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Red Sox Looking Good: But Does It Matter?

BOSTON - OCTOBER 16:  Mark Kotsay #11 of the Boston Red Sox is greeted by teammates David Ortiz #34 and Jason Varitek #33 after scoring the tying run in the eighth inning against the Tampa Bay Rays in game five of the American League Championship Series during the 2008 MLB playoffs at Fenway Park on October 16, 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
dan SmithContributor IJune 20, 2016

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OK, I am looking at the Sox and they look really, really, really Good. In fact, they look great, but they don't look like a lock, which to tell the truth, is a good thing.

It is a long season, so lets take a look at it again come the All Star Break.  But with that said, you have to say with the way things look now, there is a fairly large gape between the top three teams in this division—Sox, Rays, Spankees—and the rest of the AL.

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