Yanks vs. Sox still all about October

Time to get pumped for Opening Day ... but let's not get ahead of ourselves

Updated: April 3, 2010, 11:38 PM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

The two best teams in baseball open the season against each other Sunday night, and six months from now, they will close it the same way. But only one of them can get to the World Series and nothing that happens Sunday night at Fenway Park will offer the slightest clue as to which one that will be.

The Yankees and Red Sox played nine times last season before the Yankees were finally able to come away with a victory, and that wasn't until Aug. 6, when precisely two-thirds of the season ...

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