á Yogi Berra said it best: It's deja vu all over again. For the third time in as many years, and fourth in the last six, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will face off against their postseason nemeses, the Boston Red Sox. In the past, the Red Sox have delivered nothing short of a royal beating to our beloved Halos. But as Angels center fielder Torii Hunter said on ESPN radio last week, things will be different this year. At least, they should be. The Angels took the season series from the Red Sox for the second year in a row, going 5-4 in nine contests, including two series victories and a 4-2 record at the Big A.á They also featured the most productive lineup in Angels history, leading the league in team batting average at .285 and setting a new single season franchise record with 883 ...
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