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The Boston Red Sox are coming off a good year in the 2016 MLB season. After winning the 2013 World Series, the Red Sox posted a 93 win season and placed first in the American League East in the 2016 MLB Season. However the Red Sox were swept by the Cleveland Indians in the American League Division Series. Look for the Red Sox to continue that success in the 2017 MLB season and make a run at the MLB playoffs again and the 2017 World Series.

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