Boston Red Sox ALDS: David Price devalued once again vs Yankees

Boston Red Sox ALDS: David Price devalued once again vs Yankees

Boston Red Sox ALDS: David Price devalued once again vs Yankees

A fourth-inning Andrew Benintendi double that cleared the bases, driving in three, turned Yankees-Red Sox Game 3 into a disaster for the home team in The Bronx on Monday night.

"I feel like in baseball it's more important [in] the second half than the first half", Severino said at Sunday's press conference. "I saw he mentioned something to get back in the box, but you know things like that will happen in a game". "He stepped out three pitches in a row after an 0-2 count, and I felt like it was time to throw the pitch". "And I have confidence in myself".

The Red Sox are deciding between right-handers Rick Porcello and Nathan Eovaldi for the third game of the series, Cora said Saturday (via Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston). Porcello has been more effective on the road than at home this year, which seems to bode well for the Red Sox's current situation.

Why he's here: Maybe it's fitting that a guy who played just 54 regular-season games in a Yankees uniform owns one of the biggest homers in the history of the franchise.

Sanchez also had a solo shot in the second inning to give NY a 2-0 lead.

Asked about what he's learned about facing the Red Sox so many times, Severino wouldn't provide much information. As Reggie Jackson once said, they don't boo nobodies.

Last week before the AL wild card game against the A's, Boone spoke eloquently - nearly monologuing - about his fascination in watching the crowd in the Bronx bring their best throughout last October.

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Eovaldi was 3-3 with a 3.33 in 11 starts and one relief appearance for the Red Sox, who acquired him from Tampa Bay in July. Porcello is scheduled to pitch Game 4 on Tuesday.

"Obviously this is my first, but I'm excited", Eovaldi said. "We don't get caught up in anything other than the next game, worrying about that game and doing everything we can to win that one".

".it could be three, could be four, could be - but I'm still open to it being eight innings", Boone said. I was ready to go.

Perhaps more notably, Sanchez brought two more Yankees home with him to extend the lead to 6-1, a margin that was going to be easily insurmountable. Now back at home, will NY win again tonight to grab the lead in the series and pull within one win of taking the series?

"I definitely did not know that. I feel like it's very good, but I can't tell you any specific reason for it". He has held batters to a.228 batting average and recorded a 3.00 ERA in 81 innings with Sanchez, while his ERA is 3.65 and opponents' batting average.250 with Austin Romine catching. So we talked a little bit yesterday.

"But we've got to be smart too".

The Red Sox are 8-1 in their last nine Monday games. Eovaldi's six scoreless frames in his last start here came prior to his bullpen blowing the lead in a 3-2 Boston loss on September 18.

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