Boston Red Sox: For decades, football teams have had the secure feeling of heading into their seasons with every single ticket sold long before the first kickoff. With ten times as many home dates, baseball teams do not enjoy such comfort. The 2004 Red Sox are different, however. Michael Silverman of the Boston Heralds reports the team is extremely close to meeting this goal. According to Silverman's research, only the Cleveland Indians of the mid-'90s have previously achieved this incredible attendance feat.
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