By Jim Prime
The season had greater than its proportion of the funny, the poignant, and the downright bizarre. because of an unconventional and irreverentbut effectiveapproach to the sport, the underdog 2004 pink Sox captured the mind's eye of recent England and the full country. of their quixotic quest, they defied an historic curse and slew the hated Yankees en path to the October vintage and a gathering with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Amazing stories from the 2004 Boston crimson Sox Dugout is a private and casual examine the 1st pink Sox workforce to win a global sequence championship in 86 problematical years. just like the group itself, it really is quirky; but additionally just like the staff, it's a winner.
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