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Why The Yankees Can’t Beat The Red Sox

Published by on June 10, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Two months into the MLB season, few people would have guessed the Red Sox would be looking to get their third sweep of the Yankees. With Boston up 7-0, it is time to look at how they're getting it done. 

So, what exactly makes the Red Sox so unstoppable when playing New York?

First, when comparing the team's batting lineups and offensive attacks, no major difference can be drawn. 

Both the Yankees and the Sox have powerful hitters and a combined team batting average of over .270. I have therefore come to the conclusion that hitting is not the reason why the Red Sox have been able to dominate New York. 

The difference between these two all-star teams lies in the pitching staff of...

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