BOSTON (CBSNewYork / AP) – Kiké Hernández hit a double in two game controls with two overtakings in the ninth inning, and the Boston Red Sox took advantage of Brooks Kriske’s record of four wild throws in the 10th round to overtake opponents. prime minister New York Yankees 5-4 on a rainy Thursday night at Fenway Park.
Xander Bogaerts scored on a Hunter Renfroe sacrifice fly in game 10 to win it. The win was Boston’s third in a row and broke New York’s four-game winning streak.
Matt Barnes (5-2), sixth Red Sox pitcher of the night, dropped out on the 10th round but still won. According to STATS, Kriske (1-1) helped Boston with the last two runs to save, becoming the first major jumper to throw four wild throws in an extra time, according to STATS.
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New York took a 4-3 lead in the 10th inning on a Brett Gardner sacrifice from Tyler Wade.
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Boston quickly led it in large part thanks to Kriske’s wild pitching quartet. His first throw sent auto runner Rafael Devers to third base, and his second throw in the ground allowed him to score.
After Bogaerts walked away, Kriske’s control problems continued. Two more wild throws sent Bogaerts into third, setting up Renfroe’s late-game swing to the right.
New York leads 3-1 in ninth place. But after beating Christian Vázquez in the opening game, the Yankees’ right wing, Chad Green, ceded the singles to Alex Verdugo and Bobby Dalbec. In one of the following games, Hernández opened the scoring when his double deep-left scored Verdugo and runner-up Jarren Duran.
The Red Sox had a total of 20 runs in consecutive wins over the Blue Jays. But they were soon trailed by Jordan Montgomery, who did not allow runs and three hits with six attacks and one walk on 5 2/3 innings.
The Yankees could also have been assisted by a 55-minute rain delay in the fifth half while clinging to a 1-0 lead. The extended pause prompted Red Sox coach Alex Cora to withdraw starting player Tanner Houck, who played well in his first game of the major league since April.
Houck allowed one run and two hits in 4 2/3 rounds, hitting eight and two before taking a seat for the night.
New York took a 1-0 lead in the seventh inning as Boston loaded the grounds for Hernández with a goal after Wade mishandled Michael Chavis’ fixture to finish third.
Hernández broke into the short middle, but it was enough for Verdugo to beat home Estevan Florial with a first miss to equalize.
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Yankees: Manager Aaron Boone said a number of players on the COVID-19 list with injuries before the second half started are on track to return soon. RHP Jonathan Loaisiga joined the team in Boston on Thursday. 3B Gio Urshela and the Nestor Cortes Film Festival could rejoin the team this weekend. OF Aaron Judge and C Kyle Higashioka are on their way to join the team ahead of next week’s series in Tampa Bay. … Promoted to RHP Sal Romano from Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre and assigned RHP Asher Wojciechowski on duty.
Red Sox: Put INF/OF Danny Santana on the 10-day injury list with left groin strain and OF/1B Franchy Cordero summoned from Triple-A Worcester.
The Red Sox announced the signings of two of their top picks from the MLB amateur draft earlier this month. Short laner Marcelo Mayer, fourth overall, and second picker Tyler McDonough, third pick, both signed their new contracts. Mayer was at Fenway with her family and took part in batting practice before the game.
Yankees: RHP Gerrit Cole (10-4, 2.63 ERA) will start his 20th season and look for a second straight win over Boston after allowing one run and three hits in six innings in a 3 win -1 in New York this past week.
Red Sox: Eduardo Rodriguez Film Festival (7-5, 5.19) is about to have a 7-match winless streak in New York, after spending 5 innings of 2/3 and not losing in a 4-1 victory over the Yankees last week.
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