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Gov. Patrick, Missouri Gov. Nixon make friendly wager ahead of World Series

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BOSTON ( – Gov. Deval Patrick and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced a friendly wager ahead of Wednesday's World Series opener between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals.

Under the terms of the wager, if the Red Sox win, Gov. Nixon will donate a four-pack of Cardinal Cream Soda from Fitz's Bottling Company in Delmar; a box of chocolates from Bissinger's Chocolates; and an assortment of Italian baked goods from Missouri Baking Company on the Hill.

If the Cardinals win, Gov. Patrick will donate New England Clam Chowder from Legal Sea Foods; a variety of beverages from Polar Beverages; and a selection of baked goods from Dancing Deer Bakery Co. in Boston.

"I thank the producers of these fine Massachusetts products, but I don't think my friend Governor Nixon will get to enjoy them," said Governor Patrick. "The team, the fans, and the Commonwealth are ready for a great series with St. Louis -- and a great victory."

Game one of the 2013 World Series starts Wednesday at 8:07 p.m. on FOX 25.

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