Germantown, Wisconsin (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
The Yankees and Red Sox have already played four games this season. The Red Sox hosted the Yankees April 20-21 for a two game series. A third game was scheduled to be played on April 22, but that game was cancelled due to inclement weather. The Yankees also visited Boston July 6-8 for a four game series. The Yankees were victorious in that series with a record of 3-1.
Baseball fans do not have to wait much longer for the Yankees and Red Sox to meet again. The Red Sox will invade Yankee Stadium on July 27-29 for three games. These games are sure to be exciting for many reasons. Yankee Stadium is one of the iconic locations in baseball. Every baseball fan should see a game at Yankee Stadium at least one time, and there is no better game to watch than a rivalry game versus the Red Sox.
The Yankees are having a great season so far. They are currently in first place in the Eastern division of the American League. The Red Sox are extremely talented, but they have struggled at times this season. They are currently sitting in fourth place in the East.
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