Take the Red Sox Postseason Failures Test!

Are you a true Red Sox fan? If so, then answer this:

Which One of these Red Sox Postseason Failures ISN’T like the Others?
(click any choice to open a new window with the correct answer)
1 – The 1946 World Series

Red Sox Shortstop Johnny Pesky’s late throw to home plate in Game 7 of the World Series allows Enos Slaughter to score, giving the St. Louis Cardinals the Championship

2 – The 1967 World Series

Red Sox First Baseman Bill Buckner allows a ground ball to pass between his legs, causing the Met’s Ray Knight to score and allowing the Mets to win Game 7 of the Championship.

3 – The 2003 American League Championship

NY Yankees Third Baseman Aaron Boone hits the first pitch thrown by Tim Wakefield in the 11th inning of the ALCS for a home run to left field, allowing the Yankees to win the Pennant – only to lose the Championship against the Florida Marlins in six games.

4 – The 2013 World Series

During Game 3 of the Championship series between Boston and the
Cardinals in St. Louis, third base umpire Jim Joyce levies an obstruction charge against Red Sox Third Baseman Will Middlebrooks with
two outs in the bottom of the ninth, allowing First Baseman Alan Craig to score and St. Louis to win the game.

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