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    FRANCONA: The Boston Red Sox Years Terry Francona, who managed the Cleveland Indians to within one game of winning the 2016 World Series, left his mark on Major League Baseball when he led the Boston Red Sox to the championship in 2004, in his first season as manager. The Red Sox broke an 86-year drought and the curse of Babe Ruth, with an improbable comeback in the American League Championship Series. The team rallied from a 3-0 deficit in the best-of-seven series with their hated rival, the New York Yankees. Baseball purist are people that love everything about the game but are not often ones who can or choose to sit down and read a book about a manager and his team. However, “Francona” is a completely different concept. Baseball purist often…

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    was ending, the Spanish flu became a pandemic, and the Boston Red Sox won the World Series. The last event would not occur for another 86 years until 2004 when the Boston Red Sox emerged victorious. II. The 2004 Boston Red Sox season was a magical rollercoaster ride that had all the thrills of a Hollywood blockbuster. In the end, it culminated in sweet victory for the long suffering fans of one of baseball’s most historic franchises as they ended the infamous curse of the Bambino. Winning this…

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    Woodrow Wilson was president, World War 1 was ending, the Spanish flu became a pandemic, and the Boston Red Sox won the World Series. The last event would not occur for another 86 years until 2004 when the Boston Red Sox emerged victorious. II. The 2004 Boston Red Sox season was a magical rollercoaster ride that had all the thrills of Hollywood blockbuster. In the end it culminated in sweet victory for the long suffering fans of one of baseball’s most historic franchises as they ended the…

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    Boston Red Ortiz Thesis

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    The Boston Red Sox began the process of saying goodbye to one of the most iconic Massachusetts’s player of all time at his final regular season game. 19 years after making his Major League Baseball debut, David Ortiz’s time as a MLB player is coming down to its final days. Since the Red Sox clinched the American League East, there is still time to see one of the best offensive player play out his magic during the 2016 postseason. Prior to Sunday’s game, the Red Sox honored Ortiz with an…

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    Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox Baseball team, where you can eat your foods, and where the greatest fans meet to watch a game. Fenway Park, is the stadium of the Boston Red Sox. It is the oldest baseball stadium in the country. When I first approach Fenway, it look to be a row of food shops and vendors, Inside it is a regular baseball field like any other, except for the Green Monster, a massive wall in left field, that stands a little over thirty seven feet high and two hundred thirty…

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    The Boston Red Sox is the team that everyone loves to hate, unless you live in Boston, of course. Don’t take it personally, Boston- your team is just too darn good! Despite any personal predilections about these MLB tyrants, er, champions, we are here to present all of the surprising fan facts that you will definitely want to know! Number Eight: The Unlucky Red Seat In the Boston Red Sox’s iconic home field, Fenway Park, a single, red seat sits among the others in Section 42 of the bleachers.…

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    Crack! The sound of the baseball hitting the bat and the sound of fans cheering the Red Sox on Sunday Night Baseball are wonderful sounds at a ball game. The smell of Popcorn and Cracker Jacks fills the air of Fenway Park. This is all great at any baseball game, but it’s most enjoyed when you're with a person you love. This all happened when I went on a trip to Boston, Massachusetts with my dad for his birthday. This experience started in Spotsylvania,Virginia where we were giving my dad…

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    1994 No World Series is held due to a Player’s Strike. 1994 strike most embarrassing moment in MLB history. ... It was the 1994 Major League Baseball strike. Twenty years ago Tuesday, baseball came to a screeching halt and didn't return for 232 days. The strike canceled the rest of the 1994 season, and for the first time since 1904, even the World Series 1997 To honor Jackie Robinson, his number “42” is retired from all major and minor league teams. April 15, 1997: The magnificent night at New…

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    Moving from Boston, MA to Mooresville, NC can be quiet a culture shock. Especially if you move here after spending twenty years up north. Being in the north is everything is fast paced no one talks to each other unless you know them. We are fiercely protective of our own. We have a great love for pro sport teams. The south is vastly different. People talk to everyone. Not too many people who live here are from here. College teams rain supreme. The differences between the south and the north are…

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    Clutch In Sports

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    In the 2004 American League Championship Series, the Boston Red Sox faced off against their most hated rivals, the New York Yankees. The Red Sox were already in the midst of an 86-year World Series drought known as “The Curse of the Bambino.” 2004 was the closest Boston had come to winning a World Series title since the infamous Bill Buckner error in 1986. Red Sox fans had believed all year long that this was THE year. However, after being down 3 games to none in the series, the Red Sox faced…

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