are back in the booth with Don. Eck is doing a good job as a stand in but he’s no Rem Dawg.

By: Margo Fontaine
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:54
We miss hearing & seeing you Jerry & having you and Don Orsillo entertaining us with laughter & smiles – you two make the game as much as the players. What a great match the two of you make calling the games… yet, making it fun & interesting at the same time. You are in our thoughts & prayers daily!

Best wishes for a “great” recovery,
Margo Fontaine & Family
Southbridge, MA

By: steve
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:54
Jerry, Maine misses you in the booth! We pray for you to have a speedy recovery. Eck is ok but he is not Jerry Remy!! We miss your insight, knowledge and also your laugh!! Get well soon my friend!!

By: Ann
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:53
To RemDawg
You’ll be missed a whole lot by all your redsox nation fans,my thoughts and prayers
go out to you,You’ll be missed in the broadcast booth especially your crazy sense
of humor,but your health is more important right now than broadcasting,just recover well
so you can return to the broadcast booth in tiptop shape and with that crazy sense of humor
of yours .It won’t be the same out without you there when everyone is watching the games on
NESN,GOD BLESS AND GET WELL REMDAWG. A REMDWAG FAN 4 EVER (ANNIE)

By: Dave and Kellie Sperry
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:51
Dear Jerry,our family wants to wish you a speedy and quick recovery, it will also be hard on family both Red Sox Nation and yours. I’m worried also also about Don and Wally! What are they going to do. Our prayers are with you every day just as so may Red Sox fans and Baseball fans, make it soon. We miss you. Kellie

By: Holly
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:50
Jerry,

Get well soon and come on back! My prayers are with you and your

family. If anyone can beat it you can. Hurry Back!!!!!

By: Sandy
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:50
Jerry,
Your fans in Western Mass miss you already. You & Don make us smile every night. Take care of yourself, but come back soon! We love you.

By: lois
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:48
We will miss you Jerry hope you get well soon. I enjoy listing to you during every game you will be missed

By: Donna Smith
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:45
Jerry, you will be in my prayers everyday. Your such a large part of Red Sox Nation. I’m sure its not easy for Don without you. Keep the faith.

By: Margaret Record
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:44
Get well, Jerry and hurry back. I have so enjoyed listening to you and Don Orsillo over the past years. Especially enjoyed your inside jokes were you get the giggles. My prayers are with you and your family

By: Scott & Robert Sechtman
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:44
Jerry , My son and I just want to wish you a speedy recovery and our thoughts and prayers are with you. Get well soon.

By: Don&Marilyn Sholes
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:44
Boy, do we miss you, Eck is OK but it isn’t the Rem Dawg……we wish you a speedy recovery…..looking forward to your return and more jokes with Orsillo too……

By: Linda
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:42
Please heal soon. Stay focused and surround yourself with positive energy. It works! I will keep you in my prayers

By: Kevin Clancy
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:41
Jerry,
it is always a pleasure to tune into a game and hear your voice and se your face. you have wonderful insight to the game and are one of the best and most knowledgeable comentators i have ever seen.
get well soon you are missed by all that have ever heard your voice.
good luck

By: Alex D
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:40
Jerry, you were one of my favorites as a player and I thoroughly enjoy you in the NESN booth, you are a breath of fresh air. As a local guy who made it to the bigs you experienced the dreams of many like myself who never made it. As a recent cancer survivor I can feel your concern and anxiety on the ultimate outcome. I am praying for you, keep you chin up and get well soon. You will be back in the booth before you know it.

Alex D
Peabody

By: Jesse Gill
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:40
Jerry, hope you get well soon, I know you will your a very strong willing person, kick that cancer’s a** like the soxs do to the yanks :).

By: Donna Del Guidice
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:38
Jerry I started watching baseball about 5yrs ago. I thought the sport was boring. But after watching a games with you and Don as the announces you guys would make me laugh. I think you need to recover and come back soon. Without you I might think it’s boring again. Get well soon.

By: Jim
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:37
Jerry,Get well soon.U will be in my prayers.

By: mike o
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:37
get well soon remdawg! salt lake city loves ya!

By: Ron Lovell
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:36
Jerry,
2yrs. ago I got real sick and went into a coma for 10 days. When I came out of the coma, my wife had the TV on NESN and the RED SOX were playing the YANKEES. The first voices I heard were you and Don. You are special and deeply missed. Get better and hurry back.

By: Janice Wanchik
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:35
Here’s hoping for a speedy recovery to you Jerry. My husband has just been told he has terminal cancer and has six months left. He also was a smoker for years and last year he had a kidney removed due to cancer caused by smoking but it’s too late.It had already spread. We are faithful Red Sox fans and just joined Rem Daug Nation. We get very upset when the games are on other stations because we don’t get to see you and Don make the game special. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family and hope to see you back soon. Get as much rest as you can.

