Twenty-five years have passed since a ground ball slipped through the legs of Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner and broke Boston's heart. In 2004, the Red Sox won the World Series, and life changed for Buckner. These days, Buckner is in a new place while dealing with the moment that has come to define him, even appearing on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, poking fun at himself. E:60's Jeremy Schaap sits down with Bill Buckner a quarter century after the infamous Red Sox Game 6 loss to the Mets to find out what one of baseball's most reclusive players has to say.
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