June 9, 1982

On a night that the Red Sox opened 21 new luxury boxes along the roof on Fenway’s first-base side, they engaged in the ancient and (sometimes) honorable battle with the New York Yankees. They came away winners on both fronts

Carney Lansford’s RBI single in the bottom of the 10th off George Frazier produced a 4-3 win with a roar from the masses (and some jewelry rattling in the luxury boxes)

The triumph left the Red Sox .005 behind Detroit. The boxes would be rented out for $33,000 and $37,000 per season.

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