Now this is very interesting. First of all I live along the coast of Eastern Connecticut, which essentially is a battleground between New York and Boston. Sure there is Patriots and Jets/Giants, Celtics and Knicks, but nothing is comparable to the Red Sox and Yankees rivalry. Fortunately my area is covered by the New York radio stations, as well as the Boston stations, but in an area where you're either "for them or for us" it's almost a judgement depending on which team you favor. Growing up it was always fun to have half your friends root for the Red Sox, and half for the Yankees. Yet as I've grown older I've realized it's much more geographical and territorial than I had ever thought. Hands down, the best rivalry in American sports, and I'm lucky enough to be right in the middle of it.
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