Red Sox beat Yankees in another dramatic thriller

If you’re looking for a relaxing, calm evening, the Red Sox aren’t for you.

Drama, drama and more drama.

If there’s any space between their backs and the wall, they’re an average-to-above-average team. Put them in a situation like last night, having surrendered a three-run lead late in the game against their division rivals at Fenway Park, and the Red Sox look like a World Series contender.

It was the Sox over the New York Yankees by a score of 9-6 last night, and not a second before the 27th out was made did this game look over.

“That was pretty neat,” said Jackie Bradley Jr., whose single off Aroldis Chapman in the eighth added two insurance runs. “It was a great way to start the series and to finish this game. We showed a lot of resiliency being able to bounce back and nobody gave up.”

The Red Sox took a 3-0 lead into the sixth inning and gave up two in the sixth and four in the seventh to fall behind with nine outs to go.

But Mitch Moreland hit a two-out, two-run single with the bases loaded to cap off a four-run seventh inning and lift the Red Sox into a 7-6 lead on their way to a 31st come-from-behind win of the season.

“I guess we’re pretty good at it,” Moreland

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