Red Sox Fans

June 22, 1963

Lots of heroics in a 7-4 Red Sox win over the New York Yankees:

Gary Geiger had a triple and a home run.

Frank Malzone had a double and a home run.

Carl Yastrzemski had a single and a triple.

It all happened one of the Yankees’ heroes in the 1962 World Series, Ralph Terry.

Bill Monbouquette gave up two runs in the first, then allowed one single and one base on balls through the ensuing 24 batters.

Dick Radatz came on after Elston Howard’s single to open the ninth and needed just seven pitches to dispose of Hector Lopez, Clete Boyer and Johnny Blanchard.

And 31,120 left Fenway Park having received their money’s worth – except for any Yankee fans spending their Friday evening at the lyric little bandbox.

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