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BOSTON RED SOX
April 15, 1957
The Boston Red Sox are New England's pride and despair. Annually hope rises that this year the Sox will finally unseat those top-dog New York Yankees, and annually there is frustration. But, even so, hope rides high again on such as Ted Williams, Jim Piersail, Tom Brewer and a dozen bright young men
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April 15, 1957

Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox are New England's pride and despair. Annually hope rises that this year the Sox will finally unseat those top-dog New York Yankees, and annually there is frustration. But, even so, hope rides high again on such as Ted Williams, Jim Piersail, Tom Brewer and a dozen bright young men

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Subway from nearby Kenmore Square station connects with all parts of Greater Boston, as well as to all New England via railroad, bus or airplane. It's easy to drive to Fenway area anal there's supposed to be parking space for 8,500 cars in vicinity, but don't rely on it; parking ranges from 25� to $1. Leaving park area after game can be difficult. Taxis are comparatively few, and if it is day game, downtown working crowd heading for home invariably clogs way.

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