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Red Sox Sellout Streak Ends As Attendance Dips Below 31,000
Published April 11, 2013
The BOSTON HERALD's John Tomase writes, "For a long time, the sellout streak captured what it meant to be a Red Sox fan, with interest in one of baseball's signature franchises reaching unprecedented levels. ... Its time had also come. Ownership knows how much healing remains, but last night represented another step in the right direction" (BOSTON HERALD, 4/11).