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

20 August 2017

Drama, drama and more drama. "People in NY have never been really nice to me, but they hate me now".

Sonny Gray gets officially introduced to the intensity of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry when he faces Boston in the finale of a three-game series at Fenway Park Sunday. Yet the Red Sox were only 1-2 in those games, and Sale got a no-decision in the lone victory, a 10-inning affair last Sunday night in NY. Sandy Leon drove in one run with a groundout and Bradley delivered a two-out RBI single, with Devers beating Brett Gardner's throw home with a nifty headfirst dive. Here's the game-by-game of the series. "We showed a lot of resiliency being able to bounce back and nobody gave up". The Red Sox scored five runs in his four losses.

With the team trailing 6-3 following a Yankees four-run sixth inning, the Red Sox bounced back with two runs in the seventh to cut the lead to 6-5.

"I just think that if there's anyone in the community that feels uncomfortable because of the symbol or a reminder of the past, it's incumbent on us to at least examine the issue, and that's what we're going to do", Kennedy said Thursday, according to CNN affiliate WBZ. And after a come-from-behind victory Friday night that stretched Boston's lead in the American League East to five games, Sale had a chance to bury the Yankees by flummoxing them again Saturday night. His two-out, two-run double in the ninth Wednesday gave the Red Sox their ninth walkoff win of the season, tied for the major league lead.

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Recently, three high-profile incidents of apparent racism at Fenway - two targeting black baseball players - also have revived concerns about the organization's reputation.

Aaron Judge made outs twice last night with the bases loaded: once on a groundout and once on a strikeout. "[Catcher Gary] Sanchez threw a bullet right to second base".

With speedy Mookie Betts on second in the bottom of the inning, Hanley Ramirez hit a rocket to the left side and Frazier dived to grab it. Johnson reached 250+ K's in 25 or fewer starts four times in his career, while Pedro and Sale have each done it once.

With a light rain falling most of the early innings, Pomeranz pulled up after throwing his second pitch to Chase Headley in the fourth. He was seen pointing at his back during a mound visit and was replaced by Brandon Workman. "It happens sometimes. I should be fine in a couple of days, or tomorrow even".

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But in his previous at-bat, Devers had cranked a home run to dead-center that caromed off the wall and into the stands for a ground-rules dinger.

In San Diego, Yangervis Solarte hit a two-run home run off Stephen Strasburg in the first inning of the right-hander's first start in nearly a month.

Christian Vazquez added a solo shot in the fifth.

"Honestly, we're not talking about a human being here, we're talking about the name of a street", he said. "It's not any one guy".

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