First PMC: 1993
For three generations, the D'Angelo family has sold souvenirs
and baseball Paraphernalia outside of Fenway Park, their hearts
soaring and suffering along with those of the rest of the
Red Sox nation. This fall, D'Angelo, his wife Susan, and there
three children sat in assigned seats in the family TV room
in Weston for games 6 and 7 in the 2004 AL Championship series
against the New York Yankees. "We didn't want to leave anything
to chance," says D'Angelo, who admits to closing his eyes
a few times during the late innings. D'Angelo cherishes the
family business as he cherishes the business of family. "We
believe in family first always, and that's the way it is,"
says D'Angelo, who coaches his kids in soccer, baseball, and
basketball. "I wouldn't trade our lives with anyone in the
"Are you kidding me?"
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