Five Reasons to Watch Opening Day 2010 MLB: Yankees VS Red Sox

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Five Reasons to Watch Opening Day 2010 MLB: Yankees VS Red Sox

Five Reasons to Watch Sunday Night Baseball

Opening Day is here and although it is a very long season there are still reasons to get excited over the first week of major league baseball. The first game of the season is a nationally televised game on ESPN Sunday Night baseball between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.

#5) The best rivalry in all of sports—these teams don’t like each other at all and although it is just the first game of a very long season these teams will want to start the season off with a win and it would be even sweeter to beat a team that you hate!

#4) Aces Wild–Pitching—If you like pitching then this game will feature two of the best. CC Sabathia goes for the Yankees and he will take on Josh Beckett of the Red Sox. Will the fact that Beckett does not have a contract yet affect the way he throws? C.C has a history of starting slow but was 3-1 last year against the Sox, this has all the makings of a pitching duel.


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#2) New Players-New places: the Yankees lost Johnny Damon and grabbed Curtis Granderson while the Red Sox let Jason Bay go and grabbed Adrian Beltre. One game will not be the deciding factor but it will be interesting to see how the new players do in new uniforms as part of one of the best rivalries in sports.


#1) Baseball is back! Even if you’re not a fan of either team but just like the game baseball is back! A great matchup in a classic ballpark to start the season on a Sunday night is worth watching, unless you would rather watch 60 minutes.


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