Red Sox Visit Wrigley In 2005

June 10, 2005: Bronson Arroyo started the Red Sox first game against the Chicago Cubs since the 1918 World Series. He only lasted 4 innings, allowing 7 runs off 10 hits in Boston's 14-6 loss.
Remember Bronson?
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June 10, 2005: Bronson Arroyo started the Red Sox first game against the Chicago Cubs since the 1918 World Series. He only lasted 4 innings, allowing 7 runs off 10 hits in Boston's 14-6 loss.
June 12, 2005: Kevin Youkilis hit a solo home run for the Red Sox in their 8-1 win over the Cubs at Wrigley.
A Young Youk...
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June 12, 2005: Kevin Youkilis hit a solo home run for the Red Sox in their 8-1 win over the Cubs at Wrigley.
June 12, 2005: What a difference seven years make!
...Really Young
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June 12, 2005: What a difference seven years make!
June 12, 2005: With the game being played in a National League Park, Red Sox pitchers had to hit. Here, Tim Wakefield slides into home safely in Boston's 8-1 win over the Cubs.
Wakefield Safe At Home
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June 12, 2005: With the game being played in a National League Park, Red Sox pitchers had to hit. Here, Tim Wakefield slides into home safely in Boston's 8-1 win over the Cubs.
June 10, 2005: Trot Nixon with a big swing against the Cubs in the Red Sox visit to Wrigley Field.
Trot Still Wearing Red Sox
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June 10, 2005: Trot Nixon with a big swing against the Cubs in the Red Sox visit to Wrigley Field.
June 10, 2005: David Ortiz celebrates after hitting one of his two home runs of the afternoon against the Cubs.
Ortiz Celebrates
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June 10, 2005: David Ortiz celebrates after hitting one of his two home runs of the afternoon against the Cubs.
June 12, 2005: Manny Ramirez rounds third after hitting a two-run home run in the seventh inning in Boston's 8-1 win over the Cubs.
Manny Touches Them All
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June 12, 2005: Manny Ramirez rounds third after hitting a two-run home run in the seventh inning in Boston's 8-1 win over the Cubs.
June 10, 2005: Cubs starting pitcher Greg Maddux helped his own cause by taking John Halama deep for a solo home run in the Cubs 14-6 win.
Greg Maddux Goes Deep
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June 10, 2005: Cubs starting pitcher Greg Maddux helped his own cause by taking John Halama deep for a solo home run in the Cubs 14-6 win.
June 12, 2005: Edgar Renteria makes a play at short stop for the Red Sox. He only spent one season in a Red Sox uniform before being traded to the Atlanta Braves.
Oh Edgar
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June 12, 2005: Edgar Renteria makes a play at short stop for the Red Sox. He only spent one season in a Red Sox uniform before being traded to the Atlanta Braves.
June 10, 2005: David Ortiz hits one into the Chicago crowd in the Red Sox 14-6 loss to the Cubs.
Papi Goes Deep
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June 10, 2005: David Ortiz hits one into the Chicago crowd in the Red Sox 14-6 loss to the Cubs.
June 12, 2005: Johnny Damon and Terry Francona celebrate after their 8-1 win over the Cubs.
Tito and Johnny
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June 12, 2005: Johnny Damon and Terry Francona celebrate after their 8-1 win over the Cubs.
June 10, 2005: Center fielder Johnny Damon tries to run down a ball in centerfield before it gets to the famous ivy wall at Wrigley.
Damon Into The Ivy
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June 10, 2005: Center fielder Johnny Damon tries to run down a ball in centerfield before it gets to the famous ivy wall at Wrigley.
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