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Sox magic continues…. take a 1-0 lead in the series

  BOSTON STAYS HOT IN GAME 1 • Tonight’s Game 1 victory by the Red Sox marked the Club’s sixth consecutive win in Game 1 of the Fall Classic (also 1975, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2013). The six-game winning streak in the opener of the Fall Classic is tied for the second-longest streak in World Series history. The St....
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World Series starts tonight !

PAIR OF ACES: Among active pitchers who have thrown at least 1,000.0 innings, tonight’s starters are the only 2 with a career ERA below 3.00 (Kershaw-2.39, Sale-2.89). >>> Sale and Kershaw have opposed each other only once in the regular season...On 6/15/12 at Dodger Stadium, LAD earned a 7-6 win over CWS, but neither starter earned a...
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For many Red Sox fans success of the hometown team remains a family affair

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Senior Staff Writer When Red Sox left fielder Andrew Benintendi tracked down the hard-hit ball off of the bat of the Astros outfielder Tony Kemp to closeout the American League Championship Series for the Sox late Thursday night, I – like the rest of baseball fans in New England – celebrated as if I was on the roster.  My Bud Light Lime tested...
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