Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox is a professional baseball club headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. The Red Sox is a Major League Baseball team that plays in the American League East division. The Red Sox, founded in 1901 as one of the American League’s eight original clubs, has called Fenway Park home since 1912.

The moniker “Red Sox” was adopted by club owner John I. Taylor in 1908. Their most recent World Series appearance and victory took place in 2018. Furthermore, they won the American League pennant in 1904 but were unable to defend their 1903 World Series title because the New York Giants declined to play in the 1904 World Series.

The Red Sox dominated the new league, defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates in the inaugural World Series in 1903 and going on to win four more titles by 1918. However, they subsequently went on to endure one of baseball’s longest championship droughts.

Over the years, Red Sox supporters have tried a variety of techniques to exorcise their infamous curse. These included planting a Boston cap on Mount Everest and burning a Yankees cap at its base camp, as well as discovering Ruth’s piano, which he allegedly tossed into a pond near his Sudbury, Massachusetts farm, Home Plate Farm.

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