Brett Gardner's grand slam off Red Sox reliever Ryan Brasier in the bottom of the seventh served as Wednesday night's crushing blow in yet another Boston loss, this time 5-3 to the Yankees who swept the brief two-game series.
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Eovaldi (pictured) went six innings in the no-decision outing, holding New York to just one run (unearned at that) on three hits and a walk while striking out six.
Brandon Workman set the stage for Brasier allowing a leadoff single and a pair of walks while striking out one before leaving.
Martinez and Rafael Devers had two hits in the loss. Mookie Betts, who continues to look lost at the plate went 0-4. Dustin Pedroia left the game in the second inning after experiencing discomfort in his surgically repaired left knee.
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