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Fri Mar 21 17:08:16 2014 UTClccn-n790661600.00Reversing the curse stories of faith from the 2004 season /0.181.00Music from the mound263703629n 79066160299063Boston Americans (Baseball team)Boston Americans (baseballový tým)Boston. 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Each game of this treasured set was selected by the Red Sox Nation itself, and the six remarkable games are spectacular342ocn057424629book20020.06Fenway Park from A to ZJuvenile worksAn alphabet book with each letter representing something about Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox or baseball. Illustrations are by various Red Sox wives221ocn864196286visu20130.08Boston Red Sox 2013 World Series ChampionsDon't miss the greatest moments of the 2013 World Series. Catch the highlights of all of the games, interviews and classic moments from baseball's biggest stage211ocn057655534book20040.06Fenway Park 1, 2, 3Juvenile worksA counting book with each number representing something about Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox or baseball. Illustrations are by various Red Sox wives191ocn017206198visu19870.19Forever Fenway 75 years of Red Sox baseballHistoryFenway Park, opened on April 20, 1912, is the storied home of the Boston Red Sox, created in 1901. The Sox were a power early in the century, winning World Series titles in 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, and 1918, and Fenway played host to numerous legendary players. Today, Fenway boasts the oldest hand-operated scoreboard in the majors, located in the Green Monster (the common name for the 37 ft. high left field wall). Combining historic photographs, newsreel footage, and film clips with reminiscences by former players, managers, journalists, and fans, this film presents the history of one of the most famous of baseball's 'green cathedrals.'151ocn779626684book20110.24Fenway Park : 100 years : the official, definitive history of America's most beloved ballparkHistoryPictorial works121ocn864323391visu20130.15Boston Red Sox 2013 World Series : collector's editionHistoryBiographyHere is every inning, play, and heart-stopping moment of the 2013 World Series. Includes each definitive 2013 World Series game is presented in its entirety, preserving the complete, unedited footage of every World Series game and key postseason games plus game 6 of the ALDS and ALCS122ocn057182662serial0.24Boston Red Sox media guidePeriodicals81ocn052137923visu20000.28Fabulous Fenway America's legendary ballparkThe story of the team and players that have called Fenway Park home since 191252ocn184955222rcrd20071.00Music from the mound51ocn053975072book20010.10Crowding the plate : favorite recipes of the Boston Red SoxMiscellanea41ocn225110859visu20050.22Queer eye for the Red SoxReality television programsReality TV show Queer eye for the straight guy from the USA. Five homosexuals (aka as the 'Fab 5') make-over the heterosexual Red Sox baseball team, deconstructing their current lifestyle and setting out to improve their fashion sense, grooming, home-design, wining and dining and culture to 'build better straight guys'. The Fab 5 team consists of Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, Carson Kressley and Jai Rodriguez41ocn071332409serial0.92Maple Street Press ... Red Sox annualHistoryPeriodicalsPictorial works42ocn213352761serial0.96Red Sox magazinePeriodicals31ocn176917757book20070.47Red Sox coloring and activity book+-+657235424521ocn071816326book19900.47Batter up21ocn191060867visu2005Reversing the curse stories of faith from the 2004 seasonHistoryDramaRecords (Sports)When the Red Sox won their first World Series since 1918, the supposed curse was finally reversed. Now, the "Reversing the Curse" DVD tells the exciting story of how the team accomplished their history making comeback against the Yankees, went on to win the World Series, and the inside stories of the players that made these events possible. Get behind the scenes and hear from Curt Schilling, Trot Nixon, Bill Mueller, Tim Wakefield, Mike Timlin, and others as they talk about how their faith has influence their lives both on and off the field21ocn796936747book2012Fenway Park : "it never gets old" : official tour bookTours11ocn230826015visu2008The Boston Red Sox essential games of Fenway ParkHistorySpans five decades of promise, heart-ache, jubilation, and Boston baseball, and salutes the legends that defined Red Sox history. Each game of this treasured set was selected by the Red Sox Nation itself, and the six remarkable games are