By: KEN ROBINSON
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:35
DEAR JERRY GET WELL SOON YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.I HAVE WATCHED YOU YOUR ENTIRE CARERR YOU FIGHT THIS LIKE YOU PLAYED. I MISS YOU ON THE TV YOU HAVE TAUGHT ME ALOT ABOUT THE THINGS THAT MOST TIMES GO OVER LOOKED DURING THE GAME.AND THE LAUGHTER YOU AND DON HAVE GIVEN ALL OF REDSOX NATION.AND WHO CAN FORGET THE NIGHT OF THE ECLIPSE I LAUGHED SO HARD. SO SCOOTER YOU GET WELL AND GET BACK TO DOING WHAT WE IN REDSOX NATION LOVE LISTENING TO YOU CALL ANOTHER REDSOX WIN GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAIMLY. JUST ONE OF MILLIONS PRAYING FOR YOU. KEN ROBINSON

By: Susan T. Halliwell
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:34
Dear Jerry,
I’m so sorry to hear about your bout with cancer. May you get healthy real soon. The Red Sox games are just not he same without your expertise and humor. We miss you a lot and I expect to see you very soon.

A Red Sox and Remdawg number 1 fan.

Best Wishes, Sue

By: dave rockford
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:33
Hey remdog. As a resident of Illinois nothing brightens my day more than listening to you and Don. Please Get well soon. WAlly is waiting for ya in the rocker. I am also a former smoker, who is having an angiogram tomorrow. I really hope my experience will serve as a cautionary tale about the risks of smoking too. Long live the Nation and the Remdog. God Bless the Sox and all their fans.

By: Ray & Phyllis Nollman
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:33
Our prayers are with you and your family as you recover fully from this terrible set back. We think of you often and miss you, but only wait for the day of your return to the booth in perfect health.

By: Lindsay
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:32
Get well soon, RemDawg! I hope that you have a full and speedy recovery. Sox games just aren’t the same without you!

By: Diane
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:31
We miss the guaranteed chuckles every night, the banter between you and Don and your great commentary. It’s not the same without you! Thoughts and prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. Get well soon Jerry!.

By: Laurie Dion
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:30
Dear Jerry Remy,

You don’t know me. My name is Laurie Dion and I hope that you are well and feeling better soon because you are an important part to Red Sox Nation. And I hope to see you broadcasting in the booth @ Fenway Park on June10th.

Your Red Sox Fan,

Laurie

By: Jeff Berard
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:30
Get well soon, Jerry!

By: Ted and Ann Ellenwood
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:30
To Jerry and the Remy Family,

Your professionalism on and off the field is greatly missed. Now is the time for you to take care of Jerry. We are all praying for you, and wish you a speedy and healthy recovery. What a gift it must be, to have the Red Sox Organization amd all the Nation behind you. God bless you and your family.

Ted and Ann

By: Steve Vieira from Manchester, NH ,a life long fan
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:29
Gerry hurry back,not so much because we miss you but because when you’re back we know you are better.

By: Joseph Quagliaroli
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:29
Jerry,
Get well soon. You and Don Orsillo are the best.Red Sox nation misses you and your air guitar performances.

By: DAVID & BARBARA L0ZITO- R.I.
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:27
OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU. GET WELL SOON.

By: Penny Queenin
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:27
Dear Jerry,

My family and I are wishing you a get well soon. You and Don are the perfect match in baseball broadcasters. You keep us informed and laughing throughout even the worse of times. Our prayers are with you. God Bless you. The Queenin family of Derby Line, VT

By: Tim & Linda Haynes
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:27
Hey Remy! Just wanted you to know that you’re in the hearts of Red Sox Nation! We pray you recover quickly cuz we need the RemDawg back on the desk overlooking Fenway Park doing his best air guitar! Love ya!!

By: Ed L.
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:27
Rem dawg, Get well soon, Eck is doing an okay job but hes no Jerry Remy. You in booth talent is truly missed. Keep the faith Hurry Back…

By: roy leone
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:27
Jerry hurry back soon,I need some new dance steps.Watching the game wiyh you makes it much better.

By: Rick from CT
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:26
Get well soon Jerry, you and Don are the best broadcast team in baseball.

By: Ursula A BIG RED SOX FAN I NEVER MISS A GAME
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:26
JERRY GET WELL SOON WE ALL MISS YOU THE GAMES ARE NOT THE SAME WHITOUT YOU HURRY BACK THE RED SOX NATION NEEDS YOU

By: Linda Sullivan
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:25
Jerry,
Please get well soon.We miss your wit and wisdom.When you and Don get the giggles my husband and I do too!!I have tickets to the weekend series in July with the Blue Jays.Hope your back in the booth by then.Good luck and God bless you!!!
Linda and Pat Sullivan
Vermont

By: jim buckley
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:25
jerry,get well soon, its not the same with your absence.im praying really hard that you are back where you belong
in short order.god bless

By: Sandra
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:24
RemDawg – Get Well soon!!! It’s just not the same watching the games without you and Don together:-) Being a cancer survivor myself I know you need your rest. Rest as long as you need and we’ll all be waiting for you!!!!

