Yankees Make Changes to Game 3 Lineup With Aaron Hicks Still Out

Yankees Make Changes to Game 3 Lineup With Aaron Hicks Still Out

Yankees Make Changes to Game 3 Lineup With Aaron Hicks Still Out

But the Red Sox escaped one batter later when Gleyber Torres grounded out to Eduardo Nunez at third base. The throw from Eduardo Nunez was almost off the mark, but was saved by Pearce, who sprawled to the ground to make the catch.

The play at first base was close, so both teams and a sellout crowd held their breath during a dramatic replay review before the out call was upheld following a 63-second delay.

For the first eight innings, the Yankee bats looked lifeless, managing just four hits and one run on a Brett Gardner sac-fly.

If the Red Sox win the ALDS, then Houston will travel to Boston for Game 1. They will face the unsafe Houston Astros in the American League Championship Series, but let's give the clubbies time to wash the beer and champagne out of the uniforms before diving too deeply into that matchup. Sabathia appealed a five-game suspension from Major League Baseball that would not take effect until next season. NY manager Aaron Boone said Hicks was doing "considerably better", and sitting him was a much more hard decision than it was Saturday. But not only did they pop bottles-they did so to Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York".

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With Luis Severino scheduled to pitch Game 3 of the ALDS, there's nothing like a bit of gossip surrounding the Yankees ace to get the juices flowing. Matt Barnes and Ryan Brasier followed with a flawless inning each to protect a 4-1 lead, and Red Sox ace Chris Sale followed with a 1-2-3 eighth in a rare relief appearance. It was a much-needed display of offensive prowess from the catcher, who became the proverbial whipping boy of Yankees fans after batting just.186 during the regular season.

He was supposed to be the Game 3 starter, but given Cora went to Porcello in Game 1 for two outs, he figured Nathan Eovaldi could do the job.

"I mean, if my pitching coach said that [it was late] to you, you can believe it".

Following Benintendi's hit, the Red Sox extended the lead on a single to left by Steve Pearce off Chad Green. But the relief corps also came through well enough to send the Red Sox past a fellow 100-win team in the Yankees.

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Yankees: The 38-year-old Sabathia (9-7, 3.65) will be on 11 days' rest when he makes his 23rd postseason start.

Before the last two games, NY was 7-0 at home over the past two postseasons.

Those hits came a night after Brock Holt and Rafael Devers helped the Red Sox roll to a 16-1 rout in Game 3. Sabathia wouldn't offer any specifics on his beef with Hernandez on Tuesday, but the two chatted after the first inning as the left-hander departed the mound.

Red Sox: 1B Mitch Moreland sat out after leaving Game 2 when he hurt his right hamstring running the bases.

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