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Thursday, October 21, 2021

Oh yeah: The Red Sox reversed the curse last night, at least part of the way (let’s see if they can beat the NL Champ).

Coming back from the biggest of holes, 0-3 in a 7-game series, is damned impressive, and the BoSox deserve the accolades. But as Eric at Off Wing reminds us, they weren’t the first in major professional sports to do it. They were the first to do it off the ice, though.

And of course, one team’s comeback is another team’s collapse.

by Costa Tsiokos, Thu 10/21/2004 08:11pm
Category: Baseball, Hockey
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    Emblematic of the upside-down train wreck that the Eastern Conference bracket has become in this year’s National Hockey League playoffs, the Philadelphia Flyers roared back from an 0-3 series deficit to eliminate the Boston Bruins in their series…

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