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Red Sox sellout streak at Fenway ends at 794 regular season games

The sellout streak at Fenway Park ended at 794 regular season games. (J Rogash/Getty Images) The sellout streak at Fenway Park ended at 794 regular season games. (J Rogash/Getty Images)

The Boston Red Sox ended an 86-year streak of not winning a World Series championship when they finally got over the hump in 2004 and brought the trophy back to Beantown.

The Red Sox will be looking to start another streak after tonight's game against the Baltimore Orioles. The Red Sox failed to sell out Fenway Park for the first time in 794 regular-season games, and 820 games including the postseason.

The streak began on May 15, 2003 and ended with a sellout in Monday's 2013 home opener, which was a 3-1 victory over the Orioles.

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