Red Sox Clash With Yankees On Opening Night Of The Season
Following the collapse in the ALDS to the Los Angeles Angels in October last season, the Boston Red Sox look to start anew as they meet up with New York Yankees on Opening night.
A day in which marks a time of possibility and wonder for fans and teams alike, the Red Sox and Yankees are once again the favorites in the American League to return to the ALCS and World Series.
Josh Beckett toes the rubber along with C.C. Sabathia, with the Yankees looking to start their 2010 campaign a little better than last years, against the Red Sox, as the Sox won the first nine meetings between the AL East foes.
With many new faces added to both rosters, Opening Day has a little more intrigue this year as opposed to years past with the Sox interested in seeing what Adrian Beltre, Mike Cameron, and Marco Scutaro provide both offensively and defensively as well as Nick Johnson and Curtis Granderson for the Bronx Bombers.
What is certain is both teams are trying to win, but each squad realizes it’s not the end of the day or season if they start the season with a win or lose. But with a win on Sunday, the winning team will have bragging rights for two days as the teams have a scheduled day off on Monday before resuming the three-game series on Tuesday.
Happy Opening Day from Chowdaheadz. Go Sox!