That time has come again.
The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox will begin a four-game series Thursday night at Fenway Park.
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Red Sox manager Alex Cora spoke to MLB Network Radio Monday about the series:
“It should be fun. But first things first, we got a chance to win a contest [Tampa Bay Rays] series. They are a good team and now we fight with them as much as we fight them with the wildcards. We expect this to continue all the way to the end… [The Yankees] They are the best team in the major leagues. They’ve been solid from day one with out against us on opening day, and they haven’t slowed down. So it will be a challenge. We know offensively what they offer, but I think their staff have done a great job all season, from start to finish. So we just have to be prepared. But, at the same time, I hate to get ahead of myself. We have a very solid team across Diamonds, so let’s take care of the business first, and then we’ll be ready for New York.”
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The two teams last faced each other in April, with the Yankees playing two of three games.
On Tuesday, the Red Sox lost 8-4 to Rice. Boston hosts Tampa Bay again on Wednesday before facing the Yankees Thursday.
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