(Nathan Eovaldi – @RedSox)
The Red Sox rolled to a 16-1 win over the Yankees, in Game 3 of the ALDS on Monday night at Yankee Stadium.
Boston now leads the series, 2-1, and they can close it out at The Stadium Tuesday night.
This was the largest margin of defeat for the Yankees in a postseason game, 15 runs. It was also the largest defeat by a home team in Major League postseason history.
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Game 3 of the ALDS between the Yankees and Red Sox is on Monday night at Yankee Stadium, with the series tied at one game apiece after the teams split over the weekend at Fenway Park.
The Yankees’ starting pitcher will be Luis Severino, who had a nice outing in last Wednesday’s Wild Card Game, and Nathan Eovaldi, who pitched for the Yankees a couple years ago, will be going for the Red Sox.
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(The Judge’s Chambers – Photo by Jason Schott)
During the American League Division Series against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium, the Yankees will honor heroes in the Judge’s Chambers.
The Yankees will host families of fallen NYPD officers for Game 3 on Monday night, and American Red Cross volunteers who assisted with relief efforts of Hurricane Florence for Game 4 on Tuesday night.
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The Red Sox made a surprise announcement on Sunday that they will be going with Nathan Eovaldi instead of Rick Porcello as their starting pitcher in Game 3 of the ALDS on Monday night at Yankee Stadium with the series tied at one game apiece.
When the Red Sox acquired Eovaldi from Tampa Bay in July, the move was done with the postseason in mind.
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(David Ortiz of the Red Sox getting a hit in front of Yankees catcher Jorge Posada)
The 2004 American League Championship Series is remembered for the Red Sox’s historic comeback from a 3-0 deficit to stun the Yankees.
The most memorable moments were the Red Sox coming back against Mariano Rivers in Game 4, including Dave Roberts’ stolen base, followed by Bill Mueller’s liner back up the middle to score him with the tying run in the eighth inning; Ortiz’s walk-off homer that night; Curt Schilling’s heroic effort and his bloody sock in Game 6, and the Red Sox blowing out the Yankees 10-3 in Game 7.
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The Red Bulls, behind two early first-half goals, beat the San Jose Earthquakes, 3-1, on Saturday night at Avaya Stadium. This was their first win in San Jose since 2003.
The Red Bulls improved to 20-7-5, with 65 points, and remain just one point back of Atlanta (20-6-6, 66 points) for the Supporters’ Shield and Eastern Conference lead. Atlanta beat New England 2-1 on Saturday.
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(Gary Sanchez watching one of his home runs – @Yankees)
The Yankees, backed by a pair of home runs from Gary Sanchez and one from Aaron Judge, rolled to a 6-2 win over the Red Sox in Game 2 of the ALDS at Fenway Park to even the series.
The Yankees now have a chance to clinch the series at home, as the next two are at Yankee Stadium, Monday and Tuesday nights.
The Yankees were 6-0 at home in last year’s playoffs and won the Wild Card Game at The Stadium Wednesday night, so it is a realistic possibility that they can close it out at home and not have to return to Boston.
Continue reading ALDS Game 2: Sanchez Slams Sox To Help Yankees Even Series
The Yankees will be looking to even up the ALDS with the Boston Red Sox in Game 2 on Saturday night at Fenway Park.
Boston needs to hold serve and preserve home field with a win to guarantee that they can get the series back to Boston for a Game 5, if necessary, because the Yankees have turned their building into an imposing place to play in the postseason.
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(Gleyber Torres – @Yankees)
The Yankees lost a nailbiter Friday night, 5-4, to the Red Sox in the first game of the ALDS.
The Yankees can take a lot of positives from the loss as they head into Game 2 Saturday night. They nearly stole a win in a game started by Boston’s ace Chris Sale and their bullpen shut out the Red Sox for the final five innings after starter J.A. Happ left the game.
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(Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel – @RedSox)
The Yankees nearly made up a five-run deficit on Friday night at Fenway Park, but Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel closed them out in a 5-4 Boston victory.
It didn’t take long for the Red Sox to get to Yankees starter J.A. Happ, who pitched well against Boston in the regular season.
Continue reading ALDS Game 1: Kimbrel Closes Door On Yankee Comeback