Series Recap: 5/8-5/10 at NYY

Records Entering Series: BOS (25-9, 1st in AL East), NYY (24-10, 2nd in AL East) Quick Take The Red Sox and Yankees entered this set with the two best records in the MLB, sharing almost identical, but flipped, arks to the season. Boston started off 17-2 and had since cooled down a bit, and the... Continue Reading →

Series Preview: 5/8-5/10 at NYY

Records Entering Series: BOS (25-9, 1st in AL East), NYY (24-10, 2nd in AL East) This series should be a doozy. The Boston Red Sox head into New York with STILL the best record in baseball, but the Yankees are inarguably the MLB's hottest team, with a record of 15-1 in their last 16. After... Continue Reading →

Series Recap: 4/10-4/12 vs. NYY

Records Entering Series: NYY (5-5, 3rd in AL East), BOS (8-1, 1st in AL East) Quick Take Boston took 2 out of 3 from New York in a heated battle of the two AL powerhouses. The Red Sox pitching was magnificent in games 1 and 3, and the offense clicked throughout the whole series. Boston... Continue Reading →

Series Preview: 4/10-4/12 vs. NYY

Records Entering Series: NYY (5-5, 3rd in AL East), BOS (8-1, 1st in AL East) The Boston Red Sox are off to their hottest start in franchise history. At 8-1 and riding an 8-game winning streak, they welcome the New York Yankees to town for a 3-game set that will act as the first true... Continue Reading →

A Rivalry Renewed: Red Sox vs. Yankees

There reportedly was a fight between two women, one in Red Sox gear and the other sporting Yankees threads, in the parking lot of George M. Steinbrenner Stadium in Tampa, Florida yesterday ahead of the Sox' Spring Training clash with the Yankees. That's the most indicative anecdote of any to show how fierce the rivalry... Continue Reading →

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