spectacular11ocn456095654visu19540.47Baseball in Boston an inside storyHistory22729ocn051826186book20030.18Halberstam, DavidThe teammatesHistoryBiographyTed Williams, Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, and Johnny Pesky were all members of the famed 1940's Boston Red Sox. Halberstam, the bestselling author of "Summer of '49, " has followed the members of the team and reveals how these four became friends, and how that friendship thrived for more than 60 years+-+K205586596217311ocn019125292book19890.19Halberstam, DavidSummer of '49HistoryBiography"A journey through the 1949 pennant race, in which two legendary rivals, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, battled down to a winner-take-all final game of the season"--p. [2] of dust jacket+-+202562538516419ocn060805700visu20050.08Fever pitchDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsAccording to Red Sox super-fan, Ben Wrightman, finding romance is about as likely as his beloved team winning the World Series. But when Ben scores a beautiful new girlfriend, suddenly anything is possible15842ocn043475545file19980.29Kaiser, David EEpic season the 1948 American League pennant raceHistory"In a year in which no team ever led the league by as many as four games, these three teams, [the Cleveland Indians, the Boston Red Sox, and the New York Yankees], eventually found themselves in a tie with just nine days to go, and the season had to be extended to decide the race."--Cover+-+019649300614086ocn057002827book20040.17O'Nan, StewartFaithful : two diehard Boston Red Sox fans chronicle the historic 2004 seasonHistoryA chronicle of the Boston Red Sox' 2004 baseball season features a running diary of observations, arguments, play analyses, and controversial management decisions, as recorded by a pair of best-selling horror writers and diehard Red Sox fans+-+97021789259603ocn068800445book20060.18Mnookin, SethFeeding the monster : how money, smarts, and nerve took a team to the topHistoryWhen the Boston Red Sox won the World Series in 2004, their stunning comeback against the New York Yankees and their four-game annihilation of the St. Louis Cardinals capped one of the most thrilling postseason runs ever. The World Series victory--Boston's first in 86 years--came less than three years after John Henry and Tom Werner bought the team and forever changed the way the Red Sox operated on and off the field. Seth Mnookin was given access never before granted to a reporter in the history of organized sports. He had a key to Fenway Park and a desk in the team's front office. The resulting narrative reveals how a savvy sports organization tries to stay on top while under the relentless scrutiny of the country's most voracious sportswriters and baseball's most demanding fans.--From publisher description+-+57313789259204ocn041488799book20000.06Tavares, MattZachary's ballJuvenile worksFictionBaseball storiesDad takes Zachary to his first Boston Red Sox game where they catch a ball and something magical happens+-+95825181258873ocn054455042book20040.15Mosher, Howard FrankWaiting for Teddy WilliamsFictionBaseball storiesDomestic fictionOn the eighth birthday of Ethan "E.A". Allen, who lives with his mother and Gran in a Vermont town decades behind the rest of New England, a drifter named Teddy comes into their world, teaching E.A. how to play ball and the secrets of baseball+-+77724636158544ocn053086959file20030.25Hornig, DougThe boys of October how the 1975 Boston Red Sox embodied baseball's ideals and restored our spiritsHistoryA Boston Red Sox fan blends interviews with members of the 1975 Red Sox team, a play-by-play of the most memorable moments of the series, and a memoir of his relationship with his uncle to look back at the seven-game series believed by many to be the greatest ever played+-+15417962558343ocn085898960book20070.16Ortiz, DavidBig Papi : my story of big dreams and big hitsBiographyOrtiz is a hero to many. Raised in the Dominican Republic, signed by the Seattle Mariners, and released by the Minnesota Twins, David Ortiz landed in baseball-crazy Boston. Generally regarded as an underachiever up to that point in his career, Ortiz blossomed into one of the most feared and adored sluggers in baseball while altering the course of the game's history by helping Boston win its first World Series in eighty-six years, breaking the infamous "Curse of the Bambino." Along the way, Ortiz established his place as a truly Ruthian figure in the annals of our national pastime: an imposing figure in the batter's box, yet an endearing man to the young, particularly in his native Dominican Republic, where he has focused his charitable efforts on improving the health of children.