'Still, We Believe': Die-Hard Red Sox Fans Profiled The citizens of the "Red Sox Nation" are perhaps the most faithful -- and broken-hearted -- of all baseball fans. Their hope, enthusiasm and sorrow are documented in a new film, Still, They Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with director Paul Doyle about the enduring love affair between the Boston baseball team and its fans, despite the team's so-far unsuccessful decades-long hunt to win the World Series.
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'Still, We Believe': Die-Hard Red Sox Fans Profiled

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The citizens of the "Red Sox Nation" are perhaps the most faithful — and broken-hearted — of all baseball fans. Their hope, enthusiasm and sorrow are documented in a new film, Still, They Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with director Paul Doyle about the enduring love affair between the Boston baseball team and its fans, despite the team's so-far unsuccessful decades-long hunt to win the World Series.

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