• Red Sox Wrap: Yankees Dodge Costly Sixth Inning Red Sox Rally

    5 days ago - By NESN

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    The Boston Red Sox offense came up short in their rally, losing their second in two consecutive nights against the New York Yankees and falling 5-4 on Friday at Yankee Stadium.
    The Red Sox fell to 72-78, while the Yankees improved to 92-58.
    Check out the full box score here .
    ONE BIG TAKEAWAY
    History will have to wait for yet another day.
    With the Red Sox entering Friday's contest in the first of their final 13 left on the regular season, and the Yankees clinching their playoff berth on Thursday, all eyes remained on Aaron Judge's slugging chase at history.
    However, Major...
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  • Watch Red Sox's Alex Verdugo Crush Game-Tying Homer Vs. Yankees

    Watch Red Sox's Alex Verdugo Crush Game-Tying Homer Vs. Yankees

    5 days ago - By NESN

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    The Boston Red Sox lineup refuses to go down without a fight against Gerrit Cole in the New York Yankees.
    In the first inning, Tommy Pham quickly put the Red Sox on the scoreboard with a solo blast in the first inning on the 11th pitch of the ballgame.
    Then in the sixth inning, with the Red Sox trailing the Yankees 4-1, fellow outfielder Alex Verdugo delivered in the clutch. Following up on a Rafael Devers walk and a Kiké Hernández double, Verdugo came through huge with a three-run big fly - Verdugo's 10th of the season and the second homer from the Red Sox lineup against...
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  • Yankees' Gerrit Cole Blows Gasket, Gets Tossed Vs. Red Sox

    Yankees' Gerrit Cole Blows Gasket, Gets Tossed Vs. Red Sox

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    New York Yankees starting pitcher Gerrit Cole left his outing Friday night in a no good, very bad, rotten mood.
    After striking out J.D. Martinez to end the top of the sixth inning, Cole was visibly frustrated - he did give up a game-tying, three-run bomb to Alex Verdugo in the frame - and took his anger out on the home plate umpire Brian Knight. As the right-hander walked off the mound, he pointed and yelled in Knight's direction and quickly got tossed. It seemed Cole for some reason blamed the umpire for the round-tripper he allowed.
    Following a game-tying homer, Cole...
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  • Ex-MLB GM Issues Critical 2022 Red Sox Season Reflection

    Ex-MLB GM Issues Critical 2022 Red Sox Season Reflection

    5 days ago - By NESN

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    The clock continues to tick before the 2022 Boston Red Sox season door officially closes.
    Entering Friday's road matchup against the New York Yankees 19 games behind the American League East leaders, the Red Sox missed their shot at October contention with a wild card race getting away from them.
    With the series opener serving as more of an Aaron Judge home run watch party than anything, all that's left for the Red Sox at this point is to focus on blueprinting their next World Series contending team this upcoming offseason.
    Former Cincinnati Reds and Washington Nationals...
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  • Watch Red Sox's Tommy Pham Open Game With Homer Vs. Yankees

    Watch Red Sox's Tommy Pham Open Game With Homer Vs. Yankees

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    The Boston Red Sox didn't take too long to get on the board against Gerrit Cole and the New York Yankees on Friday, courtesy of Tommy Pham.
    Pham quickly got the better of Cole, taking his 1-1 pitch to right field on the 11th pitch of the game. Pham's opposite-field blast served as the 17th of his ninth major league campaign and gave the Red Sox a fast 1-0 lead to close out their first inning at-bats against the Yankees right-hander.
    That's gone, Pham. pic.twitter.com/KGU0lhLDMa - Red Sox September 23, 2022
    While most in attendance at Yankee Stadium on Friday await a...
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  • Ex-MLB GM Issues Critical 2023 Red Sox Season Reflection

    Ex-MLB GM Issues Critical 2023 Red Sox Season Reflection

    5 days ago - By NESN

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    The clock continues to tick before the 2022 Boston Red Sox season door officially closes.
    Entering their latest road matchup against the New York Yankees 19 games behind the American League East leaders on Sept. 23, the Red Sox missed their shot at October contention with a wild card race getting away from them.
    With Friday serving as more of an Aaron Judge home run watch party than anything, all that's left for the Red Sox at this point is to focus on blueprinting their next World Series contending team this upcoming offseason for 2023.
    Former Cincinnati Reds and...
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