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October 22, 2004




Governor Mitt Romney today placed a friendly wager with Missouri Governor Bob Holden over the outcome of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals. The best of seven series kicks off tomorrow night at Fenway Park.


The wager calls for the Governor who represents the losing team to wear the winning team’s jersey during a photo opportunity with the media.


Romney said he was confident the momentum of the Red Sox would culminate in a Red Sox victory.


“After devouring the Big Apple, Red Sox Nation is hungry for more,” Romney said. “This time, the Cardinals won’t have Enos Slaughter or Bob Gibson to save them. St. Louis is the gateway to the next Red Sox championship.”


“We welcome the Red Sox to Missouri. I look forward to seeing Governor Romney during the World Series. I am confident he will look great in Cardinal Red,” said Holden.


This morning, Romney met up with New York Governor George Pataki in Manhattan to collect on their bet from the Red Sox-Yankees American League Championship Series, which ended on Wednesday night with a Boston victory. Pataki donned a Red Sox jersey as he and Romney ate breakfast together.




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