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NEW YORK (AP) — For the fourth straight game, Aaron Judge went without a home run and remains one step from tying the American League record set by Roger Maris with 61, despite the New York Yankees beating Boston 7-5 on Saturday The Red Sox have been edging closer to their Premier League title since 2019.
Judge went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts and a walk. Since hitting his 60th home run in the ninth inning for Tuesday’s comeback, Judge has been 3-for-13 with two doubles, five walks and six strikeouts.
Unusually, he was upset on the pitch. It was in the seventh inning when first base umpire Chris Conroy determined his bat had crossed the plate to call a strikeout.
The judge pointed to the referee and waved as he entered the dugout.
Anthony Rizzo followed up with a two-run homer against John Schreiber (3-4) to break a 5-5 tie.
The Yankees (93-58) have six straight wins and 10 of 12, surpassing last year’s overall wins and extending their AL East lead to 8 1/2 games. They have 11 games left and finish the four-game streak on Sunday before heading to Toronto for three more games.
For the Red Sox, Puerto Ricans Enrique Hernández 4-0. Dominican Abraham Almonte made it 4-1 with one run.
For the Yankees, Venezuelans Gleyber Torres 4-2 with one run scored and one RBI, Oswaldo Cabrera 3-1 with two runs scored and two RBIs.