By: Katie
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:24
Get well soon, RemDawg! Red Sox Nation misses you very much… we can’t wait to see you back next to Don.

By: michael sutcliffe
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:24
get well soon jerry we all miss you but we are all want you healthy and strong for your family first.You bring so much joy to us all every night when we watch the game.It’s almost like we know you , and Don so well because you are a genuine quality person.Get well cant wait to see and hear you again,

By: Joel Vedrani
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:24
It`s not the same without the Rem Dawg in the booth with Don. Please get strong soon, and get back at what you love to do!!! Your Biggest fan—Joel Otto

By: Donna Clunan
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:23
Get well soon Jerry. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and hoping you have a speedy recovery and get back in that booth that you belong in. Sorry Don, but the games just aren’t the same without Remdawg.

By: Shane M
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:22
Get well soon RemDawg. Red Sox Nation isn’t the same without you!!!

By: Jill
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:22
Jerry, My husband & I watch every Red Sox game but it is not the same without you and Wally in the booth with Don. You are the 10th man and no matter who comes and goes on the team we can always count on you being there. You’re a constant in our lives after a very long, cold, Maine winter. Please get back in the booth soon!
Jill North Yarmouth Maine

By: David
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:22
Jerry, I enjoyed you as a player, and love you in the booth. You are one of the best baseball color analysts in all of MLB–loved when you also got to do the Fox broadcasts–it was one of the few times the color guy actually knew what he was talking about! I’m saddened to learn of your illness, but glad you are on the road to recovery. Please, please, get well soon, get back to work as soon as you are feeling up to it again–all your listeners miss you and want to back where you belong on NESN. And to your family, I hope and pray that you all support each other thru this most difficult challenge. I’m confident that everything will turn out for the best, and this chapter of your lives will have a very happy conclusion.

By: Peter
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:22
Jerry
Get well SOON …the games aren’t the same without you

By: Gloria Upchurch
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:22
I watched Jerry as a player and have listened to him for years as a broadcaster, he is sorely missed and everyone wishes him a speedy recovery and that we will be watching and listening to him again very soon. Take your time Jerry, we love and want you to be around for along time to come.

By: Eli
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:22
Jerry, Red Sox Nation will not be the same without you in the booth. Please get better soon and know that we are all behind you for the duration. I’m personally looking forward to some more of your air-guitar.

By: maggie
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:21
get well soon jerry! baseball games just aren’t the same without your “buenos noches amigos! i still laugh every time i see the clip of you falling over whilst rocking out on your air guitar. one of the highlights of all the baseball games i attend is looking up and seeing you and don in the booth. i haven’t been to one this year, so hopefully you’ll be there when i make it! you and your family are all in my prayers. get well soon and i can’t wait til you return!

By: K Huntley
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:21
Jerry: You were always a winner and you’ll beat this too. We miss you during the games. Get well soon and God Bless.

By: andrew ross
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:20
Dear Jerry!

We all wish you well and too your family! We hope to see you back in the both, we hope you get well and we will see you back in the both.

From your fan

Andrew

By: Jennifer from Arkansas
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:18
Get well soon, Mr. Remy. You’re very much missed!

By: Chelsey Brooks
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:16
I may be a born and raised Yankee fan, but going to school at BU and being a sports broadcast major has lead me to your commentating. Your energy and obvious love of the game in all aspects is inspiring. Get well soon. I need my role model back in action asap!

By: lynn
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:12
Dear Jerry Get well soon YOU are sadly missed especially Yours and Don’s jokes and laughter just makes it so much more fun watching games. Go bless my prayers are with you. Lynn

By: joan
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:09
You are missed, our prayers to go you and your family. We cannot wait until you are back home (FENWAY PARK)
Miss seeing you in the booth with Don.
Joan

By: Katie O.
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:09
Jerry, you have brought so much joy to us all. And I firmly believe that when you put love out into the world, it comes back to you tenfold. I hope you and your family can feel all the love and blessings coming your way and can use it to carry you through this. Try to find the youtube video of the night Dennis Leary and Lenny Clark were on. Remember that? That was one of the most hilarious conversations ever! That’ll definitely bring you a good laugh when you need it. We love you and look forward to many more summer nights listening to the RemDawg. Keep fighting!

