Red Sox vs. Yankees: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 3

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Red Sox vs. Yankees: 3 Up, 3 Down for April 3
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Clay Buchholz looked good in his season debut.

After winning the season opener on Monday, the Boston Red Sox came out even stronger against the Yankees in the second game of the season in the Bronx.

In the first night game for both teams on Wednesday, the Red Sox's bullpen stole the show, but this time the star was starting pitcher Clay Buchholz.

The Boston offense was again productive—collecting seven runs and although Sox batters didn’t draw as many walks as they did in the opener, they continued to work the count and forced New York pitchers to throw 177 pitches over nine innings.

Here is my three up, three down for the second game of the 2013 season.

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