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The Boston Red Sox come into the postseason as the surprising champions of the American League East and with the best record in the AL, giving them home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
The Red Sox were one of the worst teams in the American League last year, prompting a lot of changes to the roster and staff. While many felt the Red Sox would be improved in 2013, very few could have predicted that they would have this type of success, especially given the medicore starting staff.
Boston finally has Clay Buchholz back in the rotation. He emerged as one of the top pitchers in the league early in the year only to miss most of the season with an injury. He is back and no worse for the wear, giving the Red Sox a chance to match up against other team's top pitchers.
Still, the rest of their rotation really concerns me. John Lackey has been a pleasant surprise, but Jon Lester did not live up to expectations this year.
Boston scored a lot of runs this year without using the home run ball, which actually bodes well for them in postseason play. With that said, Boston is likely going to have to put up a ton of runs to advance deep in the playoffs, and I just think their starting pitching is ultimately going to keep them from getting to the World Series.
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