Katie O.
Weymouth, MA

By: Brian Carpenter
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:08
Get well soon Jerry.My thoughts & prayers along with my Mothers Thoughts & prayers,Not to mention the entire Red Sox Nation ,go out to you.
You were a big fan ok mine during the 70’s & 80’s and you still are today. GET WELL JERRY
Brian

By: Sara Collison
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:08
Jerry,

Take good care of yourself and let others do the same for you. Save your cantankerous stuff for the broadcast booth. Please hurry back!

On another note, I’m missing your take on the Manny situation today. My husband and I live in the L.A. area, and we are beyond disappointed in this situation. We visited Fenway about three years ago and fell in love with the Sawx and the whole atmosphere, including Manny Ramirez. Then when he came to L.A. we were thrilled to see the Fun Factor return to Chavez Ravine. Now I don’t know what to think. I was one of the last to admit that O.J. Simpson was guilty, and I’ll probably be one of the last to say Manny is guilty of anything beyond wanting to do well and provide good times for fans. But I do think that Major League Baseball and DirecTV-Extra Innings should stop taking any more ad revenue from the likes of Viagra and Cialis. Instead, they should be running more of those PSA’s about the pitfalls of steroids and HCG!

Miss you . . .

By: Helen Paul
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:05
I hope you will be back soon I will miss you
you are the best
Helen

By: Ron,Lisa & Austin Frederick
Thu, 07 May 2009 22:02
RemDawg Get better real soon! We miss hearing your voice but we especially miss you getting Don to laugh & the laughter that ensues!!! We keep you & your family in our thoughts & prayers. Red Sox Nation loves You!!!

By: Willy King
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:58
Jerry

I miss hearing your voice calling the games with Don. I very much not only look foward to hearing the news of your recovery, but also am looking forward to seeing you back in the booth with Don. The two of you are awesome together. Take care of yourself Jerry & Godspeed to your recovery.

Willy King
from Maine

By: Dawn
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:55
Jerry,

Words can not express how saddened we were to hear the news, however we are believing in faith for a full and total recovery. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family. We look forward to seeing you resume your rightful place soon.

God Bless

Debra & Dawn

By: Mike
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:54
Jerry, wishing you God’s speed on your recovery. It’s just not the same without your antics.

By: Karen Jenkins
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:52
Jerry, Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Get well soon. Can’t wait for your return to the booth. Take care and godspeed.

By: Dave Berndt
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:51
Jerry, You bring to the nation and to fans generally as well as this fan a shock at the news. I wish you all the prayers concern and caring for a complete recovery is this phase of the illness. Know please you are missed and my hope you will be back where you belong just as soon as you can. God Bless to you and your entire family.
Dave

By: Mark and Phoebe Tondel
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:50
Jerry,
Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I believe so strongly that if God leads you to it, He will see you through it. I am sure that with the help of your loving family and friends, and with that famous smile on your face, you will persevere. Waiting to see you back at your post.

Mark and Phoebe Tondel
Lee, Ma.

By: Matthew McDonald
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:48
Get well soon we miss you.
Chester VT

By: cindi galligan
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:48
You are so MISSED ! Hope you can be back strong ASAP. The Eck has a different perspective and interesting to listen to, but we miss our Remdawg. Especially missed your comments about Raymond when the Sox were in Tampa. Be well – hope your return to NESN comes quickly.

By: Cheri Mambro
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:47
Jerry,Jerry, Jerry
It’s just not the same without you!! My thoughts and prayers are with you for a complete recovery. As a recovering cancer patient I know there are ups and downs but I know that you will put your all into it! We understand you putting your recovery comes first, but I will follow your progress as the press releases to us. Always know that we are ALL behind you for good health and returning to your broadcast of our beloved Red Sox.
You are loved,as well, Jerry and we can’t wait to hear from you.
Love ya, Cheri A die-hard fan of you and the Bosox

By: Kate
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:47
Rem Dawg it just isn’t the same without you! There’s no laughter, no fun and most importantly, no shout out to our Spanish speaking friends with the infamous intro: “Where available this broadcast can be heard in Spanish by pressing the SAP button, enjoy the game” “Beunos Noches, Amigos!” I always say this right along with you. I miss you, you’re like a part of my extended family. Please take care of yourself and get better–WE NEED YOU MR. PRESIDENT!!!!

By: Heather
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:46
Jerry,
Get Well Soon!!!!!!!! We enjoy yuor broadcasts so much. You and Don are fantastic together and watching the red sox is not the same without hearing your comments, jokes and perception. You are red sox nation and we miss you!!!! Please recover, feel better and come back soon!

By: Meredith and family, Manchester, CT
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:41
I hope you return soon Remdawg. We miss seeing you and Wally. My Mom and I enjoy you and Don because you both make the games fun to watch, not as serious as all the other announcers. You and Don were so funny during the game where the guy threw the pizza; we still look it up on YouTube whenever we need a good laugh. We are looking forward to some more air guitar!

