Red Sox vs. Yankees score: Boston holds off New York’s ninth-inning rally to advance to ALCS

Every other divisional series ended before Tuesday, but there was but one lingering and unfinished and it happened to be the Red Sox and Yankees. Game 4 was Tuesday in the Bronx and followed an absolute bloodbath of a Game 3 in the form of a 16-1 Red Sox win. This one was a bit more competitive at 4-3 (box score) and the Yankees mounted a serious threat in the ninth. As a result, the Red Sox are in the ALCS where they’ll meet the Astros, and the Yankees are eliminated. 

Let’s run it down with everything you need to know about Game 4. 

Sabathia plays with fire and Red Sox strike first

In a 20-pitch first inning, CC Sabathia found a way to leave the bases loaded after a hard single, an unlucky infield single and walk. In the second inning, he walked the nine-hole hitter with two outs in front of Mookie Betts, but got the out. Things finally caught up with him in the third. He hit Andrew Benintendi with a pitch in front of a Steve Pearce Texas Leaguer, moving Benintendi all the way to third. J.D. Martinez would hit a sac fly — just shy of the warning track — and the Red Sox had drawn

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