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2019 Schedule
79-70, 3rd in AL East
Ross: The Sox should pay Betts (1:58)

Joon Lee ESPN 

Can't name the last time I saw a Fenway Park crowd gave a standing ovation to a player on an opposing team like Mike Yastrzemski. With both teams out of the playoff hunt, the Boston crowd is rooting for the story tonight.

Joon Lee ESPN 

You can't make this up. In his Fenway Park debut, Mike Yastrzemski, grandson of Red Sox legend and Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastzremski, hits a home run over the center field fence in his second at-bat in the fourth inning. Red Sox fans gave him a standing ovation. What a moment.

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5hJoon Lee

Mike Yaz homers in first game at Fenway Park

Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski, said playing at Fenway on Tuesday "isn't just special for me. This is special for anyone who saw my grandfather play."

Ortiz shares deeper appreciation for visiting patients (0:33)

BBTN: Top Prospects, Tommy Pham, HR Records

Buster talks to Keith Law about the debut of Oakland's top pitching prospect, Jesus Luzardo (10:36). Plus, Keith fills Buster in on the stellar seasons enjoyed by three of the game's top prospects. Then, Sarah Langs plays "The Numbers Game" (34:10) before Rays OF Tommy Pham discusses Tampa Bay's impressive season, why they're so hungry and how hitters have adjusted to the juiced ball (39:16).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Pitching match-ups for tomorrow's Yankees-Tigers doubleheader: Game 1: JA Happ vs. Matthew Boyd Game 2: CC Sabathia (followed by Domingo Germán) vs. Spencer Turnbull


BBTN: Yelich Injury, Syndergaard, Power 10

Buster talks to USA Today's Bob Nightengale about Christian Yelich's season-ending injury and its impact on the NL wild card race and his second consecutive NL MVP (10:55). Then, "Hembo Knows" (27:03) and Joel Sherman of The New York Post discusses his report on the alleged rift between Noah Syndergaard and Wilson Ramos (32:13). Plus, this week's "Power 10" (45:04).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Mitch Garver, who hit the 268th HR of the season for the Twins in August to surpass the record established by the Yankees last year, hit a homer tonight to give Minnesota 276 HR this season, CURRENTLY tied with the Yankees for most all-time. Twins lead the Nationals 2-0 in the 8th inning. Yankees and Tigers are tied 11-11, also in the 8th.

AP Photo/Carlos Osorio

BBTN: Dombrowski Firing, Red Sox Future

Buster talks to The Athletic's Peter Gammons about what really went down between Dave Dombrowski and the Red Sox. He also names some potential replacements.


BBTN: Dombrowski Firing, Astros, New York Pitchers

Buster and Dave Schoenfield discuss the ugly ending for Dave Dombrowski in Boston, James Paxton's importance to the Yankees, a sticky situation involving Noah Syndergaard and more (10:02). Then, Sarah Langs plays "The Numbers Game" (28:38) and The Athletic's Peter Gammons takes Buster inside the firing of Dombrowski before giving his opinion on how desirable that job really is (34:28).

8dSam Miller

The Pedro Game turns 20. Yes, THAT Pedro Game

The signature performance of Pedro Martinez's Hall of Fame career is a matter of debate. Sam Miller sizes up the contenders -- and puts the debate to rest.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

After asking Aaron Boone and several Yankees about whether they derived additional satisfaction in their win tonight since they eliminated the Red Sox from contention in the AL East, most of them weren't even aware of it; stated repeatedly that wasn't a goal, that the goal is to win the division.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2703rd
On Base Percentage.3413rd
Slugging Percentage.4705th
Earned Run Average4.6319th
Quality Starts5021st