Boston Red Sox defeat St. Louis Cardinals, 6-2

It might have been the last Fenway Park game of the magical 2004 season.

And if it was, there'll be a parade in Boston sometime before Election Day . . . perhaps the grandest celebration in 374 years of Hub history.

Curt Schilling, the gifted, gritty veteran who has given a whole new meaning to red sock, last night hurled Boston's Laughing Gas House Gang to a 6-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in the second game of the World Series. The Red Sox lead the best-of-se...

No one wants the Red Sox to capture the franchise's first world championship since 1918 more than the players who fell so excruciatingly shy in the four seven-game heartbreakers since that glorious day 86 years ago.

Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, and Johnny Pesky of the 1946 team stood vigil at Fenway Park for the first two games of 2004 Fall Classic. Carl Yastrzemski of the '67 club tossed an inspirational first pitch before Game 1. And Dwight Evans has represented members...