Red Sox fans score last minute tickets to Game 6

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October 30, 2013, 7:49 pm
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(NECN: Greg Wayland, Boston) - The Boston Red Sox are looking to win their first World Series title at home since 1918, and some fans camped out hoping for last second tickets at the stadium as prices on the secondary market remained at record highs.

The camped out fans were a long mob trailing up Lansdowne Street in the shadow of Fenway and at the head of the line were people I interviewed days ago.

"Fantastic to be out here," says one fan surrounded by loved ones waiting for tickets for Game 6.

A pair of fans were lucky enough to receive what they said were free - that's right, free - tickets to Game 6.

"Just know the right people," one of the lucky fans says.

Tags: world series, Boston, red sox, fenway park, Boston Red Sox, Greg Wayland, World Series 2013
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