Boston Cops Vigilant as Series Progresses Police will attempt to keep the fans orderly in Boston if the Red Sox win their first World Series since 1918, but without using the same type of pepper-pellet guns that killed a student and allegedly injured two other fans seriously last week. NPR's Tovia Smith reports
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Boston Cops Vigilant as Series Progresses

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Boston Cops Vigilant as Series Progresses

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Police will attempt to keep the fans orderly in Boston if the Red Sox win their first World Series since 1918, but without using the same type of pepper-pellet guns that killed a student and allegedly injured two other fans seriously last week. NPR's Tovia Smith reports