Red Sox 1B Ramirez exits after HBP on wrist

Red Sox 1B Ramirez exits after HBP on wrist

Red Sox 1B Ramirez exits after HBP on wrist

There's no doubt both teams will have this game at the top of their minds each time they meet the rest of the way, and with the Red Sox and Yankees both looking like contenders yet again, the baseball world is likely in for some more great matchups between the squads.

Afterward, he couldn't explain what went wrong.

"I felt great", he said.

Ramirez has been off to a solid start to 2018, hitting.357 with two home runs and 11 runs batted in.

"Hopefully it's something that's behind us", Boone said. "I feel like it will turn around, but tonight wasn't the night". Nevin was seen yelling toward the Red Sox dugout and Cora motioned that Nevin should get back in his box.

The story of the night was Rick Porcello.

The right-hander was masterful in a 6-3 victory, taking a no-hitter into the seventh and improving to 3-0 with a 1.83 ERA.

Moreland entered after Boston first baseman Hanley Ramirez departed in the first inning when he suffered a bruised right wrist after being hit by a pitch from Yankees starter Sonny Gray. Porcello, from Chester, lost the flawless game when he hit Giancarlo Stanton with a pitch in the fourth inning.

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To be sure, it wasn't on the level of classic Red Sox-Yankees melees, like in 1973 when Thurman Munson and Carlton Fisk went at it, or 1976, when Fisk and Lou Piniella squared off, or even 2004, when Jason Varitek used his mitt to wipe the smug smile off the face of Alex Rodriguez.

Porcello tossed six no-hit innings before Aaron Judge slammed a double that one-hopped the wall in center to open the seventh. In the second Nunez singled on a slow ground ball to shortstop Didi Gregorius, and was followed by JBJ's walk.

As heavy rain fell, Stanton searched for the ball and over ran it, ending up next to the foul wall.

As teammate Giancarlo Stanton said following the game per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com.

"I was ready to defend myself".

Austin, who had earlier sparked a confrontation following a unsafe slide into second base, was issued with a five-game suspension following his wild reaction.

By quirk of the schedule, the Yankees will head back to Detroit on Friday - the first time they have played the Tigers since an episode late last August that made Wednesday night's dust-up seem quaint.

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