--From publisher description+-+28811876858241ocn173661376file20070.33Felber, BillA game of brawl the Orioles, the Beaneaters, and the battle for the 1897 pennantHistoryFeatures the 1897 pennant race between the vaunted 'dirty' Baltimore club, and the comparatively saintly Boston Beaneaters8093ocn043475829file19990.28Nowlin, BillFenway savedHistory+-+05757383067835ocn057241476file20030.12Adelman, TomThe long ball the summer of '75 -- Spaceman, Catfish, Charlie Hustle, and the greatest World Series ever playedA dynamic re-telling of baseball's thrilling 1975 season7142ocn042855027file19970.24Keene, KerryThe Babe in red stockings an in-depth chronicle of Babe Ruth with the Boston Red Sox, 1914-1919HistoryBiography+-+47662162067053ocn755812065book20120.06Tavares, MattThere goes Ted Williams : the greatest hitter who ever livedHistoryJuvenile worksBiography"Ted Williams, the legendary Red Sox slugger, lived a life full of dedication and passion. From his days as a young kid playing ball in North Park to his unmatched .406 season in 1941 to his stints as a fighter pilot in World War II and Korea, the story of Teddy Ballgame is the story of an American hero."--P. 2 of cover6882ocn027034627book19930.17Linn, EdwardHitter : the life and turmoils of Ted WilliamsHistoryBiographyBiography of baseball player Ted Williams detailing his life and career+-+85568460656535ocn177820249file20080.35Borer, Michael IanFaithful to Fenway : believing in Boston, baseball, and America's most beloved ballparkRead the review at MLB.com. The Green Monster. Pesky's Pole. The Lone Red Seat. Yawkey Way. To baseball fans this list of bizarre phrases evokes only one place: Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Built in 1912, Fenway Park is Americas oldest major league ballpark still in use. In Faithful to Fenway, Michael Ian Borer takes us out to Fenway where we sit in cramped wooden seats (often with obstructed views of the playing field), where there is a hand-operated scoreboard and an average attendance of 20,000 fewer fans than most stadiums, and where every game has been sold out since May of 2+-+51244296356374ocn058566740book20050.15Damon, JohnnyIdiot : beating "The Curse" and enjoying the game of lifeBiographyThe post-season leadoff hitter for the 2004 Boston Red Sox describes growing up and his life in baseball, and provides a personal account of the 2004 championship season+-+K8128725856353ocn232001885book20090.06Baggott, JuliannaThe Prince of Fenway ParkJuvenile worksFictionIn the fall of 2004, twelve-year-old Oscar Egg is sent to live with his father in a strange netherworld under Boston's Fenway Park, where he joins the fairies, pooka, banshee, and other beings that are trapped there, waiting for someone to break the eighty-six-year-old curse that has prevented the Boston Red Sox from winning a World Series+-+K7972351556192ocn050622165book20030.24Masur, Louis PAutumn glory : baseball's first World SeriesHistory"A postseason series of games to establish supremacy in the major leagues was not inevitable in the baseball world. But in 1903 the owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates (in the well-established National League) challenged the Boston Americans (in the upstart American League) to a play off, which he was sure his team would win. They didn't - and that wasn't the only surprise during what became the first World Series. In Autumn Glory, Louis P. Masur tells the riveting story of two agonizing weeks in which the stars blew it, unknown players stole the show, hysterical fans got into the act, and umpires had to hold on for dear life." "Before and even during the 1903 season, it had seemed that baseball might succumb to the forces that had been splintering the sport for decades: owners' greed, players' rowdyism, fans' unrest. Yet baseball prevailed, and Masur tells the dramatic story of how it did so, in a country preoccupied with labor strife and big-business ruthlessness, and anxious about the welfare of those crowding into cities such as Pittsburgh and Boston (which in themselves offered competing versions of the American dream). His colorful history of how the first World Series consolidated baseball's hold on the American imagination makes us see what one sportswriter meant when he wrote at the time, "Baseball is the melting pot at a boil, the most democratic sport in the world." All in all, Masur believes, it still is."--BOOK JACKET+-+6812754535+-+6572354245+-+6572354245Fri Mar 21 15:42:12 EDT 2014batch41794