Es war bislang eine Saison der Superlative für die Boston Red Sox. 108 Spiele gewonnen - in der 118-jährigen Geschichte des amerikanischen Profi-Baseballs haben nur die Seattle Mariners mehr Partien gewonnen (116 in der Saison 2001). Mit Chris Sale und David Price zwei Pitcher, die zu den Besten der Liga zählen. Es wäre ein Skandal, wenn Outfielder Mookie Betts nicht "wertvollster Spieler" (most valuable Player - MVP) der American League werden würde. Und nur Oaklands Khris Davis hat mehr Homeruns geschlagen als Bostons J.D. Martinez. Nicht zu vergessen, der Mann im Dugout: Trainer Alex Cora arbeitet in seinem ersten Jahr als Chef.
The Pro Shop is a good experience for the average sports fan, especially for people who like the Bruins, Celtics, etc. It has lots of cool stuff and I would highly recommend the store. I have been in a number of times and never experienced (jerks) as Jessica calls them. The employees have always been helpful and friendly. So please give it a shot , you'll find the pro shop to be an inviting place.

1975 – In der World Series 1975 trafen die Red Sox auf die Cincinnati Reds, deren damaliger Spitzname „The Big Red Machine“ ihre Erfolge der 1970er Jahre unterstreicht. Luis Tiant gewann die Spiele 1 und 4, aber nach fünf Spielen lagen die Red Sox mit 2 zu 3 Spielen zurück. Es folgte Spiel 6 in Boston, ein Spiel, das als eines der größten, wenn nicht das größte Spiel der Baseball-Playoff-Geschichte gilt. Ein 3:6-Rückstand wurde durch einen Drei-Punkte-Home Run von Bernie Carbo im 8. Inning ausgeglichen. Am Ende des 12. Innings schlug Carlton Fisk einen langen Ball in Richtung des Leftfield-Pfostens über dem Green Monster. Carlton Fisk winkte mit den Armen, als könne er den Ball so auf die richtige Seite des Pfostens lenken. Der Ball landete auf der Spielfeldseite des Pfostens und sicherte den Red Sox den 7:6-Sieg. Die Red Sox verloren aber Spiel 7 in Boston am 22. Oktober vor 35.205 Zuschauern trotz eines frühen 3:0-Vorsprungs mit 3:4 und verpassten erneut den Gewinn der World Series.
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Came in the other day just to check out the store as I had time to kill in the area. Place seemed pretty clean, everything seemed in order and there wasn't any clutter. Store seemed short staffed as there seemed to be only one guy on the floor and one girl at the register. The guy on the floor, Tom, was really helpful and friendly. Ended up walking away with some good clearance items!
Came in the other day just to check out the store as I had time to kill in the area. Place seemed pretty clean, everything seemed in order and there wasn't any clutter. Store seemed short staffed as there seemed to be only one guy on the floor and one girl at the register. The guy on the floor, Tom, was really helpful and friendly. Ended up walking away with some good clearance items!
A huge upgrade from the old ProShop if you're a Boston fan or Boston resident. The old one used to be a very small, very tight shop in the North Station commuter rail terminal (I still sort of miss it). The new location may be hard to find for some - it is located upstairs on the 2nd floor. You can take the elevators up then take a left when you get off or take the open escalators (on the side that the bar restaurant is on). Parking can be difficult around the area, but it is obviously train accessible (being at a commuter rail and MBTA stop).
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