After selling dearly for the loss in the first game of the series in Boston, the Red Sox found themselves vastly outmatched by yankees Y New York came out of Fenway Park with victory by score of 12-5.
In this game, the Yankees did not expect anything and showed their offensive power by putting together a four-race rally courtesy of a unstoppable producer of Gleyber Torres and a Josh Donaldson’s three-run homer.
The response was immediate and the Red Sox avoided the shutout with a double by Christian Vázquez that pushed Rob Refsnyder and JD Martínez.
Compared to first meetwhen Boston got dangerously close twice, in this game the Yankees built a comfortable lead through the first four innings. Those in charge of generating five more annotations were Matt Carpenter (extra base and home run), joey rooster (triplet) and error of Christian Vázquez.
In that same episode, Trevor Story and Bobby Dalbec returned hope to the Red Sox dugout with a pair of lonely home runs. To make the commitment more interesting, in the sixth chapter Xander Bogaerts pushed Refsnyder with a sacrifice roll.
However, the final third of the game belonged entirely to the visitors, who scored one run per inning. On the seventh roll Marwin González masterfully executed a touch of the ball and Aaron Hicks scored; subsequently, Torres drove the second of his personal account and on the ninth reel, outfielder Jackie bradley jr, in the role of pitcher, walked to Kiner-Falefa and José Treviño closed the blackboard.
Winners and losers of the match
The winner of the match was the Dominican Miguel Castro, who came on to replace Néstor Cortés and worked 1.1 innings, allowed one hit and struck out three times. The loser was starter Connor Seabold, who in 2.2 innings took seven clean touchdowns. Also, Lucas Luetge added his first save of 2022.
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Yankees beat Red Sox for second night in a row in Boston