The Red Sox took game two of the three-game set against the Yankees Saturday night. Here’s a recap:

  • Rodriguez bounces back from rough start: Eduardo Rodriguez bounced back from an ugly start in Houston, going 5.1 innings allowing three runs off five hits, walking one and striking out seven. It’s not an ideal outing for the lefty, but it is a bounce-back start considering he allowed six runs in his last time out.
  • Red Sox grab three in sixth: The Red Sox plated three runs in the sixth inning, thanks to a Rafael Devers two-RBI single, and Marwin Gonzalez who drove in Devers with a double. 
  • Sox rally in eighth: With two out and Rafael Devers on first, Kike Hernandez roped a liner to left, and Devers hustled his way all the way home for the Red Sox to take the 4-3 lead. Christian Vazquez drove in Hernandez with a double, and Bobby Dalbec lifted a ball 453 feet well over the right-center field to take the 7-3 lead. 


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