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FUNNY KIND OF A RACE
William Leggett
September 25, 1972
The attendance is laughable and occasionally the play is, but the brawl among Boston, Baltimore, Detroit and New York for the American League East is the gaudiest ever to disinflame the fans
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September 25, 1972

Funny Kind Of A Race

The attendance is laughable and occasionally the play is, but the brawl among Boston, Baltimore, Detroit and New York for the American League East is the gaudiest ever to disinflame the fans

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Now Fisk and his friends have a real chore coming up. Boston ends its season on the road with three games in Baltimore followed by three more in Detroit. Historically, the Red Sox are the American League's worst road team, mostly because they have been molded to take advantage of The Wall. The season's last week may even be enough to make the fans lose their glassy stares and climb a few walls of their own.

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