The accomplishments are legendary. Ted Williams and his two Triple Crowns. Baseball's last .400 season. Carl Yastrzemski and his 3,419 hits. Roger Clemens and his two 20-strikeout games.
But names and numbers on a page don't convey the impact that the Red Sox have had and continue to have on their legion of fans. What takes place within the storied confines of Boston's Fenway Park is more than simply a game; it's a way of life. The towering Green Monster, blocking the way to Lansdowne Street for all but the game's sluggers, has seen its share of heartbreak, but it's also born silent witness to more than nine decades of baseball excellence, culminating with the greatest comeback in baseball history and a World Series title for the ages.
Game Day: Red Sox Baseball is a celebration of that legacy of excellence, and of the men who helped to weave Red Sox tradition, and the game itself, into the American fabric.