Chris Young: Red Sox Offense Believes It Can Come Back From Any Deficit

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The Boston Red Sox’s offense is floating on cloud nine these days, and with due cause.

Boston ranks first in the American League with 170 runs (third in the majors), first in baseball with 320 hits and a .284 team batting average, and first in the AL with an .807 OPS (third in majors).

So it comes as no surprise that Sox outfielder Chris Young told NESN’s Gary Striewski that the team feels no deficit is too large to overcome. That’s good news for the Red Sox, who at 19-13 entering Tuesday, are on pace for 93 wins and certainly will need a few more come-from-behind-wins along the way.

Check out the rest of Young’s comments, as seen on “Red Sox First Pitch,” in the video above.

Thumbnail photo via Winslow Townson/USA TODAY Sports Images

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