June 5, 1994

June 5, 1994 Mo Vaughn was never shy about taking responsibility when the Red Sox struggled. That almost balanced the scales, since Vaughn wasn’t shy about snatching his share of the credit when the ballclub did well. Vaughn had plenty to gloat about on May 4. The Red Sox were 20-7 and in first place in the American League East. By June 5, the Red Sox were coming off a 10-4 loss against the Mariners, despite Vaughn’s two home runs. It took no great analysis to evaluate the problem: One day earlier, the Mariners pounded the Red Sox, 13-2. When ...

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