Boston Wins World Series

Posted on December 4, 2013 by


It was a dream come true for the Boston Red Sox and their fans.

The Red Sox knew they had to make history. It has been 95 years since the Red Sox last won at home to win the World Series.

“If you would have asked me in the beginning of the season who would be in the World Series, I would have never said Boston,” junior Tyler Emge, a Red Sox fan, said.

Boston took game one with a final of 8-1.  After a very one-sided game one, fans could not wait for game two.

“After game one, I knew this was the Red Sox’ year,” Emge said.

Game two did not go the way Boston wanted it to. They fell to the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2.

Many knew this was going to be a long, tough World Series for both teams. The World Series was tied 1-1 after two games.

In game three, St. Louis took the lead with a 5-4 victory over Boston.

With game four right around the corner, Boston knew it was going to be a must-win game if they wanted their dreams to come true.

In game four, the Red Sox won with a final score of 4-2. Now the series was tied, 2-2, after four games played.

Game five was in St. Louis. The Cardinals knew what they needed to do if they wanted to head to Boston one game up.

Boston had other ideas. The Red Sox took game five, 3-1. They were now heading back to Boston with a game up on the Cardinals.

With Boston playing at home in game six, they had a chance do to what they had not done in 95 years. The Red Sox came out strong.

Game six of the World Series went exactly the way Boston wanted it to.

The Boston Red Sox won game six, 6-1, and, with that, they won the World Series at home for the first time in 95 years.

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