Curtis: How Things Change In 7 Years…

June 15, 2012 12:00 AM
Curtis: How Things Change In 7 Years…
" BOSTON (CBS)  - Seven years ago the Red Sox arrived at Wrigley Field in Chicago the kings of the baseball world, ready to face the only remaining team with an asinine curse.  Less than eight months removed from a championship run never to be matched again,  Theo Epstein was the most admired man inside 128 and the team was poised for another World Series.

I flew out to Chicago that Friday morning in 2005 to attend the game at Wrigley. I vividly remember the pride of those around me, also en route to the game, beaming with joy sporting their World Series championship apparel.  This was OUR turn to mock a downtrodden franchise.  Wrigley must have been 60-percent Sox fans, and even though Boston got blown out, it was a great day at the old park "

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