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The Boston Red Sox is one of the oldest and most successful teams in Major League Baseball. The team was established 120 years ago in 1893. They started as the minor affiliate of the Toledo, Ohio baseball franchise playing in the Western League. The team transferred to Boston in 1900 as the Western League became the American League. The official team name Red Sox was picked by then owner John I. Taylor in 1907 based on their socks - the red footwear worn by the players. The World Series was started in 1903 and they were the first champion.
Babe Ruth, who is considered as the best baseball player ever, played his professional baseball in the Red Sox uniform in 1914 at the age of 19. Ruth led the Red Sox to two World Series titles in 1916 and then in 1918. Later on, Ruth was traded to the New York Yankees where he was regarded as the greatest power baseball hitter that the world has seen. Many critics and fans view the departure of Ruth from the Red Sox as the event that started the ‘downfall’ of the team. The so-called curse was broken in 2004 when they won the World Series. The last World Series title the Red Sox won was in 2007.
The Red Sox baseball team plays their games at Fenway Park. This stadium is located near the Kenmore Square. This ballpark was established in 1912 and has been the home stadium for the Boston Red Sox since its inception. This stadium is one of the most sold-out ballparks in all of Major League Baseball. Fenway also serves as a sporting venue for other sports such as state and regional baseball tournaments, college baseball all-stars and much more. It can be reconfigured to accommodate other non-sporting events such as concerts. Fenway Park holds the record for most sold-out games in MLB history.