Found April 21, 2012 on Beer Mug Sports:
The New York Post celebrated the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park with a killer of a headline today.  100 Years of Ass Kicking, commemorates the Yankees dominance over the Red Sox's in the past century.  Through the 2011 season, the Yankees have an all-time record of 1,129-953-14 against the Red Sox, and here is how their World Series history matches up: Teams †SeriesWinsSeriesPlayedLastWonLastPlayed New York Yankees (AL)[prev. Highlanders] 27 40 2009 2009   Boston Red Sox (AL)[prev. Americans] 7 11 2007 2007

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