By: Debbie
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:40
Jerry,

Our best wishes for your speedy recovery. We miss you in the booth Remdawg with Don your laughter is the best medicine, think positive. Also a lung cancer survivor I beat it and so can you. Good Luck, Go Bless.

By: Renie
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:39
Jerry,please get well. Get rest, get healthy, and please get back in that booth.
It’s not the same without you. You and Don make the game alot of fun.
You are missed.

By: Pat
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:37
Jerry, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. Get well soon. Red Sox Nation needs you. So does Don.

By: Chris
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:36
For the last few games I kept saying to my wife where is the REMDOG. Well when I found out what was going on I was bummed. REMDOG, you are by far the best baseball analyst there is, and the broadcast just isn’t the same without you. There have been so many times you have made me laugh and not to mention your knowlege and insight of the game is second to none. The other guys are doing a fine job in your absence but nobody could ever replace the REMDOG. You are missed very much and myself and my family wish you lots of luck and a speedy recovery. Our prayers and thoughts are with you Jerry. It also makes you realize whats most important in life. Can’t wait till your back Jerry….

By: BostonNut
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:34
RemDawg, all the best for a speedy recovery! We watch you and Don via the MLB package from out in Cincinnati, Ohio. The last few games just have not been the same! My favorite times are when you and Don get slap happy during a snoozer and really let loose in the booth. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you for a full and speedy recovery. We all need you to keep us laughing!

By: Tracy Purcell
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:34
I sooooo look forward to Red Sox games and the bantering between Don and the RemDawg! It’s not the same without you! Please do everything you need to do to get well, so we don’t have to be without you again! You’re definitely missed!
Tracy ~ New Gloucester, Maine

By: Jay & Bonnie Ray
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:27
Jerry-It’s just not the same without you. Our thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. Our dog,Remy,misses you,also.

By: Donnamarie
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:22
Jerry You are missed very much. It’s not the same in the booth without you.Take care of yourself.When I think of you I remember your bunting. I tell my son he can bunt and start running before the ball even hits the bat. I’ve never seen anyone do that in all my years. Rest take your time come back soon. And anyone who reads this I smoked for 36 years and am smoke free for 15 months. It is the hardest thing you’ll do but you can do it. I want to live to see my grandchildren that was and is my reason to stop. Jerry is right stop you will live longer and hopefully not go threw the things that go with smoking.

By: Kerry Barnes
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:14
Jerry take your time and get healthy we will miss you but we all want you to make a full recovery.I was operated on for melanoma back in ’05 and watching Red Sox telecasts really helped me through that three week period.All the best Jerry we will see you soon.

Kerry Barnes
Cape Coral,Fl

By: Lloyd and Catherine
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:13
We miss you Remdawg. Watching the games isn’t the same without you. We’re are thinking of you and your family during this time and hope for a speedy recovery.
Lloyd and Catherine

By: Nancy
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:13
Get healthy and back in the booth! My Wally has a permanent place on the TV stand, so you will not be far from our thoughts.

By: Shanley
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:13
I am sorry to hear of your illness. Remember that you have all of RSN supporting you!!! We love you. <3 <3 <3

By: Megan
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:11
Does anyone else think that this Suzanna girl (comment above this one) is being kind of ridiculous?

By: Janine kozlakowski
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:11
HI JERRY REMY I am so sad to learn of your cancer were so sorry and our prayers are with you we will miss you on nesn with Don our best wishes for speedy recovery hope to see you back on nesn real soon and stay strong we need you rem dawg!!! sincerley Janine and Diane Marko and kozlakowski

By: Dennis
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:09
Jerry

I’ve been through the same thing, cancer from second hand smoke (night club musician) it’s been almost 4 years and everything is fine and you will be to. Hurry back, you are missed.

By: Gail
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:07
Jerry:
Pleae be well; you are truly missed. While you are recuperating check out Padre Pio (now St. Pio) on Google. You can pray really hard to him and he listens. My family has experienced it first hand. In the meantime, I will pray to him for you. God bless Jerry, hope to have you back very soon.

By: MaryAnn
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:05
Remdawg,

You are surely missed. My heart sank when I heard the announcement. I hope you recover quickly and return to the broadcast booth soon. The games just don’t sound the same without you. You and Don make a great team and make the games even more fun, especially when there’s a rough patch. You are in our thoughts and prayers for a full recovery and speedy return. The Sox need you. GO REMDAWG!

