Red Sox Set New Sellout Streak

June 11, 2012 12:00 AM
Red Sox Set New Sellout Streak
" BOSTON (CBS) – Sunday may have ended with the Boston Red Sox getting swept by the Washington Nationals at Fenway Park, but it also had a little bit of history.

With Sunday’s sellout, the Red Sox set a new record for the longest regular season sellout streak in major league sports "

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