Former Boston Red Sox star Rico Petrocelli gives longtime fans an opportunity to relive the magical, unforgettable 1967 season, and younger fans a chance to learn about the year that reversed the fortunes of a dying franchise and served as the catalyst that transformed the Red Sox into one of the best and most popular organizations in professional sports today. Through his anecdotes, the former All-Star shortstop provides a unique first-hand account of that incredible campaign with the added perspective that time can only enhance. Petrocelli, who starred for the Red Sox from 1965-76, was a Red Sox in the worst of times, the best of times, and the greatest of times. From his game-winning home run on Opening Day to his catch for the final out that clinched the pennant, he was a major force on the Impossible Dream. Now he takes Red Sox fans back through the 1967 season, one fascinating tale at a time, along with some of his views from more recent Sox successes.