So much fun at Fenway. Watching the Redsox is such a great time. Beers are a little much but nothing beats the experience of Fenway.

There is nothing like coming up out of the concourse and seeing that emerald jewel of a ballpark before you! Reasonably priced game tickets can be hard to come by, but Fenway runs tours during the season, and they're excellent.

You get to walk right on the warning track, sit in the dugouts, and look inside the famous Green Monster. Very knowledgeable tour guides load you with interesting facts about the park and about the players who proudly wore the Red Sox uniform.

Fenway Park - the baseball home of the champion Red Sox - has been described as "a Boston cathedral": in some ways, it's even more important to this city. As such, it's well worth visiting - whether for a game April til October , or just to see this icon.

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All languages. English 14, Spanish Portuguese More languages. French Japanese Chinese Sim. Chinese Trad. Italian German Dutch Korean Danish Louis Cardinals came out of their hitting slumber and tagged Boston starter Gary Bell for three runs on five hits in the first two innings of Game 3.

A former sixteen-game winner for the Cleveland Indians , Bell was an early-season pickup who pitched well in 29 games for the Sox going 12—8 with an ERA of 3.

But he didn't have his best stuff against the Cardinals' starter, year-old Nelson Briles. Briles, after losing fifteen games in , alternated between middle-relief and starting pitching in '67, and finished with a neat fourteen-win, five-loss record.

The great table-setter Lou Brock started things rolling in the first with a triple to left-center. Curt Flood followed with a single to center scoring Brock for the game's first run.

In the second, Tim McCarver led off with a single to center followed by a Mike Shannon home run to left. Ineffective Gary Bell was pinch-hit for in the third inning, replaced by Gary Waslewski.

Waslewski pitched three perfect innings, striking out three before leaving in the sixth for relief pitcher Lee Stange. Boston scored their first run in the sixth with Mike Andrews , pinch-hitting for Bell , singling to center.

Andrews took second on a Tartabull sacrifice, immediately scoring on a Dalton Jones base hit to right.

But the Cards added some insurance in the bottom of the frame with the disconcerting Brock bunting for a hit, eventually going to third when Stange, attempting a pick-off, threw wild into right-field.

Roger Maris , in his next-to-last season, would have a good Series with ten hits and a home run, scored Brock with a single to right-center.

In the seventh Reggie Smith hit a lead-off home run for Boston, trimming the score to 4—2 but the Cards stifled any further Sox comeback scoring their fifth run in the bottom of the eighth when Maris beat out an infield tap for a single and Orlando Cepeda muscled a double off the wall in right-center making the score 5—2.

Briles would finish his complete-game victory with a 1—2—3 ninth, the second out recorded when Reggie Smith would interfere with McCarver who was trying to catch his pop-up foul down the first-base line.

Up two games to one, St. Louis would send Bob Gibson back to the mound, a championship within reach. Again, all St. Louis needed was a spark from Lou Brock and this time four runs crossed the plate in the first inning.

Brock started things rolling with a slow-roller to third—nothing Dalton Jones could do could match Brock's speed, for an infield-hit. Curt Flood singled to shallow left and Roger Maris powered-up going the other way, doubling into the left-field corner scoring both base-runners.

Orlando Cepeda then flied out, Maris advancing to third. Tim McCarver hit a clutch single to right to score Maris. Gary Bell would relieve, getting the ninth batter of the inning, Bob Gibson to fly out to left.

Gibson would be on cruise-control the remainder of the game while the Cards would add two more runs off reliever Jerry Stephenson in the third.

Cepeda would double into the left-field corner and move to third on a wild pitch. That would be it for the scoring as Gibson would win his second Series game, a five-hit complete-game that put his Cardinals up, three games to one.

With their backs up against the wall, manager Dick Williams again put his trust in the dependable Jim Lonborg. The year-old righty was faced by Steve "Lefty" Carlton.