By: Mark and Mary Ann
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:03
Jerry, we miss you!! So sorry to hear you are fighting health battles, but we are praying for you and a full recovery. Take care and know you are loved and missed. Hope to see you soon!!!’Mark and Mary Ann, Jacksonville, FL

By: Bob Hull
Thu, 07 May 2009 21:03
Dear Jerry, Please hurry back you are needed & greatly missed! In the meantime please get a message to Eck to speak up. He talkes so softly we miss most of his comments. We never had to ask you to speak up! Quiet down maybe, but not speak up. Seriously, the booth is lacking with Don doing it mostly by himself.

By: John Souza
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:59
Jerry
Get well soon! All of Red Sox Nation misses you

By: Tim Tainsh
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:57
Jerry, Take your time and rest. I tell you a story in 2003 I was told i had in June lung cancer, I did Cemo. in Oct they took out my left lung . I also have Emaphsimer In my right lung But i retired and I’m doing very well i do get out of breath some times during this I had my family beside me all the way you take care of yourself if you would like to talk just email and we can get phone numbers and talk you will feel better talking about it also I was 47 in 2003 I am now 53 the Doctors told me it was non operatin but I made though it

Tim Tainsh

By: Carol Valente
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:54
You make the Florida summers bearable. Look forward to you & Don every night. Get well soon & God bless. Saying heavy duty prayers for your recovery

By: jerry ouellette
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:53
wishing you a speedy recovery.my prayers are with you

By: Michelle Cunningham
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:52
Hi Jerry get well soon. I miss your commentating. I hope you return this season.

By: jason
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:51
Get well remdawg we all miss you. I have been a smoker for 25 years, quiting today becaues of you.

By: Pam Belanger
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:51
Dear Jerry

Please hurry and get well, you are missed very much. I look forward to seeing you back in the booth, nothing is the same without you. My prayers are with you and your family, God Bless You and get well and come back to us soon.

By: george kazakis
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:48
Jerry, get well and hurry back.Without you Don doesn’t laugh as much. Take care and don’t come back until your ready.

By: C. Milby
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:48
As a MLB Xtra Innings subscriber for several years, I watch all Red Sox games and think that you and Don are a perfect duo in the booth. I pray for your speedy recovery and hope to see you back very soon.
Sincerely,
C.Milby
Cordova, MD

By: dave barber
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:47
dear jerry, i am so sorry to hear the news. you are in my thoughts and prayers i hope you are doing better. my wife and i love the job you do with the sox. hope you get well soon….

By: Robin Frost, Silver Lake, NH
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:43
Jerry: Hurry back! Don is holding things down well with the help of Eck, but you are missed. I miss the times when all goes quiet in the booth and you just know that you and Don are laughing too hard to talk! All the best in your recovery…

By: Pat Sargent
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:41
Jerry,

Here’s to a speedy recovery. You are definately sorely missed on the broadcast. I know that Eck and Dave are really trying but no one can beat the air guitar or your wacky ways. Pleasssseee hurry get well soon your voice is definately needed. We are surely glad that you are taking the time to do things right, take care of yourself and hoping to hear you soon.

Best wishes..
All of us from Red Sox Nation.

By: Annette Welsh
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:40
Jerry,

Our prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. You are truly the best baseball announcer in the game. No one could ever replace you. Don seems lost without his sidekick. Red Sox Nation truly misses you. Take the time to fully recover and come back to the thousands of fans who look forward to their favorite announcer on game day. God be with you and your family.

Ray & Annette

By: Gary David, Maine
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:39
My wife and I wish you a speedy recovery Jerry. The Sox games are not the same without you. You’ve got the best rooting for you RED SOX NATION.
Hope to see you soon in the booth.

By: Nathan
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:35
We miss you RemDawg. The Sox games just aren’t the same without your commentary. Keep fighting and get better soon.

By: Brett Johnston, RI
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:34
Jerry, get well and hope we can see and hear in the nesn booth soon. I watch every game and the broadcast is not the same without you. Stay strong and positive

By: john mullen
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:32
jerry take as much time as you need to recover and think of this do not foret john lester went thruogh the same thing on his recovery even thuogh his cancer was diffrent then yours but i want to say my grandfarther

SARGENT JOHN NORMAN MULLEN he was a state trooper company D for holton maine for 22 years he also had lung cancer patient and he recovered from it and was non cancer for 22 years right up to the day he died janurary 10th 2006 please take care and hope to see you in the booth soon

john

By: Deb Simard
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:30
Jerry,
I hope you now know without a doubt, just how much you mean to Red Sox Nation. You are truly loved and in this house, you have become a part of our family. When you and Don start laughing, it’s contagious and we miss that. But more importantly, we just want you to get better! We’ll be waiting patiently for you.

Best wishes to you and your family and get well soon!!

By: Eric
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:24
Jerry even though over the years I have criticized you on many occasions for this and that, that was over the “game” of baseball, well life as we all know is not a game and as a person who’s family has been stricken with this cursed disease.
I offer you my best prayers for good health and a full recovery so you can get back in the booth and I can rip you some more.

