Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees Free Live Stream (9/22/22): Watch MLB Online | Time, TV, Aaron Judge’s house chase channel

The New York Yankees, led by right-back Aaron Judge, are closing in on Roger Maris’ home record, facing the Boston Red Sox in a regular game Thursday, September 22, 2022 (9/22/22) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York.

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Here’s what you need to know:

what or what: MLB Regular Season

From: Yankees vs Red Sox

WhenThursday, September 22, 2022

where: Yankee Stadium

time: 7:15 p.m. Eastern time

Television: fox

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Live broadcast: DirectTV Stream (Free trial)

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Here’s the Yankees’ TV/streaming schedule for this week

Thursday, September 22, 2022

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

time: 7:15 PM ET

Television: Fox (national)

  • Stream FOX here: DirecTV Stream (free trial), fuboTV (free trial)

Friday 23 September 2022

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

time: 7:05 PM ET

Television: Not available (streaming exclusively on Apple TV +)

  • You can stream to Apple TV + here

Saturday 24 September 2022

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

time: 1:05 PM ET

Television: Yes Network, NESN (Domestic Markets), MLB Network (Out of Market)

  • Stream YES Network here: DirecTV Stream (Free trial)
  • Stream NESN here: DirecTV Stream (free trial), fuboTV (free trial)
  • Stream the MLB Network here: DirecTV Stream (free trial), fuboTV (free trial)

Sunday 25 September 2022

Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees

time: 7:08 PM ET

Television: ESPN (national)

  • ESPN stream here: DirecTV Stream (free trial), fuboTV (free trial)

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Aaron Judge disappointed fans by staying stuck at 60, but doubled down and scored in Oswaldo Cabrera’s first Grand Slam tournament that kicked off the New York Yankees with a 14-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night.

A day after scoring 60th for a stunning five-stroke rally in the ninth, which Giancarlo Stanton crowned at the end of the bout, the judge doubled down on the first pitch ahead of him in the first and fifth innings. Looking back at another time during Round Eight, judge walked four pitches from rookie Eric Stout as the selling crowd of 46,175 booed loudly.

Judge went 2-4 and with 14 games remaining and was home shy of tying the MLS record set by Roger Maris in 1961. Judge leads the AL on average (.317), runs and RBIs (128), in position to become the first Triple Crown winner in a decade.

Cabrera and Gleyber Torres had five RBIs each. Torres finished twice in the eighth inning, bringing his season total to 23.

The applause began whenever the judge walked into the circle on the deck, and the fans stood and posed for pictures. The sons of Maris and the judge’s family were in the stands.

The first started against rookie Roasny Contreras (5-5) with a liner to the left and the fifth started with a single hopper over the left field wall.

New York closed (90-58) in its sixth straight berth after the season ended and 24th in 28 years. Tonight the Yankees started 5 1/2 games ahead of second-placed Toronto in the AL East.

Cabrera made the Yankees the first team in major league history to finish a Grand Slam game and beat another team in the first half of their next game, according to STATS. The only previous two teams to hit slams in the final game and first to next were the 1955 Boston Red Sox and the 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers.

Cabrera has had three Homers and 14 RBI in 30 games since his debut on August 17. With the bases loaded on Judge’s double and a pair of walks by Contreras, Cabrera drove a glider suspended in the right field stands.

New York have fought four championship titles in four games against the Pirates this season, including back-to-back rounds on July 6. The Yankees’ 10 championships this season are the biggest since 2012.

Harrison Bader earned a two-double for a big eighth and has five RBIs in his first two games for the Yankees.

Luis Severino (6-3) returned from a strained lower right muscle that had kept him out since July 13 and allowed one run and two hits in five rounds with six strokes. It hit 98.9 mph.

Contreras had the top 10, allowing six runs and six strokes in 4 2/3 innings.

Ke’Bryan Hayes had a fly and an individual RBI for Pittsburgh (55-94).

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Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre won 4-3 at Lehigh Valley Tuesday night when Ronald Guzman scored in the seventh inning of the slam.

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Torres joined forces with Joe Dimaggio, Joe Pepitone, Cliff Johnson, and Alex Rodriguez (twice) as the Yankees to knock out two creepers in the inning.

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New York’s Tuesday averaged 539,000 win over the Yankees’ YES network, its most prime-time viewer for a game other than the Mets’ confrontation since 557,000 in an 11-game game against Atlanta on August 2, 2018. Yes it’s 352,000, an increase. 23% from last year and the highest since 2011.

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ONeil Cruz of Pittsburgh got his Paul O’Neill shirt number 21 and chatted with O’Neill – named after him – via video chat. O’Neal has not been vaccinated against COVID-19 and is broadcasting Yankees games from home in Ohio.

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Yankees: RHP Scott Effross (Shoulder Strain) will be activated Thursday. …LHP Zack Britton has finished his minor league rehab job after Tommy John’s surgery and hopes to be revitalized in a few days. … INF-OF Matt Carpenter (fractured left foot) underwent an X-ray on Tuesday and cleared for more weight-bearing work. He’ll have another x-ray in nine or 10 days. … New York is trying to pick the right time to activate INF DJ LeMahieu (right second toe), which probably isn’t 100%. …Aaron Hicks was feeling ill and left the field before the match.

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Buccaneers: RHP Mitch Keller (5-11, 4.03) opened a four-game streak at home Thursday against RHP Hayden Wesneski of the Chicago Cubs (1-1, 2.30).

Yankees: RHP Jameson Taillon (13-5, 4.04) started Thursday’s opener of a four-game streak against Boston and RHP Michael Wacha (11-1, 2.61), who was 8-0 in his last 12 games.

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Ryan Novozinsky can be reached at rnovozinsky@njadvancemedia.com.

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