Carlton was 14—9 in 30 games with a 2. The game played out very tentatively, with just one early run scored by Boston in the top of the third. After Lonborg struck out leading off the inning, Joe Foy struck a single to left field.

Mike Andrews reached safely at first after a sacrifice attempt was fumbled by Cardinal third-baseman Mike Shannon for an error.

With two on and one out, team hero Carl Yastrzemski looked at a third strike for the second out, but Ken Harrelson followed with a clutch single to left, scoring Foy.

This would be enough to saddle Carlton with the loss. Pitching with a slight cold and a paper horseshoe in his back pocket Lonborg again sparkled, at one point retiring twelve straight.

Carlton was just as good but left after six innings of work and would take the loss despite having no earned runs the run in the third was unearned. He was replaced by Ray Washburn , who then pitched two scoreless innings.

Jack Lamabe relieved Willis after a 1—0 count on Elston Howard who promptly popped a single to right scoring Scott. Maris threw high to the plate, allowing Smith to score the second run.

With the score 3—0, St. Louis came to bat in the last of the ninth in a last attempt comeback bid. But Lonborg's luck continued, getting Brock and Flood to ground out to second and third respectively.

Maris spoiled the shutout bid by homering over the right-field fence but Orlando Cepeda ended the game on a ground-out to third. The Boston Red Sox were now back in the Series although still down three games to two.

Pivotal Game 6 matched rookie Gary Waslewski 2—2, 3. Rico Petrocelli gave the Red Sox an early lead with a second inning blast over the Green Monster in left field. After retiring the next two batters, Waslewski gave up a single to Lou Brock , scoring Javier.

Then after a Brock steal, Curt Flood singled to left, scoring Brock. In the Sox half of the fourth, Carl Yastrzemski , Reggie Smith , and Rico Petrocelli would all go long setting a new World Series record with three home runs in the same inning.

A demoralized Hughes wouldn't finish the inning and Ron Willis would be summoned from the bullpen to get the last out, an Elston Howard groundout to third.

Waslewski was very workmanlike, but started to tire in the sixth inning when, after giving up two walks, was replaced by John Wyatt who would get out of the jam retiring Mike Shannon on a popup to short and Javier on a fly to short right.

The Cards would come back and hit Wyatt hard in the seventh. After pinch-hitter Bobby Tolan walked, Lou Brock hit a homer into the right-center field bleachers. Flood and Maris hit long fly-outs to center but their hits stayed in the park to end the inning, St.

Louis had tied the score at four apiece. The Red Sox would send ten batters to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning and regain the lead.

Elston Howard would lead off making both the first and last outs but four runs would cross the plate in-between.

After all was said and done, the Cardinals would send four pitchers to the mound in the inning and when Hal Woodeshick would come into pitch the eighth, a Series record would be tied with eight 8 pitchers used also setting a two team record of eleven pitchers used.

Louis had one more good chance to win the game loading the bases in the eighth, but highlighted by a great Yastrzemski catch in left-center, the Cards couldn't push one across and wouldn't score again going quietly in the ninth; with Gary Bell pitching the last two innings for the save.

The Red Sox survived to play another day and the Series was now tied at three games apiece. Wyatt took the win and Jack Lamabe , who was the first pitcher for the Cardinals in the eighth, would be given the loss.

The seventh game finally matched up the aces, Bob Gibson against Jim Lonborg. Lonborg was pitching on two-days rest, while Gibson had rested an extra day since his last outing.

From the start, it was apparent that Lonborg was struggling. Three Cardinal hits and a wild pitch put St. Louis ahead 2—0 in the third inning.

Two more scored in the fifth on a home run by Gibson, Lou Brock 's single and two stolen bases his seventh steal—a new Series record , and a Roger Maris sacrifice-fly to right.

With the 7—2 defeat, Boston's "Impossible Dream" ended one game too soon and the St. Louis Cardinals were World Series Champions for the second time in the s, and eighth overall.

