Red Sox Drop Another Game Against A.L. East Opponent, 4-11 In Last 15

Still have not turned things around

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July 22

The Boston Red Sox and the American League East do not equal a good combination so far this season.

The Red Sox were slammed by the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night at Fenway Park, losing by the lopsided score of 28-5 to come out of the All-Star break.

In Boston’s last 15 games against the A.L. East, the Red Sox are 4-11.

For more, check out the video above from “Red Sox Final,” presented by Aspiration.

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