The Red Sox Encyclopedia

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Sports Pub, Jun 1, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 320 pages
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The Red Sox Encyclopedia is the definitive reference book on the proud history of one of Major League Baseball's oldest and most storied franchises. Notwithstanding the infamous "Curse of the Bambino, " the Red Sox story is a matter of pride and achievement, and of pleasure and excitement. The entire 20th century of Red Sox baseball, including details about Boston's exciting playoff team of 1999, is thoroughly reviewed. Highlights of the book include a complete description of the greatest games, a chronology of the franchise's memorable events, biographies of more than 300 of Boston's all-star players, a complete statistical review, and nearly 300 photos of Red Sox legends and magic moments. The second edition of The Red Sox Encyclopedia will be a valuable edition to baseball fans' reference library, especially those in New England.

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