Joe Buck Talks World Series, The 2018 Red Sox, And Boston's Dominance

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Adam Kaufman and Joe Buck at Fenway Park. (Adam Kaufman/WBZ NewsRadio 1030)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- This week, WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman spoke with sportscaster Joe Buck about the 2018 World Series--and how he often ends up calling some of Boston's biggest games. Buck said that's worked out pretty well for the Red Sox and Patriots so far. 

"For as much as, 'Ah, you're rooting against my team!' every time I show up, they end up playing pretty well," Buck said. "I think I'm 5-1 in their championship games, 3-0 with the Red Sox, and we'll see how this thing turns out."

Buck talked about calling the Red Sox' curse-breaking 2004 World Series win, and how things have changed since then.

"To now be sitting here where you could win four in fifteen years, that's just unheard of in today's game, let alone the 86-year drought," he said. 

Kaufman and Buck talk about the running perception that he hates everyone else's teams, how the 2018 Red Sox' chemistry compares to past World Series teams, Kurt Schilling not being included in the 2004 team's throwing of the first pitch, whether or not Mookie Betts will play second base, and more--listen to the full interview below.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports

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