Jackie Bradley, Jr. made the darndest catch last night against the Yankees

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Catch of the year? Jackie Bradley Jr. robs Aaron Judge in Boston's shutout win

The Red Sox were obviously keen on the catch.

Red Sox: LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (4-2) starts against Toronto's Marcus Stroman (9-5) on Monday night in the opener of a four-game series.

The Red Sox went on to beat the Yankees 3-0 and also brought Bradley, Jr.'s former coach to his feet. They've won seven times in 26 games since. "And our starters have been on a really strong run of late". But you know, that was a hard-fought series. "So, we're looking forward to regrouping and moving on". Craig Kimbrel, who blew his third save of the season in Saturday's 16-inning loss, pitched the ninth for his 24th save.

CC Sabathia allowed two hits over six innings in the opener, and Didi Gregorius hit a solo home run to give NY a 3-0 victory.

The rotation looks as strong as ever. "They got one off our closer, and we got one off their closer".

Bit of a club starting to form here. "Have not ruled that out".

With the win, the Red Sox moved 3-1/2 games clear of both the Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays atop the American League East. And one night after Sale set the standard, Price did his best to match it.

Red Sox manager John Farrell said the team will follow through on its formal protest of Saturday's game, despite New York DH Matt Holiday's interfering slide back to first base in the 11th inning not having an impact on the final score. But we keep winning.

Price's biggest mistake of the night might have been the defensive highlight of the year.

Major league home run leader Aaron Judge hit a towering fly ball toward the triangle in Fenway Park's center field, and Jackie Bradley Jr. began drifting over toward the bullpen wall.

"I don't really have a ranking system, but I wouldn't say it was the most hard catch I've ever made", he told reporters, per the Boston Herald. "But I wouldn't say it was the most hard catch I've ever made".

Rick Porcello (4-12) gave up three runs - one earned - and nine hits in six innings.

While the Sox have not had a significant problem with runners in scoring position most of this season, wasted scoring opportunities have been a pinstriped boogeyman against NY.

Yankees manager Joe Girardi talks about the team's bullpen after the Yankees lose at home to the Brewers on Friday, July 7, 2017. "It's not like there's no effort there". "It was electric. It was just a fun moment to be a part of". He made it 3-0 when he singled to lead off the sixth, took second on an error by second baseman Starlin Castro, third on a groundout and scored on Dustin Pedroia's second hit of the game.

It came with a runner who was not in scoring position.

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