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1975 Red Sox: American League Champions

1975 Red Sox

American League Champions

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ISBN10: 1467123137 ISBN13: 9781467123136 Contributors: Lynn, Fred (Foreword) Publisher: Arcadia Pub Published: Jun 22 2015 Pages: 127 Weight: 0.70lbs. Height: 9.50" Width: 6.75" Depth: 0.50" Language: English

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The 1975 American League Champion Boston Red Sox squared off with the Cincinnati Reds in what is widely recognized as one of the best World Series ever played. The Major League Baseball Network has named its sixth game "the greatest game ever played." The Red Sox were led by two rookies, 21-year-old Jim Rice and 22-year-old Fred Lynn, who formed a rookie duo the likes of which baseball had never seen. They combined with a budding superstar in Carlton Fisk and his aging counterpart Carl Yastrzemski to lead the Red Sox attack, while a wily Luis Tiant anchored the pitching staff. After a first-round sweep of the three-time World Champion Oakland A's, they advanced to a Fall Classic that echoes through the ages, and in the words of Carlton Fisk, the Red Sox won "three games to four.

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