Category:Boston Red Sox
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The Boston Red Sox began in 1901 in the American League. Early in the century, the Red Sox won World Series titles in 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, and 1918. They won another AL pennant in 1904, but the World Series was not played that year. The Red Sox got back to the World Series in 1946, but lost in 7 games. They returned in 1967, 1975, and 1986 but lost them all, all in 7 games. In 1978, The Red Sox blew a double digit lead in the AL East and lost a one game playoff to the Yankees due to Bucky Dent's home run. The Red Sox lost the ALCS in 1988, 1990, 1999, and 2003, the most recent two to the Yankees. In 2004, the Ynakees took a three games to none lead over the Red Sox. However, the Red Sox came back to tie game four off of Yankee closer Mariano Rivera. David Ortiz would hit a home run to win game 4 and single to win Game 5. Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, who had a severe ankle injury was able to win Game 6. The Red Sox would then beat the Yankees in game 7 to win the ALCS. The Red Sox then swept the Cardinals in the World Series to win their first World Championship since 1918.
Pages in category "Boston Red Sox"
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