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Today in Red Sox History
June 28th

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1919 Red Sox right-hander Carl Mays hurls two complete games, beating the Yankees, 2-0, in the first game and losing the nightcap, 4-1. The submariner will be traded to the Yankees at the end of July.
1949 Joe DiMaggio returns to the lineup after missing the first 69 games of the season due to an ailing heel. The Yankee Clipper will hit four home runs in a three-game sweep against the Red Sox.
1984 Dwight Evans completes a cycle with a walk-off home run, becoming only the fourth major league player to accomplish the feat. The Red Sox outfielder's game-ending three-run blast in the 11th inning gives Boston a dramatic 9-6 victory over Seattle at Fenway Park.
2006 With his worst outing in the two seasons with the Mets, Pedro Martinez is routed by his former teammates in his return to Fenway as the BoSox maul the Mets, 10-2. The crowd, who chanted "Pedro! Pedro!" before the game, showed their appreciation of the Dominican's history as a Red Sox player with a standing ovation during yesterday's video tribute which highlighted the right-hander's achievements with Boston.

4 Fact(s) Found