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Sunday, June 22, 2008

This Day in Red Sox History

June 22, 1907

The Red Sox trade Bill Dinneen to the St. Louis Browns for Beany Jacobson and $1000.

June 21, 1916

The first no-hitter ever thrown at Fenway Park was by "little George Foster, the farmer boy from Oklahoma" (as the New York Times described him). The 5'7½" Foster beat Bob Shawkey and the Yankees, 2-0. Foster walked three. The win earned Foster a $100 bonus from Red Sox President Lannin.

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