The 1967 Boston Red Sox made an Impossible Dream come true for all Red Sox Fans. When the season began, Las vegas assigned the Red Sox a one in one hundred shot to capture the American League pennant. Their fate remained in doubt until the very last game of the season. This truly was a team that captured lightning in a bottle. They were counted out time and time again, but always countered with the unlikely. They lost their star fielder when local hero, Tony Conigliaro, was nearly killed by a fastball thrown by Jack Hamilton of the California Angels. They entered the last week of the season with only a mathematical chance at the pennant. Yet each time they reached a little deeper to find their magic. Relive this remarkable season through the reflections of the '67 team members.