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Sale Gives Up Two Home Runs, Yankees Edge Red Sox 4-3

Sunday, August 20, 2017

 

Tyler Austin hit a three-run home run to help Yankees beat Red Sox

Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale gave up a three-run home run to New York’s Tyler Austin and a solo home run to Todd Frazier, as the Red Sox fell 4-3 to the New York Yankees on Saturday night at Fenway Park.

The loss drops the Red Sox to 70-52 on the season and trims their AL East lead to four games.

Yankees Use Long Ball to Beat Red Sox

With the game tied at zero in the top of the 2nd inning, New York’s Didi Gregorius doubled to right field. Following Gregorius, Todd Frazier drew a walk to put two men on with one out in the inning.

New York’s Tyler Austin followed and drilled a home run over the Green Monster to give the Yankees a 3-0 lead.

The Red Sox would get two runs back in the bottom of the 5th. Jackie Bradley Jr. hit an RBI single to score Rafael Devers and cut the Yankees lead to one, 3-2.

In the top of the sixth, New York’s Todd Frazier hit a solo home run over the Green Monster to put the Yankees up 4-2.

The Red Sox would get one back in the seventh to cut the Yankees lead to 4-3, but they were unable to get the tying run across. 

Next up

The Red Sox and Yankees wrap up their series on Sunday, August 20 at 1:35 p.m.

The pitching matchup is Boston’s Rick Porcello against New York’s Sonny Gray.

 

Related Slideshow: The History of Baseball in Central Massachusetts

Baseball and Central Mass. go way back - to the 1860s. The local historical landmarks range from  Mudville to Hotel Vernon to Fitton Field. A version of these highlights is posted on the site of the new, yet-to-be-formally-named Worcester Baseballteam of the three-year-old Futures Collegiate Baseball League.

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Worcester Tornadoes

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Worcester Baseball

Last month, the Futures Collegiate Baseball League announced the formation of the Worcester Baseball franchise, which will play its first season next summer. The team is owned by the family that owns and operates Creedon and Co. The prominent Worcester catering service will be the food-and-beverage vendor at home games at Fitton Field, at the College of the Holy Cross. Through Octobert 25, Worcester Baseball is conducting a name-the-team competition.

 
 

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