1967 Boston Red Sox Season

The 1967 Boston Red Sox season, often referred to as The Impossible Dream, consisted of the team's first winning season since 1958, as the Red Sox shocked all of New England and the rest of the baseball world by winning the American League Championship (also called the AL Pennant) and reaching the World Series for the first time since 1946. The season had one of the most memorable finishes in baseball history, as the AL pennant race went to the very last game, with Boston (92–70) beating out the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins by one game.

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