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Rays are trying to do the 'impossible' again

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / September 9, 2008

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The 1967 Impossible Dream Red Sox were a band of kids who played with reckless abandon every day for rough-and-tough manager Dick Williams. They survived their dips to win the American League pennant, though they lost the World Series in seven games to the St. Louis Cardinals. The similarities to the 2008 Tampa Bay Rays are uncanny. (Full article: 1094 words)

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