The Curse of the Bambino
Documentary special which chronicles the rise and struggles of the Boston Red Sox ballclub, who won 15 championships before its owner Harry Frazee sold star pitcher Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees in 1920. The Yankees went on to become a championship team under the hitting power of Ruth, but the Sox's championship drought, which has lasted to this day, is referred to as the "curse of the bambino." On October 27, 2004, the "curse" was finally lifted when the Sox won their first World Series after 86 years. The documentary was updated to reflect this chapter of the story.