Gary Sanchez lifts New York Yankees with 479-foot moonshot

David Price Booed Mercilously by Boston Fans After Another Playoff Failure

Sanchez, Judge power Yankees past Red Sox 6-2 to even ALDS

Boston will start former Yankee Nathan Eovaldi rather than Rick Porcello against NY in Game 3 of the AL Division Series on Monday.

"I feel like in baseball it's more important [in] the second half than the first half", Severino said at Sunday's press conference. I care about my arm and being healthy.

Despite the struggles Sanchez had during the regular season, Judge has seen Sanchez putting in recent work to improve. "And I have confidence in myself".

Eovaldi had a 3.33 ERA in 11 starts for the Red Sox after he was acquired in a trade with Tampa Bay. That includes the Wild Card game against the A's and two ALDS contests with the Red Sox.

Price gave up three runs on three hits, including two home runs, and recorded only five outs before he was pulled from the game to a chorus of boos in the second inning.

"All empires fall sooner or later", then-Red Sox president Larry Lucchino said that night. "Me watching from afar a year ago, especially in the postseason, you could kind of see that raw intensity connection that the fan base had with the players".

How odd was it for followers of the Blue Jays to watch the way Games 1 and 2 of the other ALDS series ended?

Of course, the Red Sox's 6-2 loss to the Yankees, which knotted this best-of-five series at one game apiece, couldn't be pinned entirely on Price - who lasted just 1 ⅔ innings and 42 pitches and gave up three earned runs in his latest postseason dud - but try telling that to the fans who want to embrace the team's highest-paid player and April-to-September standout, but simply never will until he starts winning games for them in October.

Except this wasn't a Game 7, a Game 5 or even a Game 2.

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He has larger expectations for Monday.

"No excuses. I just didn't get it done".

While manager Aaron Boone hasn't been afraid to deploy his bullpen early in postseason games, he said he's open to Severino pitching for however long he is effective. "I've been fortunate to be patient and find some pitches like that from him, and I've been able to hit them well". During the 2018 regular season the Yankees allowed 95 home runs at home, which was "only" the 13th most in baseball.

The Yankees smacked the most homers of any club in major league history this season with 267 and have sustained their superb slugging into the playoffs.

After going 53-28 this season at the House that Jeter built, Judge told NJ.com that taking the series back home, tied at one is "huge" because there is "nothing like" the atmosphere in the Bronx.

"Maybe my wife cooks better food here", he said.

"I want him to go out and be himself and go out there and look to really set the tone for us and throw his game", Boone said. "I think it's just feeling like I'm at home".

"I feel good. When I woke up today, things are just going well".

For all the focus on big boppers, J.D. Martinez, Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi for Boston, and Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and Gary Sanchez for NY, relievers have reigned in an error when starting pitchers often are shown the exit before they have a chance to stumble too much. You could definitely make the argument that Boston is lucky that it lost only one of the first two games, but that's just spilled milk.

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