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ScoreBig wants you to save on every Red Sox Ticket this season. So here’s a big “save” you might remember from the not-so-distant past: It’s a chilly October night in Boston at Fenway Park. Game 6 of the World Series, bottom of the 12th. Red Sox catcher Carlton Fisk steps to the plate. He connects with the second pitch, and it’s a deep drive down the left-field line. He begins waving the ball fair. If it stays fair, the Red Sox win the game.
This, of course, is Fisk’s walk-off home run in the 1975 World Series at Fenway Park. Although his team would ultimately lose the series, that dramatic, game-winning feat has come to define the ball-club’s near-logic-defying ability to win games. Pinch-runner Dave Roberts’ stolen base (simply, “The Steal”) in the 9th inning of Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS against the New York Yankees. David Ortiz’s game-tying grand-slam in Game 2 of the 2013 ALCS versus the formidable Detroit Tigers. The list goes on and on.
Simply put, the Red Sox make the impossible happen at Fenway Park.
Since opening in 1912, Fenway Park has played host to two of the five Red Sox titles, including their last of the century in 1918 (the club would often play at the larger Braves Field, too). And while it took 86 years to win their next championship, the Sox have made the most of the 2000s, winning more titles -- 2004, 2007, and 2013 -- than any other ball club in the MLB (the New York Yankees have two, as do the St. Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants). As reigning World Champions, the Red Sox are once again battling for supremacy. Superstars Dustin Pedroia and David Ortiz are leading the charge; but so far, the story’s been the emergence of über-talented youngsters like infielder Xander Bogaerts (who nabbed a championship last year); and pitching prospect Rubby De La Rosa, who won his major-league debut.
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