12:21 AM EDT, Fri September 21, 2018
Pinstripe Alley 51 mins ago
Yankee pitching can’t hold off Red Sox bats, lose series finale 11-6

Yankee pitching can’t hold off Red Sox bats, lose series finale 11-6

We knew it was only a matter of time before Boston’s bats woke up. This game had everything you’d want from the Yankees’ offense. Big home runs, a half-Interstate worth of traffic on the basepaths, some speed, and the starter knocked out after four innings. In the end, though, pitching cost the Yankees a chance at a sweep, with Boston taking the series finale 11-6. Luke Voit got the offense rolling with a record-breaking home run. In the second inning, following Gary Sanchez’s walk, Voit absolutely crushed a ball more than 400’ into Monument Park. The home run was Voit’s tenth...
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Red Sox finally clinch AL East vs. Yankees despite Giancarlo Stanton's grand slam

Red Sox finally clinch AL East vs. Yankees despite Giancarlo Stanton's grand slam

It took two tries, but the Red Sox overcame Giancarlo Stantons grand slam and clinched the AL East with a win over the Yankees.         
SNY TV 1 hour ago

Tanaka, bullpen falter as Yankees fall to Red Sox 11-6

The Yankees were unable to complete a sweep of the Red Sox as Masahiro Tanaka and the bullpen struggled in their 11-6 loss.
Pinstripe Alley 2 hours ago
Yankees make home run history against Red Sox

Yankees make home run history against Red Sox

The 2018 Yankees just became the first team to boast 12 players with double-digit dingers. The Yankees made baseball history on Thursday night against the rival Red Sox. With New York trailing 3-0 in the bottom of the second inning, Luke Voit crushed an Eduardo Rodriguez fastball. The blast sailed over the dead center-field wall and into Monument Park. The two-run shot was Voit’s 10th dinger of the year. It put the Bombers back in the game, and immortalized the 2018 squad in baseball lore. New York now boasts 12 players with double-digit home runs this season, becoming the first team in...
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John Sterling belts out Giancarlo Stanton home run call on Boston radio airwaves

John Sterling belts out Giancarlo Stanton home run call on Boston radio airwaves

After making news with his Giancarlo Stanton home run call earlier in the season, John Sterling got a chance to try out the call on a new audience.