What Happened at the Yankees Game Today?

Check out the latest recap of what happened at the Yankees game today, including highlights, stats, and more.

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Yankees Lose to Red Sox

It was a close game, but the Yankees ultimately lost to the Red Sox today. This is the second loss in a row for the Yankees, and they will be looking to bounce back tomorrow. Here are the details of today’s game.

Yankees fall behind early

The Yankees got off to a slow start today, falling behind the Red Sox in the first inning. Things looked promising for a while as the Yankees tied the game in the bottom of the third, but they struggled to keep up with the Red Sox from there on out. The final score was 9-4, with the Red Sox taking the win.

Red Sox pull away in late innings

The Yankees suffered a disappointing loss to their rivals, the Red Sox, today. The game was close throughout, but the Red Sox pulled away in the late innings to win by a score of 8-4.

This loss is a tough one for the Yankees, who are now 2.5 games behind the Red Sox in the standings. The two teams will meet again tomorrow night in Boston for the final game of their three-game series.

Yankees rally falls short

The New York Yankees lost to the Boston Red Sox today by a score of 6-5. The Yankees rallied late, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the deficit. The loss drops the Yankees’ record to 7-8 on the season.


The Yankees won today’s game against the Red Sox with a score of 9-5. This was a big win for the Yankees, and they are now one step closer to the playoffs. Some of the highlights from today’s game include…

Sanchez hits two-run homer

In the bottom of the sixth inning, catcher Gary Sanchez smacked a two-run homer to give the Yankees a 7-6 lead. The home run was Sanchez’s 16th of the season.

Judge makes great catch

In the top of the sixth inning, Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge made a great catch to rob Tampa Bay Rays’ Jeimer Candelario of a hit. Judge tracked the ball to the warning track and made a leaping catch at the last second to take away what would have been extra bases.

Tanaka pitches well in loss

New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka pitched well in a losing effort against the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday.

Tanaka gave up two runs – one earned – in six innings, striking out seven and walking one. He allowed four hits and hit one batter.

It was a much better start for Tanaka than his previous outing, when he gave up six runs in four innings against the Tampa Bay Rays.

The Yankees offense couldn’t get going against Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman, mustering just two hits in seven innings. The Yankees did not score until the ninth inning, when they plated three runs off Blue Jays closer Ken Giles.

What’s Next

The New York Yankees won today’s game against the Boston Red Sox. This means that they are now one step closer to the World Series.

Yankees head to Toronto

The Yankees are off to Toronto for a three-game set against the Blue Jays. They’ll be without Alex Rodriguez, who was placed on the disabled list on Friday with a strained right hamstring. Brett Gardner will take his place at third base.

Red Sox host Orioles

In a crucial AL East matchup, the Sox will look to John Lackey to stop the bleeding as they come off a series loss to the Rays. The Orioles will send Ubaldo Jimenez to the mound, hoping to take advantage of a Boston team that is struggling offensively. Game time is 7:05 PM ET.

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