• New night, same story: Red Sox survive late Yankee rally, take finale 3-2 in 10

    It was déjà vu for the Yankees in the Bronx Sunday night, as they fell behind early–the Red Sox scored twice in the second inning–and saw their late-inning rally disappear when Pedro Ciriaco dropped a big hit to re-take the lead. Starters Hiroki Kuroda and Felix Dubront both pitched fantastic games, with the only blemishes on either record coming in the top of the second–when Kuroda allowed two runs on a double to Ryan Sweeney–and the bottom of the seventh–when Russell Martin (yes) hit a home run into the right field stands. With the win, the Sox clinched their first series victory against the Yankees since last August.

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