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Tom Higgins and his 7yr old son Sean Thomas who is a third generation Bosox fan, waited in line for a half hour at the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame to get their picture taken with the defending champions' trophy.
While the Cubs remain America's most lovable losers--a distinction they co-held with the Boston Red Sox seemingly forever prior to the Fens ending their 86-year-long misery (dating to 1918) with a world's championship in 2004 (to be followed by another in 2007)--the Chisox, too, present an intriguing case study, especially since their plight was much less publicized than either that of the Cubbies or Bosox.
A Seventh Boston Red Sox World Championship: The contention of some BoSox fans is that the team deserved the vacated 1904 championship because the New York Giants, representing the National League, refused to play and thus should have forfeited the title to the AL champs, the Red Sox.
com, announced today that it has launched a community channel that allows Yankees and BoSox fans the ability to lend mobile support for their hometown team on the eve of the American League Championship series.
HE: Yankee fans uptight about early flubs as Bosox boosters gloat.
Yet in his last 10 starts, has averaged 7 innings while facing the likes of Oakland, Toronto, Detroit, and the Bosox, and Chisox.
Bosox games on the radio on a hot summer night are part of the soundtrack of summer, a line that yours truly can't take credit for, although I can't recall when I heard it or read it.
run that saw the Junior Circuit embarrass its older brethren with October sweeps by the Boston Red Sox in 2004 (their first championship in 86 years; ironically enough, over the Redbirds, avenging seven-game setbacks to the Cards in 1946 and '67), the Chicago White Sox (their first championship in 88 years), and the Bosox again in 2007 (giving the Bostonians two titles in three years for the first time since 1916 and' 18).
ONE-TIME Boston Red Sox shortstop Nomar Garciaparra is now a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers, joining another BoSox alum, third baseman Bill Mueller, who signed with the team last week.
Nearly a thousand enthusiastic Bosox fans turned out to meet and greet slugging first baseman Brian Daubach, slick young right fielder Trot Nixon, and ace relief pitcher Derek Lowe at the Rotman's Furniture store in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Late member of the BoSox Club and longtime Boston Red Sox season ticket holder.