, Salem, MA


October 30, 2013

Historically, Game 6 has more meaning than any other for Red Sox


So late this evening, when closer Koji Uehara records the final out and leaps into the arms of his catcher as Boston celebrates its third World Series championship in a decade, watching it all unfold on the green grass of Fenway is a memory that millions of Red Sox fans the world over will never forget.

And it will sit atop the pantheon of memorable Game 6’s in team lore as the greatest of them all.


Phil Stacey is the sports editor of The Salem News. Contact him at or 978-338-2650, and follow him on Twitter @PhilStacey_SN.

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