Boston, Massachusetts 2021-07-18 09:19:14 –
The New York Yankees overcame two long rain delays and finally won the coveted victory for the Boston Red Sox.
After a long night at Ballpark on Saturday, the Yankees aim to win the Red Sox for the second time in a row as rivals finish their three-game series on Sunday night in New York. The Yankees were 1-7 in the season series and played in the past. Two meetings with six players on the COVID-19 injured list, including Aaron Judge and Gio Urshela. In the first game without them, the Yankees were held on Friday with three hits with a 4-0 loss.
But Saturday was a different story. New York made a timely hit with a 3-1 victory with shorter rains.
Gerrit Cole hit 11 for the Yankees and threw a 6-inning one-run ball.
“I thought it was a big win,” Cole said. “I thought about the last seven defeats (against Boston). There were a few games we played in. Perhaps we ended up with a W and couldn’t fully tilt the scale. … in our favor. “”
DJ LeMahieu hit the RBI single that tied the game in the fifth inning, and Gary Sanchez and Gleyber Torres hit home runs in the sixth inning. After the Yankees hit the sixth inning, the game eventually stopped, so these homers turned out to be more important than usual.
Boston has lost five of the last seven games and is trying to avoid three consecutive losses after the only match of Christian Arroyo’s RBI single. The Red Sox lacked Xander Bogaerts due to pain in his left wrist, but All-Star shortstops will play on Sunday.
The Red Sox also wants to capture the series while encountering better behavior from Yankee fans. Left fielder Alex Verdugo was hit by baseball in the bottom of the sixth inning, urging manager Alex Cora to temporarily pull the player off the field.
“This is just a game,” Cola said. “It’s a game. It’s not life and death, it’s not this drama. It’s not the fact that people came to the stadium and they decided to throw baseball at one of the players. I’m what it happened. I was shocked.
“I don’t care how much you want to talk. I don’t care about rivalry,” Verdugo said. “After all, it’s just a game.”
Jameson Taillon (4-4, 4.90 ERA) will start New York on Sunday. Tyrone has been 3-0 and ERA has been 3.49 in the last five starts since winning one at the start in Philadelphia on June 12.
Taillon made his last pitch in Houston a week ago, allowing two runs and three hits in six innings and making no decision. Prior to his start in Houston, he allowed one run in Seattle on July 6th with four hits in the season’s best seven innings.
Taillon’s ERA is 2.19, with two career starts with Boston and no two decisions. With his start with the Yankees, Taillon allowed three runs with six hits in the 51/3 innings on June 5.
Martin Perez (7-5, 4.04), who made the shortest start, concludes the Boston series. Perez lost to the Philadelphia Phillies 11-2 on July 10 and allowed 6 hits and 3 runs in 32/3 innings.
Since allowing the Toronto Blue Jays 5 runs in 11/3 innings with an 18-4 defeat on June 13, Perez has been 3-1 with 2.74 ERA in the last five starts.
Left-handed is 2-3, 7.08 ERA with eight career starts with the Yankees.
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