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Boston Red Sox Betting Odds

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One of the most historic and successful teams in recent years, the Boston Red Sox have remained one of Major League Baseball’s most prominent teams. The Red Sox, one of the original eight American League charter teams founded in 1901, have long been surrounded by intrigue, from its early success to its 86-year-long World Series drought credited to the curse of the Bambino.

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Red Sox History

The Boston Red Sox were founded to compete with its NL counterpart in Boston and were named the Red Sox after the 1907 season. And it’s not just its name that has that type of longevity – the team’s stadium, historic Fenway Field, has served as the home of the Red Sox since it opened in 1912 and is the oldest baseball stadium still in use in the United States.

Pennants

After the Red Sox began its franchise with five World Series championships in 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916 and 1918, the Red Sox would have to wait almost a century before finding themselves back as champions. The World Series drought happened to begin after the team sold baseball’s all-time great Babe Ruth to the rival New York Yankees, leading many to believe the team was cursed for its treatment of the Great Bambino. The drought came to an end in 2004, and the Red Sox have since won three more titles (2007, 2013 and 2018) to bring their total number of championship trophies to nine. The team has appeared in the World Series a total of 14 times as the winners of the AL Pennant and have won the East Division title 10 times in franchise history.

Red Sox Hall of Famers

With such a storied history, the Red Sox have their fair share of Hall of Fame players. One of the early stars for the Red Sox was Ted Williams, who spent his entire 19-year career in Boston. Williams is considered one of the best hitters in baseball history, finishing his career with a .344 batting average, 521 home runs and a .428 on-base percentage, which ranks as the best all-time. Cy Young, who leads all major league pitchers with 511 wins, spent seven seasons with the Red Sox. Another Red Sox who spent his entire career in Boston was left fielder and first baseman Carl Yastrzemski, who was an 18-time All-Star and a member of the 3,000 hit club, amassing more than 400 home runs along the way. He is also Boston’s all-time leader in total games played and career hits, runs, RBIs, singles, doubles, and total bases.

Among the more recent stars are pitchers Pedro Martinez, Tim Wakefield and Curt Schilling, who are forever in the hearts of Red Sox fans for their roles in ending the 86-year-long World Series drought with the Red Sox’s 2004 World Series title. First baseman and designated hitter David Ortiz has also become a Boston legend, playing a big part in all three of the Red Sox’s recent championship campaigns. And in more recent years, the Boston Red Sox have had outfielder Mookie Betts and pitchers Chris Sale and David Price dazzling fans at Fenway Park.

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