Red Sox vs Yankees – Game Recap – September 23, 2022

NEW YORK–Aaron Judge was played without Homer for the third game in a row, making him 60 for the season and one shy of Roger Maris’ MLS record, the New York Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 Friday. night.

Jose Trevino customized the tiebreak with two wins in the eighth, and the first-placed Yankees cut their magic number down to five to claim the AL East title.

With four of Maris’ kids on the field once again, Judge earned a 1 for 4 with a sharp single. He struck twice and lifted a high fly into left field, provoking the 47,346 bluffing crowd for a second or two.

The champions have two games left to play the Maris at their current home in New York – Saturday afternoon and Sunday night against rival Red Sox. Next, the Yankees head to Toronto and only have three home games left, from September 30 to October 2, against Baltimore.

Since calling the 60th on Tuesday night against Pittsburgh, the closest judge to the 1961 Maris mark equation was a 404-feet taken in front of the central field fence Thursday night.

One night after the Yankees wrapped up their sixth straight berth in the playoffs, ace Gerrit Cole and manager Aaron Boone were ejected in a sixth brawl with board referee Brian Knight.

Harrison Bader drew an infantry double in the eighth round and was credited with a stolen base when a groundbreaking attempt by Matt Strahm (3-4) allowed him to reach third.

Trevino distinguished himself by positioning himself in the next field.

Jonathan Loisiga (2-3) made two goalsless runs to win, working around a pair of singles in the ninth inning.

Boston’s Alex Verdugo tied Homer by three games in the sixth inning. Tommy Pham also ran up against Cole, who has sent 31 long balls this season — mostly in the MLS.

Verdugo sent a fastball at 100mph into the Yankees’ center right, after Cole thought he had a hit at the finish. The right-handed dropped his head and leaned behind the pile as Verdugo slowly walked around the bases.

After the inning, Cole angrily pointed at Knight and was sent off for the first time in his career – even though the five-time All-Star would probably have finished all night anyway after 103 shots.

Boone joined the controversy and was eliminated for the 24th time as a manager – and the seventh in his career this season.

Hitting in front of a judge, hitter Aaron Hicks fired his number 100 in the Major League and added an RBI single. Jleber gave New York a 4-1 lead, two times ahead of starter Rich Hill, in fifth.

The judge placed one tough song in seventh and made it to base safely in 22 consecutive games that is the season’s highest.

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Red Sox: RHP Nathan Eovaldi (shoulder inflammation) allowed three runs over three rounds at the start of rehab for Triple-A Worcester, throwing 57 throws. He has been out of action since August 19. Yuvaldi and 2B Trevor Storey (bruised left heel), who were listed as injured for 10 Thursdays, are retroactive to Monday, and both hope to return before the season ends. …with Game of the Day coming up on Saturday, All-Star SS Xander Bogaerts have been rested. The Bogaerts started the night hitting .314, finishing second in the AL to Judge (.316), and could be the biggest hurdle between a Yankees slugger and Triple Crown. …Christian Arroyo was back to rejoin the team after a bout of flu and Boston was hoping he would be available on the bench.

Yankees: 1B Anthony Rizzo was out of the starting line-up with Badr. The referee started in the middle of the field and moved to the right at nine when Badr remained in the match. … INF DJ LeMahieu (Inflammation of the Toe) has been practicing batting and will likely be off the injured list next week in Toronto.

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Red Sox RHP Nick Pivetta (10-11, 4.35 ERA) starts Saturday against Domingo Germán (2-3, 3.12), who has only made 2 and 3 runs since September 7.

Judge is 5 for 11 (.455) in his career against Bivita with two home runs – both this season (#32 on July 16 and #56 on September 13).

Pivetta has an 8.78 ERA in seven career games against New York and is 0-3 with an 11.57 ERA over three games at Yankee Stadium. He has given up eight homers over the course of 18 2/3 rounds in four starts versus New York this year.


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