[email protected]: Red Sox walk off with 'Mother's Day miracle'

BAL@BOS: Red Sox walk off with 'Mother's Day miracle'



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5/13/07: On Mother’s Day, the Red Sox erase a five-run deficit, walking off with a six-run ninth inning known as the “Mother’s Day miracle”

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16 thoughts on “[email protected]: Red Sox walk off with 'Mother's Day miracle'

  1. This video does not include the most interesting part of this comeback. Coco Crisp reached first base on an easy pop fly right in front of home plate that the catcher dropped. This would have made it 0 runners on, 2 outs. The game would have essentially been over. Instead, the error got into the O's collective heads and sparked the comeback.

  2. I was in Tesco last week and was browsing through the canned fish section and I noticed they had little jars of cockles , but to my astonishment they was priced at £1.88 ! I ask you £1.88 ! cor blimey you can get them fresh at southend at half that price and with salt ad vinegar , and a cuppa tea !

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