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Red Sox Play At Milwaukee For First Time Since 2003

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(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Boston Red Sox make their first visit to Milwaukee in almost 14 years as they get ready for a three game Interleague series starting tonight. The two teams used to compete in the same division, the American League East, for 22 seasons ending in 1993. The Red Sox are third in the A-L East at 17-14, four and one half games behind the division leading New York Yankees. The Brewers are now fourth in the National League Central, after getting within one percentage point of the division lead two weeks ago but the Crew is still at .500 at 16-16 after winning at Pittsburgh on Sunday to complete a 3-3 road trip. Boston shortstop Xander Bogaerts has an eleven game hitting streak, while Milwaukee’s power hitting first baseman Eric Thames got his first homer since April 25th on Sunday when he fell a triple short of the cycle.

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