11:07 AM EDT 11/25/2013
Originally posted 11/22/2013 08:00PM
On Oct. 30, the Red Sox clinched their third World Series win in a decade – and David Ortiz was there for all of them.
"I can't even describe that feeling … every time it's different but at the end of the day it's the same. You start getting goosebumps and butterflies in your stomach," the MVP, 38, tells PEOPLE. "Winning at home this time, I looked around and [realized] I'd never seen Fenway so crowded. It was an unbelievable experience."
After a lackluster previous season, the Red Sox hoped to come back stronger in 2013. But a week and a half after opening day, the Boston Marathon bombers struck the city.
Originally posted 11/05/2013 07:00PM
As you may be aware, the Boston Red Sox won the team's third World Series title in 10 years. The Red Sox clinched a 4-2 victory in the Series, after a 6-1 defeat of the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 on Thursday.
However, as you may not be aware, "We've got a lot of Sox fans here," according to President Barack Obama. By "here," he means The White House – he called Red Sox manager John Farrell on Monday to congratulate him on his team's victory.
Originally posted 10/25/2013 12:00PM
Soulful music legend James Taylor could probably soothe plenty of folks simply by vocalizing the phone book.
But the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer got off to a bumpy public start Thursday night when he took on the national anthem while opening Game 2 of the World Series at Boston's Fenway Park.
Instead of launching into "The Star Spangled Banner," Taylor inadvertently started singing the lyrics to "America the Beautiful" before getting back on track and belting out the national anthem.
Originally posted 10/24/2013 10:45AM
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Originally posted 10/27/2005 08:00AM
There's jubilation in the Windy City: The Chicago White Sox beat the Houston Astros 1-0 Wednesday night to win their first World Series title in 88 years.
Originally posted 10/28/2004 09:00AM
DE-CURSED: Ben Affleck, rejoice. After an 86-year drought, the Boston Red Sox won the fourth game of the 2004 World Series against the outmatched St. Louis Cardinals to sweep the series 4-0 and become world champions for the first time since 1918. The win finally ends "The Curse of the Bambino," which has plagued the team ever since it sent Babe Ruth to the Yankees. Shaggy-haired Johnny Damon hit a lead-off home run to take an early lead Wednesday at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, and Derek Lowe pitched seven scoreless innings against the Cardinals. "This is for Boston. I love you guys," series MVP Manny Ramirez said. "We're just a bunch of idiots who go out there and have fun. I'm going to Disney World."
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