Every team begins the baseball season in spring training hoping to win the World Series. The Red Sox aren't there quite yet, but they're closer than anyone else.
"We set out from day one to show up everyday and try to win," Dustin Pedroia said. "If you stay relentless to that, more times than not, you're gonna find ways to win and we did that."
Pedroia credited the two players who hit ahead of him in the lineup -- Jacoby Ellsbury and Shane Victorino -- with setting the table in Game 4 against the Rays.
"The two guys in the front of our lineup, the speed they have, they create runs, put pressure on the other team. They've done that all year long," Pedroia said. "We can score in a lot of different ways so it's been great."
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