By: Mike Patin, Bangor, ME
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:14
As a fan of many, many years form Anaheim to Boston I want to send my wishes and prayers for a full and speedy recovery. We miss you and want to see you back. Red Sox Nation is totally behind you.

By: Bruce & Betsy
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:12
Get well, and we mean now! Our thoughts are with you and your cheery commentary is missed.

By: Steve… Berlin, Vermont
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:10
Jerry,
Our thoughts are with you during this time of recovery. Get well soon and we look forward to seeing you back in the NESN booth with Don.

Best wishes!

By: Randy
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:09
One of my favorite all time memories of baseball was one of Jerry’s at bat after his first homerun. He was so pumped up he swung hard enough to almost fall over. It was hilarious. We loved it and we loved Jerry then as we do now. Get well. Take as long as you want. We will be here when you come back.

By: BARBARA
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:06
GET WELL WE NEED YOU IN THE BOOTH WITH DON, ECK IS DOING HIS BEST AND DAVE IS TOO, BUT NO ONE CAN DO IT LIKE YOU AND DON. YOU MAKE THE GAME FUN, EVEN WHEN IT’S BAD. I LOVE HEARING YOU LAUGH. AND THAT’S THE BEST MEDICINE.
THE BOOTH IS DRAB WITH OUT YOU NOT A LOT OF LAUGHTER. YOU AND DON ARE PERFECTLY MATCHED. SO GET BETTER SOON. WE LOVE YOU OUT HERE IN RED SOX NATION.
PS; I’M 5 YEARS OUT FROM IT, SO I KINKDA KNOW WHERE YOUR HEAD IS NOW. DON’T THINK ABOUT TRY AND DO STUFF THAT TAKES YOU SOME OTHER PLACE.
GOD BLESS

By: Sue Kennedy
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:02
Jerry,
A note to wish you a complete recovery. Take all the time to concentrate on the job at hand. GET WELL SOON & We’ll be waiting to hear you back in the booth with Don!!!! The most important thing however, is your recovery!
A Red Sox Fan from Florida.

By: Dan in Cambridge
Thu, 07 May 2009 20:01
Jerry, please come back soon – your subs are putting me to sleep ;-). We all miss you and wish you a speedy recovery!

By: Sarah
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:58
Hey Jerry, I hope you have Wally standing on his head right now because I think you and the Red Sox could use a good “Wally Rally”. Get lots of sleep and rest. This is going to be a long season… One thing I really miss… “Beunos Noches Amigos”

By: Jane Simpson
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:56
Remdawg,
I hope that you recover fast and that treatment goes easily for you. I have brain cancer and I am very optimistic that
both of us will do fine. Red Sox nation misses you. WE miss your wit and especially your dancing! With love and a very speedy recovery!

By: Brian Morris
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:56
It truly is different without you. Get well and looking forward to hearing you soon.

By: Moe L
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:53
Gerry, the attitude you have when you broadcast games, well, keep it up, it will help you get thru your recovery. Trust me.

By: Jon Dougherty
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:53
Rem Dawg, your voice is truly missed. Living in Upstate New York, I ordered the MLB Extra Innings package to hear yours and Dons voice. Take care of yourself. You are in our hearts and prayers. GO SOX!

Jon
Syracuse, NY

By: Paul L. Barnes
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:52
Jerry, as a cancer survivor myself I wish you all the best. My entire family that lives nine hours from Boston in Northern Maine watch you all the time and to us you are MR. RED SOX. The entire family will be going to Fenway this August and we will be looking for you. Hurry back the Red Soxs, NESN, Red Sox Nation, and your fans need you. Good health friend.

By: Mom Fan
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:52
It’s just not the same watching the game without RemDawg….it’s like a piece of the game is missing. I keep waiting to hear his comments, jokes, antics…I hope he returns soon and well! Don looks and sounds lost without his partner in crime, the fill-ins just aren’t the same. I hope I can continue to watch the Red Sox, but it’s not truly entertainment without RemDawg and Don horsing around. Come back soon Jerry and healthy.

By: Chili G
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:50
Rem Dawg,
Get well soon, and have a speedy recovery….ya know Don O can’t go too long without a ‘fashion check’ …Haaaa
Seriously though, your fans down in CT are all praying for you!
Take it easy.

By: ray
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:50
Get Well Soon Remdawg the broadcasts aren’t the same withtout you. You’re in our thoughts and prayers hearing you broadcast games makes me feel like i’m back home again being a Sox fan in florida I order the mlb package just to watch the sox on nesn and hear you callin games we’ll see you back soon to help us celebrate another world series this fall!!!!!

By: Debbie Bridges
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:49
RemDog,

Please take care of yourself and get some rest. We miss you and hope to have you back very soon. You owe Red Sox nation an air guitar jam when you return.

