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Red Sox to honor 1967 ‘Impossible Dream’ team Wednesday

Boston, MA - 10/3/1967: Boston Red Sox slugger Carl Yastrzemski receives help from Tony Conigliaro in setting his cap on his head at Fenway Park in Boston on Oct. 3, 1967, as he prepared to work out for World Series. Conigliaro has been sidelined since being hit by a pitched ball, and will not be able to play in the series.  (Associated Press/Wire Photo) --- BGPA Reference: 170404_MJ_004
Carl Yastrzemski receives help from Tony Conigliaro in setting his cap on his head at Fenway Park. –Associated Press/Wire Photo

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With the Cardinals in town, the Red Sox will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1967 “Impossible Dream’’ team before the game on Wednesday.

The 1967 Sox won the American League pennant on the final day of the season then lost a seven-game World Series against St. Louis.

AL Most Valuable Player Carl Yastrzemski will take part in the ceremony along with Cy Young Award winner Jim Lonborg.

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