Very few teams in major league baseball have the history of success that the Boston Red Sox have enjoyed. From the early years with Hall of Famers like Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski to modern greats like Wade Boggs, Roger Clemens, and David "Big Papi" Ortiz, this is a team that has fielded greats in every generation. When you add in the fact that arguably the only team with a greater history is their hated rivals, the New York Yankees, and you can see why the rivalry gets so heated!
One Of The True Originals
The Boston Red Sox have a long and proud history and were in fact one of the eight charter franchises that made up the original American League all the way back in 1901. They have appeared in 12 World Series and won 8. Not too shabby.
The Curse Of The Bambino
Not every decade was roses and happiness. While the Red Sox were dominant in their first two decades they traded an all star pitcher, Herman Ruth, to the New York Yankees. He switched to full time offense and Herman "Babe" Ruth would prove to be one of the greatest baseball players who ever lived, leading the Yankees to seemingly permanent dominance while the Sox would then go on one of the longest World Series droughts in baseball history.
You can't accuse Red Sox fans of being fair weather. They were there in the beginning of the 20th century, they stayed fiercely loyal even after the "Curse of the Bambino," and the fans were there in droves through heart breaking losses until, 86 years after the ill-fated trade, they finally won another World Series.
Whether you're looking for tickets or official memorabilia, you'll need to move fast to get your piece of this incredible franchise's history.
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