Only once before had a seventh game of a Series brought together starting pitchers who both had 2—0 won-lost records in that Series. Louis Cardinals N.

Gussie Busch , chief executive officer of Cardinals' owner Anheuser-Busch and president of the team, threw a lavish party for his Red Sox counterpart Tom Yawkey when he came to St.

Louis for the games there. When Busch learned that Yawkey would not be reciprocating the favor for Game 6, he flew many members of his family and personal friends to Boston on company-owned private jets.

At the Ritz-Carlton hotel downtown, he reserved a banquet hall and, along with his guests, entertained Massachusetts Governor John Volpe and his wife as guests of honor. Despite the Cardinals' loss, the evening was marked by considerable revelry.

The Busches traditionally concluded such affairs with a food fight. Waiters dodging thrown rolls wondered aloud how the family would celebrate the following evening should the team win. The question was answered the following night when the Cardinals won the Series.

This time Busch and his wife went up the elevator to the ballroom ahead of their other guests, so they could take the fire extinguishers off the wall and spray down the others.

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Otherwise I was to go home, if he didn't come by the 5th inning. Come this April 3rd I'll be at my 48th Opening Day in 49 years. I'll be sitting in Section 6 Row F front row along the Right Field line just past the 1967 world series game 2 Pesky Foul Pole currently being refurbished this off season.

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Grandstands Sections underneath great place to watch the game particularly the pitchers and at-bats. I try to sit in Section 1967 world series game 2 any row underneath. Right click roof boxes particularly for Green Monster 1967 world series game 2 are a bit pricey, but offer the most unique viewing location in all of baseball whether it's standing cost less obviously or a seat.

About a 10 minute walk to Fenway Park. Baseball Tavern on Boylston Street right behind Fenway. On a good weather day go up to there Roof Deck, which features a miniature 1967 world series game 2 Monster.

Best bet are the steak tips. Spend some time with Boston's biggest and most enthusiastic fans! Enjoy a Fenway frank, a cold beer, a slice of pizza, lemonade or an ice-cream in a plastic upside-down Redsox cap.

Enjoy some Cracker Jacks or very salty popcorn. You can go alone, as a couple, with friends or with family. It can get pricey when purchasing tickets but it is a wonderful experience Or so it was said at the beginning of the movie "Bull Durham".

If ever that were true, it's true of Fenway. Real grass. Seating close to the sidelines. The AL's best fans. And all that history. Baseball doesn't get any better than this.

So much fun at Fenway. Watching the Redsox is such a great time. Beers are a little much but nothing beats the experience of Fenway.

There is nothing like coming up out of the concourse and seeing that emerald jewel of a ballpark before you! Reasonably priced game tickets can be hard to come by, but Fenway runs tours during the season, and they're excellent.

You get to walk right on the warning track, sit in the dugouts, and look inside the famous Green Monster. Very knowledgeable tour guides load you with interesting facts about the park and about the players who proudly wore the Red Sox uniform.

Fenway Park - the baseball home of the champion Red Sox - has been described as "a Boston cathedral": in some ways, it's even more important to this city.

As such, it's well worth visiting - whether for a game April til Octoberor just to see this icon. Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. Cart 0. Tip: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.

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Louis Cardinals. I immediately realized my Dad had magical powers and as the series progressed I badgered him to take me to another game. The night before game 7, he told me to meet him outside Gate D and, if could get me in he'd come out and get me by the 5th inning. Otherwise I was to go home, if he didn't come by the 5th inning. Come this April 3rd I'll be at my 48th Opening Day in 49 years. I'll be sitting in Section 6 Row F front row along the Right Field line just past the iconic Pesky Foul Pole currently being refurbished this off season.

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The World Series matched the St. Louis Cardinals against the Boston Red Sox in a rematch of the World Series , with the Cardinals winning in seven games for their second championship in four years and their eighth overall. The Red Sox reached the World Series by emerging victorious from a dramatic four-team pennant race that revitalized interest in the team after eight straight losing seasons.

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