Boston Red Sox Book - Gift Details
Relive the Red Sox’s most memorable moments with this Washington Post newspaper book, featuring reprints of reports written at the time.
Coverage begins in October 1903 with the Sox’s victories over the Pittsburg Pirates. Thereafter, the team’s greatest victories all feature, thus creating a fantastic reportage history for any diehard Red Sox fan.
Also included in the coverage is the Championship of 1912, in which fireballer Smoky Joe Wood played a starring role. World Series’ wins in 1915 and 1916 feature as well, while the Babe Ruth-inspired triumph in 1918 is also covered in depth.
After World War II, defeats in the ‘67, ‘75 and ‘86 World Series all appear, before the most recent victories of 2004 and 2007 take precedence. With the Cardinals and the Rockies swept aside respectively, the exploits of not only the team, but also MVPs Manny Ramírez and Josh Beckett are included in detail.
As for the book itself, it measures in at an impressive 12.5 x 15”, with the choice of two striking editions – both gold-embossed for free. The first is our original burnt sienna cover, made with an antique-style coat; beautifully contrasting the book’s originally reported black and white content.
The second is our unrivalled, premium black leather hardback, frequently chosen for its effortlessly simple design. Not only does this leather book include the black and white re-mastered content, this edition features full-color pages from 2006 onwards, merging your team’s definitive history into a precious contemporary keepsake.
Your Boston Red Sox Book Personalized
Personalize your Boston Red Sox Book by adding the recipient’s Name up to 22 characters, gold-embossed for free on the cover and a Message up to 150 characters on the certificate of the title page.
If you want to make this gift stand out from the rest, opt for our premium black leather hardback, with color-pages from 2006 onwards, so your present becomes unmatched in presentation and meaning.
Your Personalized Boston Red Sox Book is a collection of vast reports created by the Washington Post archive. Reproduced to an impressive tabloid 12.5 x 15” collectable, your text will be printed exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalization. Accents and other symbols cannot be printed.