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Alex Cora not worried about Red Sox' sudden offensive struggles in ALCS: ‘I don't see it as a slump'

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

The Red Sox' offense is sputtering at the worst time, and they urgently need to get going again as they suddenly face elimination in the American League Championship Series.
What a difference two games have made. After exploding for 21 runs across their Games 2 and 3 victories, the Red Sox have been silenced. Three runs over their Games 4 and 5 losses, capped by a three-hit performance in Wednesday's Game 5 loss, in which Framber Valdez dominated them for eight innings
Inside the clubhouse, there's no panic. The Sox have been mostly hot in October, but their best run producers have...
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