Back in the old days, people alleged a curse kept the Boston Red Sox from ever winning a World Series after World War I. Just days before the Bosox conquered all with their 2004 World Series sweep of the Cardinals, this show painfully reminded us that there were some New Englanders who had given up. a. From 1967: Woodie tells of the Bosox coming back to beat the Angels at Fenway, before 34,193 fans. b. From Oct. 1, 1967: Woodie explains how the Red Sox won the pennant on the last day of the season. c. From Oct, 5. 1967: Jim Lonborg gives hope for the Bosox with a one-hitter. d. From Oct, 9. 1967: Jim Lonborg gives hope for the Bosox with the must-win that cuts the Cardinals' World Series lead to three games to two. e. From Oct, 11. 1967: The Sox pull to tie the World Series, but… f. From Oct. 12, 1967: The World Series ends, and no one on the Sox can beat the Cardinals' ace, Bob Gibson. g. From spring 1968: Carl Yastrzemski is followed around during the Sox' Winter Haven, Florida training camp. h. From 1972: Burned Boston feels that first dangerous dosage of sports radio. The talking heads on Sports Huddle lambaste Bill Russell's number-retirement and Major League Baseball's reserve clause.moreless
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