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President George W. Bush hosts a visit by the Boston Red Sox, the 2004 World Series champions, Wednesday, March 02, 2005. “You know, the last time the Red Sox were here, Woodrow Wilson lived here. There were only 16 teams in baseball then. After the World Series victory in 1918, a reporter from Boston said, "The luckiest baseball spot on Earth is Boston, for it has never lost a World Series." That's one optimistic writer,” said the President. White House photo by Paul Morse

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