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The 2013 World Series

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The 2013 World Series starts tonight in Bosotn Finway Park.

Bob Stanley’s wild pitch allowed the Mets to tie the score, setting up for arguably the most painful moment in

Red Sox history. A ground ball to first baseman Bill Buckner, who was only in the game because manager John McNamara wanted Buckner to be on the field when the Sox won the World Series, saw the ball go through his legs, allowing Ray Knight to score from second base and win the game. Babe Ruth. The team tanked in the 1919 season, the Babe was traded to the Yankees and the rest is history—decades of mediocrity, a few tastes of glory, but 86 years of championship drought.Just like in ’75, the Red Sox took a 3-0 lead into the sixth inning of Game 7, but the Mets rallied to stun the Red Sox and take the World Series; the bizarre finish to 1986 helped breathe fire into the idea of the “Curse of the Bambino.”
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