Red Sox blank Yankees to earn doubleheader split

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Judge, who has 30 home runs, put a charge into an eighth-inning fastball, but came up empty.

"I don't really have a ranking system, but I wouldn't say it was the most hard catch I've ever made", he told reporters, per the Boston Herald.

We'll take Bradley's word that it's not the best of his career, but it certainly is up there, especially given the situation: late in a game against the Yankees, with Aaron Judge at the plate in a pretty crucial July game in front of a national TV audience.

Price pitched eight shutout innings with no walks and eight strikeouts, the first time this season that he'd pitched more than seven innings. Trailing by three and with a runner on, Judge sent David Price's offering deep to center field.

The Red Sox were held to four hits and have gone scoreless in 22 consecutive innings after scoring a run in the third inning of Saturday's five-hour, 50-minute game.

"Sometimes you're not the guy getting a hit".

When the Yankees rolled into New England's living room after the All Star break they were 3 ½ games behind the AL East-leading Red Sox and the deficit will be the same when they open a three-game series against the Twins in Minneapolis on Monday night.

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Acquired as part of last season's Andrew Miller trade, Heller and his new No. 41 struck out three batters in two innings for the win.

Garrett Cooper, who made his major league debut for the Yankees on Friday, doubled in the fifth for his first major league hit.

"Highlight-reel catch against probably the most notarized power guy in the game, and timely". The veteran, however, kept the Red Sox off the board and improved to 8-3 with a 3.54 ERA.

The Red Sox stranded 10 runners and went 0 for 11 with runners in scoring position in the opener.

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

Michael Pineda (partial tear, right elbow ligament) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list.

In Saturday's 16-inning, 4-1 win, Chapman tossed a scoreless 14th after issuing a leadoff walk.

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