Red Sox hold on in 9th vs. Yankees to advance to ALCS

Aubrey Yates
October 11, 2018

With one out, the Yankees put runners at second and third on a double by Gary Sanchez and an infield single by Torres before scoring their first run on a sacrifice fly by Brett Gardner.

Torres hit a slow ground ball to third base, and Eduardo Nunez fielded it. Steve Pearce stretched, falling on his chest for a sprawling catch. The Yankees immediately challenged and, with a sellout crowd standing and hoping, the out call was upheld after a 63-second look. He started two games (one win, one no-decision) against the Astros during the regular season, pitching 12⅓ innings, striking out 17, and allowing five runs.

J.D. Martinez and the 108-win Red Sox reached the AL Championship Series for the first time since Boston won the title in 2013.

After taking the ALDS three games to one, the AL East champion Red Sox will advance to the ALCS against defending World Series champion Houston. But not only did they pop bottles-they did so to Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York".

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NY found itself in a 4-0 hole during a win-or-go-home Game 4 in Yankee Stadium, and despite coming close to a dramatic ninth inning comeback, the Red Sox sealed their ALDS tilt with a 4-3 victory.

Stanton, New York's big acquisition last offseason, was 4 for 18 (.222) with no RBIs.

A lanky, bearded 29-year-old right-hander, Porcello lived a traffic jam from Yankee Stadium in Chester, New Jersey, and is a 2007 graduate of Seton Hall Prep in West Orange - the baseball field there was renamed in his honour last year after he helped fund artificial turf and pro-style dugouts. Porcello then ended the inning by getting Aaron Hicks on a pop-up on the ninth pitch of the at-bat. He was awful at first base.

They scored three in the third off Sabathia (0-1), and it started with a sacrifice fly by Martinez. He pitched 6.1 innings of two-run ball against Houston on Sep.

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