1. Doug Fister Throws First Red Sox One-Hitter Since 2013

    Fact: Doug Fister threw a one-hitter as the Red Sox beat the Indians 9-1 on Tuesday night, becoming the first Boston pitcher to do so since Jon Lester in 2013...

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  2. Aaron Judge's Streak of Games with a Strikeout Ends at 37

    Stop the presses— New York Yankees star Aaron Judge didn't strike out Tuesday. Jason Beck of MLB ...

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  3. Yankees Catcher Gary Sanchez Blasts 493-Foot Home Run vs. Tigers

    Aaron Judge isn't the only member of the New York Yankees capable of crushing moon-shot home runs. In the top of the first inning of Tuesday's game against the Detroit Tigers ...

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  4. Red Sox Phenom Rafael Devers Is Taking over AL Pennant Race at Just 20 Years Old

    Rafael Devers ' official nickname is "Carita," the Spanish word for "baby face." For the Boston Red Sox , though, he might as well go by "The Difference." The 20-year-old third baseman didn't make his major league debut until July 25...

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  5. Aaron Judge Breaks Record for Most Consecutive Games with Strikeout

    New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge set an MLB record Saturday by striking out in his 36th consecutive game. According to MLB...

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  6. Tom Koehler Traded to Blue Jays for Minor League Prospect Osman Gutierrez

    The Toronto Blue Jays have acquired right-handed pitcher Tom Koehler from the Miami Marlins . The Blue Jays announced the deal that sends minor league pitcher Osman Gutierrez to the Marlins for Koehler...

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  7. Aroldis Chapman Removed as Yankees Closer Following 4 Straight Poor Outings

    As Aroldis Chapman continues to struggle, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi sounds like he is open to a closer by committee. Per MLB ...

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  8. Manny Machado Hits 3 HR, Including Walkoff Grand Slam vs. Angels

    Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado flexed his muscles Friday night in a 9-7 win over the Los Angeles Angels ...

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  9. Drew Pomeranz Suffers Lower Body Injury vs. Yankees

    Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz was forced to leave Friday night's game against the New York Yankees in the fourth inning due to back spasms, per Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe ...

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  10. Derek Jeter, Wife Hannah Celebrate Birth of Daughter Bella Raine

    Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and his wife, Hannah Jeter, welcomed their first child on Thursday...

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  11. Yawkey Foundation 'Disheartened' to Be Linked to Racial, Political Controversy

    The Yawkey Foundation has responded to comments from Boston Red Sox owner John Henry about the team's desire to lead an effort to get the street named after Tom Yawkey changed...

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  12. New York Yankees Troll New York Mets After Sweep

    Following a 7-5 win at Citi Field on Thursday night, the New York Yankees established themselves as the kings of the Big Apple with a four-game sweep of the crosstown rival New York Mets ...

    Zac Wassink Written by Zac Wassink about 4 months ago 13,510 reads 0 comments

  13. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox: Odds, Analysis, MLB Betting Pick

    The Boston Red Sox (69-51) open a key three-game series against the New York Yankees (65-55) on Friday as small home favorites at the sportsbooks. The Red Sox just won two straight over the St...

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  14. Luis Severino Exploded from $225K Signing into MLB Ace with 101 MPH Heat

    Luis Severino was two outs into the seventh inning and 106 pitches into his day's work when Jose Peraza stepped to the plate on a recent Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium...

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  15. John Henry Says Red Sox Want to Change Yawkey Way Name Due to Racist Legacy

    Boston Red Sox principal owner John Henry wants his franchise to pave the way for the city to change the name of Yawkey Way due to the racist history associated with the street's namesake, Tom Yawkey...

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  16. Yankees on Aaron Judge's Wild Year: 'If He's Struggling, Everybody's Struggling'

    Aaron Judge has set a lot of records so far this year. He broke Joe DiMaggio's Yankees team record of 29 homers for a rookie. He set a Statcast record for highest exit velocity by hitting a solo home run off Chris Tillman in June at 121...

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  17. New York Yankees: 5 Stars Who Need to Step Up ASAP Before It's Too Late

    The New York Yankees saw their timetable for contention expedited this season with a strong first half, and they're in prime position to at least claim a wild-card spot. With a 63-54 record, they sit 4...

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  18. Boston Red Sox: 5 Reasons They're the New Team to Beat in the AL

    The Boston Red Sox have been a contender all season, and lately they've looked like the team to beat in the American League . Since July 31, Boston has won 12 of games, including an eight-game winning streak...

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  19. Aaron Judge Sets Record for Most Consecutive Games with Strikeout by Non-Pitcher

    It took until his final at-bat, but Aaron Judge set another record during his historic rookie season Wednesday night—just not a great one...

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  20. Aaron Judge Blasts Historic 457-Foot Home Run vs. Mets

    In the top of the fourth inning of Wednesday's game between the New York Yankees and New York Mets at Citi Field, Mets starter Robert Gsellman elected to test Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge ...

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  21. Rafael Devers Sets MLB Record with Game-Tying Home Run off Aroldis Chapman

    Boston Red Sox rookie Rafael Devers not only hit a clutch game-tying home run against the New York Yankees Sunday night, he did it in record-breaking fashion...

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  22. Masahiro Tanaka Placed on 10-Day DL with Shoulder Injury

    The New York Yankees announced Saturday that they placed starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka on the 10-day disabled list because of right shoulder inflammation. Tanaka has struggled through a difficult campaign, as he is 8-10 with a 4...

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  23. Dustin Pedroia Placed on 10-Day DL with Knee Injury

    The Boston Red Sox announced Saturday that second baseman Dustin Pedroia was placed on the 10-day disabled list with left knee inflammation...

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  24. US Army Veteran Chris Rowley Allows 1 Run Through 5.1 Innings in MLB Debut

    The Toronto Blue Jays called up United States Army veteran Chris Rowley to start Saturday's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at the Rogers Centre. Rowley allowed one run through 5...

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  25. Evan Longoria Leaves Game vs. Indians Due to Thumb Injury

    As the Tampa Bay Rays look to keep pace in the American League wild-card hunt, an injury to Evan Longoria 's thumb will only add to their hitting woes...

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