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With a win in Game 3, the Red Sox are one victory away from their first World Series championship since 1918.
With a win in Game 3, the Red Sox are one victory away from their first World Series championship since 1918. (Globe Staff Photo / John Bohn ) Globe Staff Photo / John Bohn
Jackie MacMullan

It's a championship heavy wait

By Jackie MacMullan
Globe Columnist / October 27, 2004

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They are like a big lobster pot on a piping hot stove, churning and bubbling, ready to boil over. The Red Sox have a 3-games-to-none lead over the Cardinals in the 2004 World Series, and all of their dreams -- and yours -- are about to come true. The local nine is bursting with optimism, yet the ... (Full article: 911 words)

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