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The Red Sox Will Be Part Of A Special Project In 2024

Masataka Yoshida #7 of the Boston Red Sox looks on after flying out in the top of the fourth against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on May 7, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Phillies defeated the Red Sox 6-1.
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The Boston Red Sox might not be favored to win the World Series in 2024, but remain a very popular team with fans all over the country and the world.

From the birth of the club in 1901 until 1918, they won five World Series titles and were one of the most successful teams of the dead ball era.

Then they sold Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees, and the “Curse of the Bambino” was born.

Whether it was all a myth or not, the team wouldn’t win another Fall Classic until 2004.

Including 2004, Boston has won four more trophies and now has nine, one of the top totals among MLB teams.

They last won in 2018, a year in which they dominated from start to finish.

After that, things have gotten murky and complicated, but still very interesting for fans and media alike.

Netflix, with the collaboration of the team, will be making a production that will document a Red Sox season from within.

“Netflix is producing a docuseries similar to the NFL’s ‘Hard Knocks’ that will feature the Boston Red Sox over the course of a full season. It is set to premiere in 2025 and will give access to their players, coaches and executives,” FOX Sports: MLB tweeted.

Win or lose in 2024, fans will surely be very interested in watching a full season of one of the most successful MLB teams of all time and, especially, since the turn of the millennium.

It’s always interesting to listen to players, managers, and coaches from your favorite team, but it will be even more enticing if they manage to get more intimate quotes and testimonies.

Fans don’t like generic stuff: they just want to live the clubhouse experience as if there were no cameras.

Hopefully, the production is a success and helps increase interest in the Red Sox and MLB as a whole.

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