Sincerely,
Debbie
Brunswickk Maine

By: Lynn
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:47
Hey Jerry,
Please get well. You’re the best and Red Sox Nation needs you. I’ll be praying for you. Lynn

By: Blair
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:47
Dear Jerry,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you for a speedy recovery and return to NESN. Everytime we watch our always-exciting Red Sox we’ll be thinking of you. Peace always, Blair

By: Wayne Frizzell
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:46
Jerry,

Get well soon it’s not the same without you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you deal with this tough inning of life that you are going through. The RED SOX NATION is with you!

Get well soon,

The Frizzell Family
Colebrook NH.

By: Marie
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:46
Gerry, you can’t imagine how much you are missed. You make everybody laugh and the games more enjoyable. I love it when you and Don are laughing so hard that nothing comes over the air but an occasional snort. We are praying for you and your family and for a complete recovery. Get Well Soon!!!

By: Linda Nilsen
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:46
Get well soon Jerry. You are dearly missed in my house. Even my Yankee fan husband misses you. You are the only reason he will watch a Red Sox game with me! We will pray for you along with the rest of the nation!

By: Nonie & Jazz
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:38
Jerry,
Get well soon. All of us in Red Sox nation need you back in the booth with Don and Wally. We miss you. We miss the other show – the Don and Jerry Banter show. We wish you a complete and speedy recovery.

By: Thom
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:37
Rem
from your days as a player to the booth loved your efforts.
love to hear you laugh and get all the others in the booth laughing with you.

By: brock
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:36
I cant watch the games any more its to boring without you.

By: Drew Feng
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:32
Jerry,

Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. You, Don and Heidi are truly one of the best team-ups in Boston, and you all give a great face to the city. Now that I live in Hawaii after having recently moved from the Boston area, I look forward even more to your return to the broadcasts.

Drew F.
(formerly from Walpole)

By: Chris
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:29
Jerry – My family misses hearing you and Don get into laughing jags. After a day at work I look forward to turning on NESN and laughing at the two of you and your crazy antics. It is not the same without you sitting next to Don. We wish you a speedy recovery. Looking forward to your return.

Fans from Western Mass.

By: deborah lorino
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:25
Hello Jerry.
Please get better soon. I really miss you. I know it must be hard to watch these Red Sox Games and not be there.
Get lost of rest..
How is Wally taking this? Is he resting with you? I miss both of you.

Take care and return soon.

Debbie

By: Kathy Darras
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:23
Dear Jerry,
You’re in all our thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovey! It sure isn’t the same without you, please get well and hope to have you back soon!
Miss your humor and your smile.
Love you,
Woodstock, CT
Kathy, Charlie and Nick Darras
PS(you were so nice and friendly to my stepson down in Fort myers a few years ago! Thank you!

By: Bill Mason
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:20
Jerry
As a longtime fan of yours my family wish you a full recovery. Watching the,
games this season won’t be the same without you and you knowledge of the,
game. We will also miss your humorous jokes that you and Don share wilh all of us on the air as well as with the red sox nation fans.
To a speedy recovery
Thanks for all you Do
Bill Mason

By: mary roco
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:20
Jerry it’s just not the same without you with Don. Take care and get well soon, so you can come back soon.

By: Linda
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:19
Jerry, I hope you get well soon. I send my thoughts to your family for strength to help you through
this. Come back soon, the game isn’t the same without you!

By: Susan Ross
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:17
Oh my, it’s not the same with out the Dawg. My prayers are with you and yours. Stay strong! I really want to know what you Jerry are thinking about on the Manny, OMG! Hey one more thing can’t wait to see you on the next gig, you know air guitar. Blessed be friend.

By: Anne
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:13
Jerry you will be miss dearly.Good Luck and Recover fast and come back to the sports cast booth with Don.

By: Anne
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:12
Jerry we will miss you deal and Good Luck and Recover fast and come back to the booth.

By: Faith Kayajian
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:11
Dear Jerry,

We miss you and have been very worried about you. We are so sorry to hear about your illness. You are in our prayers as you recover. You will beat this, after all you have the prayers of the entire Red Sox Nation!!!

Can’t wait to hear you and Don laughing in the booth again.

Get well soon,

Faith Kayajian
Biddeford, ME

By: LC
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:04
I miss hearing you Jerry! You and Don Orsillo are a perfect match to call the games….it isn’t the same without you. You always make me laugh every night, even when the Sox are getting crushed! Take care, get well soon!

By: #1 Red Sox fan
Thu, 07 May 2009 19:02
Jerry we are thinking of you. Please rest up. We hope you get back on NESN very soon!

By: john harvey
Thu, 07 May 2009 18:55
Jerry
Hope you recover soon. You are missed,broadcasting without you lacking without you.