Boston, Massachusetts 2021-07-24 20:34:00 –
Boston (AP) — Rogue Ned Odor’s two-run double highlights a four-run rally in the eighth inning after Boston took the lead early with two mistakes and the New York Yankees beat the Red Sox 4-3 on Saturday. did.
Gleyber Torres has added a Go Ahead bloop single for the Yankees. The Yankees have won their third victory in 12 games this season against their longtime rivals.
The Red Sox, who won four straight games, placed runners in second and third place with two outs in the ninth inning before Aroldis Chapman beat Kike Hernandez in his 18th save.
New York will be able to win a four-game series split on Sunday at Fenway Park. The Yankees, who may have dropped a double-digit match from first place in the American League East, moved within eight games from the Red Sox.
Boston starter Nathan Eovaldi was blowing a breeze, throwing a shutout in two outs in eight innings before being lifted after Brett Gardner’s RBI single.
“Yes, that was a good thing. There is no doubt about it,” said Yankees manager Aaron Boone. “Eovaldi held down a significant portion of the day and suddenly took the lead.”
There is a reason he is a nasty Nate. pic.twitter.com/oAzm3CcFSx
— Red Sox (@RedSox) July 24, 2021
This is the first time the Red Sox have lost a lead of more than two runs this season.
“That’s difficult,” said Red Sox manager Alex Cora. “It’s one of the unfortunate things, but we’re moving forward.”
Adam Ottavino (2-3) reassured and allowed Giancarlo Stanton’s group double ground rules. The smell drove a tying hit from the green monster, and Torres chased the single that fell to the right field line.
“If you look at my body language during the game, I think it was pretty clear that I was stabbed throughout the ordeal,” Ottavino said of the two group hits.
New York starter Jameson Taillon (6-4) gave up 3 runs (1 goal) in 7 innings, hit 4 and walked 3.
“I thought I did a good job early on to minimize it,” said Tyrone, who gave up the run in each of the first three innings. “It’s not a shock to be able to connect something together when Eovaldi was out.”
Eovaldi was charged with two runs, hitting eight without a walk. He threw 82 out of his 100 balls for a strike.
“I feel like I’ve made some mechanical adjustments to get the timing right,” says Eovaldi about the ball / strike ratio. “I feel like it was shown today.”
Hernandez kicked Tyrone’s third pitch out of the green monster, and when second baseman Odor’s relay set sail on a protective net above New York’s dugout, he slipped third from his head and stepped home.
What if Kike touches everything and says it’s not even Homer? !! pic.twitter.com/xuBPx5IxWf
— Red Sox (@RedSox) July 24, 2021
Taylor gave up three earned runs after three career starts with the Red Sox. They took advantage of the two errors of odor and scored three points against him in the first three innings.
“This is a good thing,” Boone said. “Last month or so, there was more than a share of bowel punches.”
DJ LeMahieu increased his on-base percentage by 1 to 5 in a double and increased his consecutive on-base percentage to 34 games. This matches the longest single-season string by the Yankees player since the 2012 Hall of Fame Derek Jeter.
Yankees: Boon wants C Gary Sanchez, who left the match on Friday with a backache, to return to the lineup on Sunday. Boone said he was being treated and “a little better”. … RHP Luis Severino threw 38 pitches from the mound on Saturday. The club decides whether he will throw a simulation game or start rehab within a few days. … Boon also said that 3B Gio Urshela (COVID-19 IL) could be activated on Sunday. … OF Aaron Judge and C Kyle Higashioka will both join the Boston team on Sunday in COVID-19, Illinois and join the series in the fight against Tampa Bay.
Red Sox: Cola said LHP Eduardo Rodríguez, who started twice on Friday with migraine symptoms, “feels better” after exchanging texts with him. Cola doesn’t think it puts him on the injured list. … LHP Chris Sale, returning from Tommy John’s surgery, will begin his second rehab of Double A Portland on Sunday. He hit 98 mph on Tuesday at Sea Dogs for a 32/3 hitless inning.
RHP Domingo German (4-5, 4.71 ERA) will head to the Yankees on Sunday. LHP Martin Perez (7-6, 4.16) is scheduled for Boston. Perez lost at Yankee Stadium last Sunday night and gave up three runs in four innings.
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