Just because: Red Sox-Yankees brawl from 1967
Let us fondly remember a Boston-New York donnybrook from, oh, 45 years ago.
On June 21, 1967, the Red Sox and Yankees played a bit of baseball in between some shoving, punching, Greco-Roman wrestling and -- one presumes -- liberal use of naughty words. Please note that in the 1960s, you strolled into a developing brawl because, well, what's the hurry?
Double bonus: You'll also see nifty plays by Carl Yasztrzemski and Mickey Mantle, who were pretty good at their chosen profession.
Of course, 1967 turned out to be a pretty good year for Boston.
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