RAW Strength and Beards In the World Series

Posted by: Garden of Life on Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Scott Cacciola of the New York Times said, “The Red Sox have done two things exceptionally well this season: play baseball and grow beards.”

photo from Sports Illustrated

Well, we know one thing that might have helped the Red Sox do both:  RAW Meal!

Team trainers contacted Garden of Life at the beginning of the season to start some players on Raw Meal as part of their nutritional routine.  The benefits of Raw Meal and its 13 RAW organic sprouts, four RAW organic cereal grass juices, five RAW organic fruits, spirulina and chlorella have put some power behind their bats propelling them into the post season and the pep in their steps during their recent American League Championship. 

photo from redsox.com

Starting tonight at 7:30pm EST you can watch a rematch of the 2004 World Series where the Boston Red Sox will meet the St. Louis Cardinals in Fenway Park to start the World Series. 


Watching paint dry isn't so boring under these circumstances!  photo from redsox.com

This Red Sox fan will be ready to repeat 2004!


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