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Jim Monaghan
Contributing Writer

Hanley Ramirez homered and drove in two runs, and Clay Buchholz provided six serviceable innings as the Red Sox beat the Yankees 7-4 Friday night at Fenway Park.

With the exception of Chris Young, every Red Sox starter had at least one hit as part of Boston's twelve-hit attack.

Photo courtesy of the Boston Red Sox
The Red Sox scored twice in the first on RBI singles by David Ortiz (pictured) and Ramirez. They extended the lead to 3-0 in the fourth on Hanley's 26th home run of the year.

Jackie Bradley Jr. added his 25th home run of the season in the seventh.

Buchholz had runners on base seemingly every time you turned your head, but only gave up two runs, both in the top of the fifth on a two-RBI double by Gary Sanchez.

He went six innings for the win, allowing seven hits and two walks.

Robbie Ross Jr., Brad Ziegler, and Koji Uehara combined for two innings of scoreless relief, allowing just one hit while striking out three. Fernando Abad gave up a two-run blast to Billy Butler in the ninth.

Craig Kimbrel got the final two outs for his 26th save.

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Jim Monaghan 9/16/2016 10:24:00 PM Edit
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