Tales From The 1967 Red Sox Dugout


Petrocelli, the shortstop on the “Impossible Dream” team, recaptures the thrills of that improbable season through his unique anecdotes in this 50th Anniversary autographed rerelease.

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October 1, 1967- Rico Petrocelli makes the last catch of the season off the bat of Rich Rollins of the Twins to clinch the pennant for the Red Sox in the greatest pennant race of all time.

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A Collection of the Greatest Stories Ever Told
Rico Petrocelli, Chaz Scoggins

Rico Petrocelli, one of Boston’s most beloved athletes and a twenty-four-year-old shortstop on that “Impossible Dream” team, recaptures the thrills of that improbable season through his unique anecdotes. In this re-release timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary that magical year, Rico chronicles both the nightmare that threatened to swallow an organization and the resurrection that would reinvigorate a team and a city that share the same heart.

Chaz Scoggins is an award-winning writer who covered the Red Sox for the Lowell Sun beginning in 1973, up until his retirement in April 2013. Scoggins has also served as the official scorekeeper for the Red Sox and president of the Baseball Writers Association of America. He has also been a broadcaster for Lowell Spinners games. He lives in Lowell, Massachusetts.

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Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 11 × 8 × 2 in
Book Options

Signed Book, Signed Book With Message, Signed Book With Message and 5×7 Photo, Signed Book With Message and 8×10 Photo


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