April 12, 1967: Red Sox begin magical season with Opening Day win

“In other years, the cynics expected the Red Sox to go nowhere.…

April 14, 1967: Red Sox's Billy Rohr misses no-hitter by one out in MLB debut

“It’s a big place and I was nervous,” said Boston’s 21-year-old…

June 21, 1967: Lonborg, Red Sox trade beanballs with Yankees

On June 21, 1967, the fourth-place Boston Red Sox faced the ninth-place…

July 23, 1967: Red Sox end road trip on 10-game winning streak

Having extended its winning streak to nine with an 8-5 win over…

August 18, 1967: Tony Conigliaro's career, and life, threatened by beaning

The sickening sound—a sharp crack—could be heard above the…

August 27, 1967: Tartabull's throw keys cardiac win for Red Sox

It was the weakest arm in the Red Sox outfield against the fastest…

September 30, 1967: Yaz brings Red Sox to verge of AL pennant

On Saturday, September 30, 1967, as the thrilling American League…

October 1, 1967: Red Sox complete 'Impossible Dream'

Not since 1958 had the Boston Red Sox had a winning team, and…

October 4, 1967: Awed and paralyzed: Cardinals take Game 1 of World Series

Ecstatic and anxious Red Sox fans participated in round-the-clock…

October 5, 1967: Simply Lonborg: Red Sox ace shuts down Cardinals in Game 2

The St. Louis Cardinals' lineup remained the same, going with…

October 7, 1967: World Series gets 'a little warm' as Cardinals win Game 3

The lineups remained unchanged for Game Three of the 1967 World…

October 8, 1967: A One-Inning Game: Cardinals take 3-1 lead in World Series

“The St. Louis Cardinals are as bush as the name of the beer…

October 9, 1967: Down but not out: Red Sox take Game 5 of World Series

The St. Louis Cardinals held a three games to one lead before…

October 11, 1967: Bucking the odds: rookie Waslewski leads Red Sox in Game 6

For the “Cardiac Kids,” there was no place like home. More…