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Today is Red Sox Liberation Day

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  • Today is Red Sox Liberation Day

    Please forgive me, you Red Sox haters, but today is a day in history which cannot pass without notice.

    For it was five years ago today that the Boston Red Sox put to rest the famous "Curse of the Bambino" and won their first World Series in nearly 90 years.

    It is still an event which will live in my mind forever, starting with the miracle comback against the Yankees.

    Even more so, as I look back at it, I will always think of my childhood friends, who loved the Sox as much as I did, and who died long before that magical day; and never got to enjoy that singular moment.

    (I now step down from my soapbox and return the discussion to other more pertinent things).

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    Re: Today is Red Sox Liberation Day

    Some day perhaps I will be able to celebrate the same such moment for the Chicago Cubs.
    BarbaraAnn

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