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Friday, March 02, 2007

This Day in Red Sox History – March 2nd

On this day in 2005, a large group went to the White House to be greeted by George Dub-Yah Bush, earning congratulations for the World Championship in 2004. Dick Wakefield of the Tigers bet Ted Williams that he would out-perform Williams in several stats. Williams won several thousand dollars in 1946. (Day by Day with the Red Sox, by Bill Nowlin).

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