A Tale of Two Cities: The 2004 Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry and the War for the Pennant

A Tale of Two Cities The Yankees Red Sox Rivalry and the War for the Pennant When the Boston Red Sox faced the New York Yankees in the historic American League Championship Series the meeting seemed to serve as the climax to perhaps the greatest rivalry in professional s

  • Title: A Tale of Two Cities: The 2004 Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry and the War for the Pennant
  • Author: Tony Massarotti John Harper
  • ISBN: 9781592287048
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • When the Boston Red Sox faced the New York Yankees in the historic 2003 American League Championship Series, the meeting seemed to serve as the climax to perhaps the greatest rivalry in professional sports Yet, following New York s comeback victory in scintillating Game 7, both the Red Sox and Yankees entered the off season without a world title and with renewed convictiWhen the Boston Red Sox faced the New York Yankees in the historic 2003 American League Championship Series, the meeting seemed to serve as the climax to perhaps the greatest rivalry in professional sports Yet, following New York s comeback victory in scintillating Game 7, both the Red Sox and Yankees entered the off season without a world title and with renewed conviction to finish the job in 2004.In A Tale of Two Cities, respected baseball writers John Harper New York Daily News and Tony Massarotti Boston Herald chronicle the Yankees and Red Sox in parallel story lines through the summer of 2004 The authors take you behind the scenes with the teams, cities, and media during one of the most intense baseball seasons in history.

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    • In't kort: de ondertitel zegt al veel: 'The 2004 Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry and the War for the Pennant.' de New York Yankees en de Boston Red Sox zijn aartsrivalen in het Amerikaanse baseball, en hebben al heel wat robbertjes uitgevochten in de playoffs. In 2003 nog, moesten de Red Sox in de 7de en beslissende wedstrijd hun meerdere erkennen in die vermaledijde Yankees.Maar het zou anders worden. Of maakte Red Sox Nation zich dat alleen maar wijs ? In de playoffs bouwden de Yankees al snel een 3-0 [...]


    • A fun read, but it didn't live up to the "intimate, insiders' look" promised on the back cover. (They never do four years after the fact. In about ten years, when someone - let's say Doug Mientkiewicz - needs the money, that's when I'll get the tell all book I so desperately want.) I'm sure there are a handful of quotes that never made it into the print media before this (most of which are just attributed to "a uniformed member of the Sox"), but nothing earth shattering.For a book focusing on th [...]


    • This book taught me so much about the Yankees organization and Steinbrenner to be exact. It is a great mix of two journalists from two different cities - where it's hard to be a fan when you're so close to the action and the players. I learn more about the effects of knowing too much in baseball.



    • Chapters alternate between a RedSox writer and a Yankee writer following the rivalry between the Yankees and RedSox. Its ok.


    • A year of correspondence between a Red Sox columnist and a Yankees columnist during the season of the Red Sox world series win


    • My recall of that season is a bit different. I do think AROD started that fight. And I do think Varitek made him look like a girl.


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