The Red Sox ended their worst losing streak to start a season since World War II as Dustin Pedroia homered and drove in three runs to lift Boston to a 9-6 win over the New York Yankees.
You know it’s the start of a Yankees-Red Sox series. There’s just a different feel in Boston when the Yankees are in town.
Determined to add on to the Red Sox’s worst start since 1945, the Yankees hope a change of venue doesn’t bring a change of momentum in the opener of their three-game set Friday afternoon.
Why would Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg decide to take on the most prestigious franchise in the history of professional sports? I’m not sure, but I’m trying to figure it out.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi would have liked the final weekend of the regular season to go smoothly. A rainout at Fenway Park washed those hopes away.
It’s the last three games of the season at Fenway, 180 days since the season opened, and the games don’t matter. The only thing that matters is that the Yankees are playing for the division and home-field advantage.