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Fans See Red Sox, Yankees as Most Likely World Series Champions

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Twenty-four percent (24%) of major league baseball fans believe the Boston Red Sox are going to win their second World Series title in just four years this season. However, 19% think that the New York Yankees will win it all for the first time since the Fall Classic of 2000. Currently, the two teams are fighting it out for the American League East championship. The winner will get bragging rights, but the loser is virtually assured of entering the play-offs as a Wild Card team.

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