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Paul Sullivan: Another Red Sox title seems inevitable as September finally arrives

PHILADELPHIA - September finally is here, and despite some tight races and several contenders for the major awards, the only meaningful question remaining in the 2018 season is whether anyone can stop the Red Sox from winning their fourth World Series of the 21st century.

At this point, the answer seems obvious.

Barring a playoff collapse, another Red Sox title looks like a slam dunk.

With 93 wins heading into Friday's game against the White Sox, the Red Sox

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