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June 18, 1979

June 18, 1979 Leaving Chicago mystified by a left-hander named Ken Kravec, the Red Sox looked forward to a seven-game homestand that would begin with the Detroit Tigers. Spending part of seven seasons in the big leagues, Kravec’s career was ...

Red Sox rally

Fisk sparks win over the Angels  Carlton Fisk had been on the disabled from early in spring training through a good chunk of the season. But when he returned to active duty, his bat showed the kind of pop last ...

June 14, 1964

  June 14, 1964 Tony Conigliaro had a way of stealing the spotlight, particularly in the early years of his tragically shortened career. As Earl Wilson won his fifth straight decision, stopping the Baltimore Orioles on five hits in a ...

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