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 October 5, 2003
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Sox survive!
BOSTON -- With the Red Sox four outs from another postseason failure, David Ortiz snapped out of his slump and saved their season. Hitless in his first 16 at-bats of the series, Ortiz lined a two-run
A's self-destruct, give Red Sox new life in series
BOSTON -- Three errors in one inning. Two bizarre plays at the plate in another. Two obstruction calls in the game and -- perhaps the weirdest thing of all -- a perfect performance from the Boston bullpen.
Red Sox fail to score in key situations
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Things have become so desperate for Boston's loaded lineup, David Ortiz is giving Manny Ramirez hitting advice. Understand, Ortiz is 0-for-9 with four strikeouts hitting behind
Zito dominates Red Sox to take 2-0 series lead
OAKLAND (AP) -- Barry Zito got plenty of rest and no relaxation on the night before he dominated the Boston Red Sox. While his Oakland teammates worked late for a 12-inning victory in the division series
Oakland doesn't bash anymore, but the A's are doing enough to win
OAKLAND, Calif. -- A squeeze bunt in the 12th one night, a hit-and-run to start a smallball rally the next afternoon. Taking extra bases, leaning into a pitch once in a while, stealing bases, moving guys
Red Sox turn to Wakefield to save their postseason dreams
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Boston Red Sox need a win in the worst of ways. They need one like Arnold Schwarzenegger needs a camera. Like Rush Limbaugh needs a microphone. Like bacon and lettuce need tomato. The
Red Sox find a way to lose by a bunt
OAKLAND -- Ramon Hernandez was thrilled. And scared. "When I turned around, I saw my team coming, and I saw all of them were jumping all over me," the Oakland Athletics catcher said, and all he did
Element of surprise
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- It was the last thing anyone at the Coliseum expected: a bases-loaded, two-out bunt by slow-footed catcher Ramon Hernandez. And it was just crazy enough to give the Oakland Athletics
Red Sox curse could be tied to New York Times, not Ruth
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- The Boston Red Sox take the field in Oakland on Wednesday in a quest to erase 85 years of jinxed history that's usually pinned to the immortal Babe Ruth. But the Red Sox faithful
Kim�s postseason struggles continue
Hudson takes another disappointing no-decision as A�s win
Athletics 5, Red Sox 4, 12 innings
Red Sox fans stunned by extra-inning implosion
A�s look for first-round breakthrough
Author from Maine says the curse may predate the sale of Babe Ruth
Red Sox vs. Cubs in the World Series?
Trot Nixon says he hopes to start in right field tonight
Foulke could be difference when A's face Red Sox
The Incredible Foulke seeing green as A's reach October
The Series awaits
Cubs, Red Sox start out as postseason darlings
Red Sox�s Mueller wins first batting title
Garciaparra watches Hamm sit on bench
Wakefield to start Game 2
No Fretting Allowed: Red Sox back in playoffs
Red Sox fans hopeful, cautious
Red Sox clinch first playoff berth since 1999
Theo Epstein praised Grady Little yesterday
Red Sox players and coaches rush the field to celebrate
Red Sox can start preparing for the postseason
Red Sox approach anniversary of playoff homer
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Patrick Little
Barrington native Patrick Little joined the 12 News team in June of 1998 as weekend sports anchor, Patrick was promoted to Sports Director at WPRI on January 1st, 2000. Prior to returning to Rhode Island
Robb Garofalo
Robb was born in Connecticut and raised in Narragansett, RI. A graduate of Narragansett High School and Fairleigh Dickinson University, he began his career in television as an intern in the sports department

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Fenway Park History
The Red Sox won their first game ever in Fenway Park , against non other than the New York Highlanders (now known as the Yankees) by a score of 7-6. This would have made the front page in the paper, but
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