Red Sox strike first in ALDS Game 4, take 3-0 lead

Doug Mendoza
October 14, 2018

"You woke a sleeping giant", Teixeira said, per the New York Post.

Boston Red Sox's Brock Holt follows through on a triple against the New York Yankees during the fourth inning of Game 3 of baseball's American League Division Series, Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in New York.

The Red Sox got to CC Sabathia in the third inning of Tuesday night's ALDS Game 4 in the Bronx. The big right-handed boppers, Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, were coming up, and Cora didn't like the odds of them batting for the third time against Porcello.

Yankees: CF Aaron Hicks hopes to be back in the lineup after missing Game 2 because of right hamstring tightness, but Boone said it was unclear if the leg might need another day to deal. "The good thing about today is it's one game. And tomorrow's obviously do or die". There was a TBS report that he began to warm up only 10 minutes before the game began, but Boone insisted he had enough time to get ready.

"This one I'll remember for a long time", said Holt, unaware of his achievement until told by a television reporter right after the final out. "I warm up quickly". Sure, he hit the home run against a backup catcher in the ninth inning. He left with the bases loaded and nobody out in the fourth and was charged with six runs and seven hits.

By the seventh, the stands had started to empty.

It's a new phenomenon for numerous young players on the Yankees, who only have the last two seasons, and maybe the 2015 Wild Card Game, to draw on.

The second-string catcher actually hit 90 miles per hour with his fastball. "I think the connection that our players and our fans have is a special one, and now you put it in the postseason, and you bring the Red Sox, a rival who was a great team this season, and I think it's going to be electric". "I saw Romine was on the mound".

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In the Yankees' Game 3 loss on Wednesday, McCutchen went 0-4 against Nathan Eovaldi and the Boston bullpen.

Boston first baseman Steve Pearce stretched for an outstanding catch that nipped Torres. No, it wasn't Andrew McCutchen. "No, I'm kidding", Holt said about how much credit Cora should take.

"Yeah, I think that's something that really started a year ago, as this fan base absolutely connected with this new young corps that has developed", Boone said. Two more runs came around to score on a two-out double by Ian Kinsler and a RBI single by Eduardo Nunez.

A year earlier, Boone's 11th-inning homer off Tim Wakefield won Game 7 and the AL pennant.

It was a sharp turnaround for Severino.

Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel tossed a football with pitching coach Dana LeVangie before throwing a baseball in the outfield. Congrats to him on memorable performance.

Before the game, Cora was outspoken about a "very slim" chance he would use Sale, yet there was the lanky lefty trotting in from the bullpen to start the eighth, and three batters later, he was trotting into the dugout for high fives. Like I always say, I care about my arm and being healthy.

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