RESPECT: Yankees Star Praises Jackie Bradley Jr.'s Amazing Catch

Vincent De Villiers
Julho 17, 2017

But in the eighth inning, with the Sox up 3-0, Judge very almost cut New York's deficit to a single run.

It was also 3-0 in the nightcap when Judge, the victor of the All-Star Home Run Derby, came up with a runner on first and launched a high fly ball into the Fenway triangle, just in front of the 420-foot marker. Unfortunately, Fenway Park's wacky dimensions and Jackie Bradley Jr. teamed up to rob Judge.

Boston (52-41) salvaged a split of its four-game series with NY (47-43) after losing the first game of the doubleheader 3-0 earlier Sunday afternoon.

Despite the offensive woes, the Red Sox had a chance to win all four games against the Yankees due to their pitching.

Coming off a Home Run Derby title, Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge is certainly no stranger to blasting pitches over the wall.

David Price pitched a gem in the second game of a double header and the finale of a four-game series in which the Yankees led two games to one. He stepped up to the plate with one out and Gary Sanchez on first base.

Price (5-2) allowed seven hits, walked none and struck out eight.

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Betts' two-out homer in the third inning snapped a stretch of 24 consecutive scoreless innings for Boston.

Yankees manager Joe Girardi talks about the team's bullpen after the Yankees lose at home to the Brewers on Friday, July 7, 2017.

"This is a series dominated by pitching (from) both sides", manager John Farrell said. He made it 3-0 when he singled to lead off the sixth, took second on an error by second baseman Starlin Castro, third on a groundout and scored on Dustin Pedroia's second hit of the game.

The Red Sox were obviously keen on the catch.

While the Sox have not had a significant problem with runners in scoring position most of this season, wasted scoring opportunities have been a pinstriped boogeyman against NY.

In New York's victory in the opener, the Yankees got a solo homer from Gregorius, a sacrifice fly from Ji-Man Choi and an RBI single from Ronald Torreyes.

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