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The Boston Red Sox are coming off another terrible year in the 2015 MLB season. After winning the 2013 World Series, the Red Sox posted a 78 win season and placed last in the American League East. Look for the Red Sox to rebound in the 2016 MLB season and make a run at the MLB playoffs and 2016 World Series.

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