When most people think of the Boston Red Sox, they immediately think of the "Curse of the Bambino." The Red Sox, one of Major League Baseball's marquee franchises, suffered under the so-called curse after trading Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees in 1913. Boston Red Sox tickets remained a hot item every year in Massachusetts despite an 86 year World Series title drought following the trade of Ruth.
Founded in 1901, the franchise was originally known simply as Boston. Between 1901 and 1907 the franchise played with simple uniforms that featured no nicknames and players wearing dark blue socks. Ticket holders, fans, and the media often referred to the team simply as "Bostonians," "the Bostons," "the Americans," and even the "Boston Americans." It wasn't until 1908 that the team formally adopted the nickname Red Sox.
Even the origin of the nickname came with some controversy. The name Red Sox was taken from the media references to the Cincinnati Reds. The team was affectionately known as the Red Stockings, but Cincinnati newspapers needed a shorthand name to replace "Stockings Win!" in headlines as the long form wouldn't fit headlines. It was then that "red sox" was first used, and the Boston franchise took on the name.
In those early years in baseball, Boston Red Sox tickets were among the most popular in the major leagues. After joining the league in 1901, Boston would go on to experience tremendous success during its first two decades. The franchise won its first World Series in 1903, just two years after its founding, and would go on to win the title again in 1912, 1915, 1916, and 1918.
The last World Series title, in 1918, would be the final title with Babe Ruth on the roster. His trade following the season to the Yankees was the final straw in a brewing regional rivalry with the New York Yankees. While the Red Sox suffered through an 86 year title drought, the Yankees would go on to become the greatest franchise in MLB history and name their stadium "The House that Ruth Built" in honor of Ruth's contributions.
Since 1912, the Red Sox have called Fenway Park home. One of the most venerable stadiums in all of American sports, Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark in the major leagues. For more than 100 years, the purchase of Boston Red Sox tickets has provided fans with a seat at one of baseball's smallest parks by seating capacity and total capacity.
In the past decade, the Red Sox have put the "Curse of the Bambino" to rest winning three World Series titles. The first came in 2004 and broke the curse after 86 years of waiting. The team would go on to win the title again in 2007 and surprisingly make a run to the title last season in 2013. As the defending champions, the 2014 Boston Red Sox will have a target on their back as they open the 2014 season.
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