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Why Not Us?: The 86-Year Journey of the Boston Red Sox Fans from Unparalleled Suffering to the Promised Land of the 2004 World Series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2005

    Excellent book

    This book is passionate and very well written. The auther does an excellent job of putting together the many different stories in the book to create a brilliant tale of love between the fans, their team, and the entire region. The book is easy to read and mesmerizing. You won't be able to put it down. A must read not only for Red Sox fans, but for baseball fans in general. Sometimes funny, sometimes heart-wrenching, this book has been 86 years in the making and is well worth the wait.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2004

    Wicked Good!

    A book to savor. Describes better than anything else I've seen what it means to be a Red Sox fan. Most of us are still pinching ourselves to make sure that it's not a dream. The end of the first chapter alone is worth the price of admission. Thanks Leigh.

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