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As hits drop, things fall into place

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / April 19, 2004

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It was quiet all day at Fenway Park. Too quiet. The Red Sox fan base was hoping for a sweep, a mini-Massacre if you will, of the Yankees in their first series here. Instead the Yankees came to life by scoring six runs in the third inning of a 7-3 win, and face the possibility of leaving Beantown with a ... (Full Article: 768 Words)

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