The Yankees–Red Sox rivalry is a rivalry between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox baseball teams of Major League Baseball (MLB). The two teams have competed in MLB's American League (AL) for over 100 seasons and have since developed one of the fiercest rivalries in sports. In 1919, Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold star player Babe Ruth to the Yankees, which was followed by an 86-year period in which the Red Sox did not win a World Series. This led to the popularization of a superstition known as the "Curse of the Bambino", which was one of the most well-known aspects of the rivalry.

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  • The Yankees–Red Sox rivalry is a rivalry between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox baseball teams of Major League Baseball (MLB). The two teams have competed in MLB's American League (AL) for over 100 seasons and have since developed one of the fiercest rivalries in sports. In 1919, Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold star player Babe Ruth to the Yankees, which was followed by an 86-year period in which the Red Sox did not win a World Series. This led to the popularization of a superstition known as the "Curse of the Bambino", which was one of the most well-known aspects of the rivalry. The rivalry is often a heated subject of conversation, especially in the home region of both teams, the Northeastern United States. Until the 2014 season, every season's postseason had featured one or both of the AL East rivals since the inception of the wild card format and the resultant additional Division Series; they have faced each other in the AL Championship Series three times. The Yankees won twice, in 1999 and 2003; while the Red Sox won in 2004. In addition, the teams have twice met in the last regular-season series of a season to decide the league title, in 1904 (when the Red Sox won) and 1949 (when the Yankees won). The Yankees and the Red Sox finished tied for first in 1978; subsequently, the Yankees won a high-profile tie-breaker game for the division title. The first-place tie came after the Red Sox had enjoyed a 14-game lead over the Yankees more than halfway through the season. Similarly, in the 2004 AL Championship Series, the Yankees ultimately lost a best-of-7 series after leading 3–0. The Red Sox comeback was the only time in baseball history that a team has come back from a 0–3 deficit to win a series. The Red Sox went on to win the World Series, effectively ending the 86-year-old curse. The Yankees–Red Sox match-up is regarded by some sports journalists as the greatest rivalry in sports. Games between the two teams often generate considerable interest and receive extensive media coverage, including being broadcast on national television. Many national networks, including ESPN and Fox Sports, broadcast the games on the weekend. Yankees–Red Sox games are some of the most-watched MLB games each season. Outside of baseball, the rivalry between the two teams has led to violence between fans, along with attention from politicians and other athletes. (en)
  • 波士顿红袜和纽约洋基是两支美国职棒大联盟的球队,双方均处在美国联盟东区,彼此间的竞争关系延续了一个多世纪,在体育竞技的范畴中堪称“死敌”。这种情绪和关系在美国职业体育的历史上非常著名也异常激烈,双方的矛盾在某种程度上也客观反映了“波士顿-华盛顿都会区”宗教、政治和文化的差异和冲突。 由于以前MLB的季后赛只允许各个分区常规赛冠军球队参加,所以波士顿红袜和纽约洋基一直没有机会在季后赛中相遇,直到MLB实行了外卡制度,才给了两支同属美国联盟东区的球队在季后赛中比拼的机会。双方在美国联盟冠军赛中一共交手三次,纽约洋基队于1999年和2003年获胜,而波士顿红袜队则在2004年获胜。另外,追溯至20世纪上半叶,双方曾两度为了冠军头衔而竞争,其中波士顿红袜在1903年击败了对手,而纽约洋基则在1949年折桂。1978年两队第一次在常规赛季中胜率相同,不得不以一场附加赛来决定美联东区的冠军归属,结果纽约洋基以5比4获胜,进而获得了当年的世界系列赛冠军。 从历史的角度上来说,纽约洋基的战绩要远远好于波士顿红袜,但是在2004年美联冠军系列赛中,红袜队在0比3落后的情况下,连赢4场,最终反败为胜,为自己赢得了“翻盘之王”(The King of Comeback)的称谓,并在当年打破了贝比鲁斯魔咒,时隔86年后获得了世界冠军,从那时起至今,红袜队保持着对洋基队的相对优势 。 (zh)
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  • 波士顿红袜和纽约洋基是两支美国职棒大联盟的球队,双方均处在美国联盟东区,彼此间的竞争关系延续了一个多世纪,在体育竞技的范畴中堪称“死敌”。这种情绪和关系在美国职业体育的历史上非常著名也异常激烈,双方的矛盾在某种程度上也客观反映了“波士顿-华盛顿都会区”宗教、政治和文化的差异和冲突。 由于以前MLB的季后赛只允许各个分区常规赛冠军球队参加,所以波士顿红袜和纽约洋基一直没有机会在季后赛中相遇,直到MLB实行了外卡制度,才给了两支同属美国联盟东区的球队在季后赛中比拼的机会。双方在美国联盟冠军赛中一共交手三次,纽约洋基队于1999年和2003年获胜,而波士顿红袜队则在2004年获胜。另外,追溯至20世纪上半叶,双方曾两度为了冠军头衔而竞争,其中波士顿红袜在1903年击败了对手,而纽约洋基则在1949年折桂。1978年两队第一次在常规赛季中胜率相同,不得不以一场附加赛来决定美联东区的冠军归属,结果纽约洋基以5比4获胜,进而获得了当年的世界系列赛冠军。 从历史的角度上来说,纽约洋基的战绩要远远好于波士顿红袜,但是在2004年美联冠军系列赛中,红袜队在0比3落后的情况下,连赢4场,最终反败为胜,为自己赢得了“翻盘之王”(The King of Comeback)的称谓,并在当年打破了贝比鲁斯魔咒,时隔86年后获得了世界冠军,从那时起至今,红袜队保持着对洋基队的相对优势 。 (zh)
  • The Yankees–Red Sox rivalry is a rivalry between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox baseball teams of Major League Baseball (MLB). The two teams have competed in MLB's American League (AL) for over 100 seasons and have since developed one of the fiercest rivalries in sports. In 1919, Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold star player Babe Ruth to the Yankees, which was followed by an 86-year period in which the Red Sox did not win a World Series. This led to the popularization of a superstition known as the "Curse of the Bambino", which was one of the most well-known aspects of the rivalry. (en)
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  • 波士顿红袜和纽约洋基 (zh)
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