When occured: 
Sun, 1967-10-01

Jim LonborgOn October 1, 1967, Carl Yastrzemski goes 4-for-4 as the Boston Red Sox defeat the Minnesota Twins, 6-3, clinching one of the most exciting pennant races in major league history. Jim Lonborg’s 22nd win wraps up the “Impossible Dream” for the Sox, who had finished ninth the previous season. The Sox will face the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series.


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