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Judge powers Yankees past Red Sox with late home run

Judge powers Yankees past Red Sox with late home run


New York Yankee led the American League (AL) East on Wednesday, defeating the Boston Red Sox 9-6 at Yankee Stadium.

Entering the eighth inning, below 6-5, Yankee scored four runs under the control of the game.

Outfielder Brett Gardner led Yankee with a third with a deep center, scored two runners.

Then, Aaron Judge broke the two-run home run and finished his three-hit game. Judge, batting.

308 races this season, three races in RBIs and walking on foot There are now nine homers and 27 RBIs in this session.

Hanley Ramirez took Boston to seventh in the seventh inning for a while, who used to run at home before the 14th race or seventh in the seventh inning. But New York hit the last time.

Neither the pitcher, Rick Porcello for the Red Sox nor Manchihiro Tanaka Yankees, had been running for a long time

or had a great success at night. The porcelain allowed five runs off the score in 5.1 innings, and Tanaka was taken out

after making four runs in 5.1 innings. But close to the Yankees, Chelsea fired the team to save the team.

With the victory, Yankee 26-10 improved. The Red Sox fell in 25-11.

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