The 5 Biggest September Collapses in ...

The 5 Biggest September Collapses in Baseball History

There are 1 comment on the WFNT-AM Burton story from Sep 10, 2012, titled The 5 Biggest September Collapses in Baseball History. In it, WFNT-AM Burton reports that:

On July 18 the New York Yankees held a comfortable lead in the A.L. East and seemed destined for a deep playoff run.

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#1 Sep 10, 2012
Those were certainly memorable September collapses but what about the 1978 Red Sox? Sure, they began their slide in August but they held a 14.5-game lead and ended their season losing a one-game playoff to the Yankees thanks to Bucky DentÂ’s homer off the foul pole.

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