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On the days that he ate chicken, he seemed to get more hits," she said. " The real turning point came during spring training in 1982, which was Boggs's rookie season. He was then playing for the Boston Red Sox. One night, not long before a game against the St. Louis Cardinals, Boggs sat down to lemon chicken, one of his favorite dishes. That night he got five hits in six trips to the plate. He also became hooked for all time on chicken. Boggs soon became well known for his preference for chicken.

Costas himself covered a near no-hitter in 1982. The pitcher was Charlie Lea of the Montreal Expos, who were playing the Astros in Houston. "I used the phrase 'no-hitter' at least once every inning," says Costas. '" Lea never realized his dream. With two outs in the ninth inning, Terry Puhl of the Astros singled. Costa scoffs at the idea that he might have jinxed Lea with his openness. He wouldn't think of calling a game any other way. It's "the new reality," he says. The "new reality" was apparent in 1999 when David Cone of the New York Yankees was in the process of pitching a perfect game against the Montreal Expos.

Preece shook his head. " < previous page page_38 next page > < previous page page_39 next page > Page 39 The Real Hero The Time: October 25, 1986 The Place: Shea Stadium, New York City The Event: The World Series, the New York Mets vs. the Boston Red Sox, Game No. 6 It has been called the most exciting game in baseball history. The Red Sox had won three of the first five Series games. When they scored twice in the tenth inning of the sixth game to edge ahead, 53, it seemed certain that they were about to claim the world championship.

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