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After Sunday’s finale of the three-game series at Yankee Stadium, the
longtime rivals will not meet again until Aug. 2 at Fenway Park — two days after
the non-waiver trade deadline.
Both teams will play 25 games before the next installment of the rivalry.
The teams head into the ninth meeting with four wins apiece after Chris Sale
fanned 11 in seven one-hit innings in an 11-0 rout Saturday. Rafael Devers hit a
grand slam among a career-high five hits while J.D. Martinez drove in three runs
as the Red Sox rebounded from opening the series with an 8-1 loss Friday.
Devers has 14 RBIs in his last 12 games while Martinez is hitting .432 with
12 of his major league-leading 67 RBIs in his last nine games.
The Yankees will be looking to rebound from getting shut out for the fourth
time this season and third time since June 23.
Off the field, trade talks were a popular topic as both Yankees general
manager Brian Cashman and Red Sox general manager Dave Dombrowski addressed
The Yankees are in the market for a starting pitcher to bolster the back end
of their rotation anchored by Sunday’s starting pitcher Luis Severino (12-2,
With the crosstown New York Mets falling to one of the worst records in the
National League, talk of a possible deal for Jacob deGrom is circulating, though
Toronto’s J.A. Happ or Texas Rangers left-hander Cole Hamels could be more
“If the best business decisions happened to be with a rival, that’s not a
problem for me,” said Cashman on Friday, while noting he has been in touch with
Omar Minaya, one of three men holding the Mets GM role in Sandy Alderson’s leave
of absence. “As far as I’m concerned it match just makes sense, I don’t care who
As for the Red Sox, they already filled a need by adding a right-handed
hitting first baseman in Steve Pearce. Pearce was obtained Thursday night from
the Toronto Blue Jays but Dombrowski said Saturday the deal could have been
completed earlier and any changes would not be overly significant.
“People are calling, and you just kind of check in and make sure they know
what’s taking place and vice versa,” Dombrowski said Saturday afternoon. “The
one thing with us is, we’re going to try to be the best club we can, regardless
of what the Yankees do. And we all know that they have a really good team.”
Neither team is motivated to get something done now and both executives will
watch Severino face David Price (9-5, 3.66) in a matchup of pitchers who are
rolling of late.
Severino can become the first 13-game winner in the majors after he allowed
six hits in seven scoreless innings Tuesday in Philadelphia.
“There’s no question that he’s our ace, and we know that when he gets the
ball, he has a chance to dominate and we have a good chance to get it done that
day,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Tuesday.
Severino also is 7-0 with a 1.83 ERA in nine home starts this season. He also
is 10-0 with a 1.98 ERA in his last 13 regular season home starts, the longest
streak at home since David Cone went 16 starts without a home loss from Aug. 17,
1997, to Aug. 27, 1998.
Severino’s home unbeaten streak matches Seattle’s Wade LeBlanc for the
longest active streak in the majors.
The right-hander has turned in 14 straight starts without allowing more than
three runs. It is the longest active streak in the majors and the longest by a
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Besides racking up wins, Severino also is maintaining velocity, especially
late in outings. His 98th pitch Tuesday was tracked at 100.1 mph, was among 12
at least 100 mph and his 44 pitches tracked at 100 leads all starting
Severino’s last home loss was to the Boston Red Sox on Sept. 3. He is 2-5
with a 4.61 ERA in 10 appearances (nine starts) against Boston.
Price is 7-1 with a 2.72 ERA in his last nine starts and has allowed three
earned runs or fewer in each outing. He last pitched Tuesday against the Los
Angeles Angels and recorded his ninth win by allowing one run and five hits in
Things are going so well that he ended his press conference following his
last outing by making fun of his carpal tunnel syndrome that some speculated was
due to playing the video game Fortnite and kept him out of a game in New York in
“I don’t think I’ll be able to go, so I don’t think so,” Price said before
adding “Yeah, Fortnite.”
Price is attempting to reach double-digits in wins before the All-Star break
for the first time since 2012 with Tampa Bay and third time overall.
The left-hander is 15-12 with a 4.67 ERA in 39 appearances (38 starts)
against the Yankees. At the current Yankee Stadium, he is 8-6 with a 4.27 ERA in
Since joining the Red Sox in 2016, he is 2-4 with a 7.42 ERA in eight starts
against the Yankees.
BALTIMORE — The Seattle Mariners came into their final series of a three-city
road trip having won just one of six games against the New York Yankees and
Boston Red Sox Now, they have a chance Thursday afternoon to complete a
four-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards.
Seattle has won the first three games of this series, the last coming on
Wednesday with an 8-7 victory in 11 innings over the slumping and injury-riddled
Orioles. After rallying in the ninth, the Mariners can get their first four-game
sweep in Baltimore in team history.
Mike Leake (8-4, 4.11 ERA) will start for the Mariners against Jimmy
Yacabonis (0-0, 15.43).
Dylan Bundy was supposed to make the start for Baltimore, but the Orioles put
him on the disabled list Tuesday after he rolled his ankle while running the
bases in Atlanta last weekend.
Leake has no record in just one career game against the Orioles. This season,
the right-hander has won five of his last six decisions and pitched well.
Yacabonis was just called up Wednesday and will be making his first
appearance against the Mariners, who have hurt the Orioles with late-inning
Seattle won the first game 5-3 with two runs in the seventh. The Mariners
posted a 3-2 win Tuesday thanks to a pair of runs in the eighth. Then, Seattle
tied Wednesday’s game on Kyle Seager’s two-run homer in the ninth and won it on
a Denard Span 11th-inning sacrifice fly.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he talked with Manny Machado about the
way the shortstop did not fully run out the ground ball that became a double
play in Tuesday’s loss and agreed it did not look good.
“It still is a really bad presentation and he knows that,” Showalter told
reporters on Wednesday. “The toughest thing about it is it’s a poor presentation
of what he’s really about.”
Machado must have gotten the message because he made an alert base-running
play in Wednesday’s loss, scoring all the way from first when the Mariners
mishandled a throw from the outfield to the plate.
On the injury front, Seattle designated hitter Nelson Cruz did not start for
a second straight day due to lower back tightness/spasms. Cruz told reporters on
Wednesday that he’s hoping to be back for Thursday afternoon’s game.
Mariners manager Scott Servais also was hopeful of getting Cruz’s big bat in
the lineup for the series finale.
“Nellie feels much today,” Servais told reporters before Wednesday’s game.
“Still thought it would be best, talking to our medical staff, that we give him
an extra day. Tough not putting him in here. I know he’s anxious to play here in
The Orioles’ season-long injuries problems have continued in this series.
Side-arming right-hander Darren O’Day injured his hamstring while trying to
field a bunt in Tuesday’s loss and went on the disabled list.
He initially hurt the hamstring several days ago but will be out after
Outfielder Craig Gentry also went on the 10-day disabled list with a rib
fracture (retroactive to June 24). Baltimore brought up the versatile Steve
Wilkerson from Norfolk to fill Gentry’s spot.
The team was not sure on when either O’Day or Gentry would return — and
that’s the way it’s gone much of this season for the Orioles. They’ll also be
making one or two more roster moves before Thursday’s contest.