Pomeranz labored through his five innings, throwing 123 pitches over that span. Was it your imagination or was he 3-2 to almost every Yankee hitter he faced?
He allowed six hits and walked a pair while striking out seven to improve his record
The Red Sox and Yankees traded single runs in the first two innings before the Boston bats really went to work. Moreland and Ramirez each homered in the fourth to give the Sox a 4-1 lead.
Benintendi (pictured) hit his eighth of the year with two out in the fifth to increase the lead to 5-1.
New York rookie phenom Aaron Judge was part of two epic at bats - one against Joe Kelly in the seventh in which Kelly hit 104 MPH on one pitch, and the other in the ninth off Kimbrel in which he fanned on three pitches of 99 MPH or better.
Craig Kimbrel struck out the side in the ninth inning to record his seventeenth save.
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