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Hitters, pitchers were monsters at Fenway

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / September 27, 2004

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It's no secret why the Red Sox finished their regular season at Fenway Park with the second-best home record (55-26) in the majors, trailing only the Yankees (54-24). The Sox were built to flourish in the Fens and proved it by leading the majors in runs scored at home (517) and topping the American League in batting (.304), on-base percentage ... (Full Article: 1148 Words)

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