Chris Sale held the Yankees to just one hit over seven innings and Rafael Devers put up a 5-for-5 performance as the Red Sox rebounded to pound the Yankees 11-0 Saturday night in the Bronx.
Devers (pictured) put Boston on the board in the top of the first inning with a grand slam off New York starter Sonny Gray who never got out of the third inning. Still only 21, Devers became the youngest player to hit a grand slam in the long-running rivalry passing Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams.
Chris Sale was absolutely electric.
He allowed a one-out single to Giancarlo Stanton in the bottom of the first before settling in. He struck out eleven and retired the last sixteen in a row he faced.
Sale walked just one as he improved his record to 8-4 and lowered his ERA to 2.41.
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