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The Red Sox look to pick up some ground on the Yankees tonight.


A potentially season deciding series upon us, the Red Sox need to reach back for their every facet of the game, all of which they know they have the talent for. While it may be slumping relative to recent years, the Red Sox offense is more than capable.

This series will partially decide the season, in my individual opinion, for both New York and Boston since the Yankees don't have enough vulnerabilities to slip out of the lead themselves. Only an equally great team like Boston or Anaheim can do the correct amount of standings-damage to topple the Empire.

However, the probable pitchers don't promise 3 or even 2 W's for the series. No, the closest thing Boston has to a guaranteed win is when Beckett is on the mound, but even then New York will pull out C.C. as a counter-balance. For the two games prior to their game is Penny vs Petite and Tazawa vs Burnett. Penny has had a mix and match season and Tazawa, I'm sure, has yet to get over the images of A-Rod's game winning swing that haunt his dreams.

By Zachary Gallant


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