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Andrew Benintendi picks up where Aaron Judge left off

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AdvertisementBenintendi, 23, had the kind of game Saturday that has exemplified most of Judge’s season — particularly April, May and June, when it seemed as if there were no other rookie in baseball worth talking about.

As Benintendi became the youngest player in Red Sox history to collect six RBI in a game against the Yankees, Judge went 0 for 4 with two strikeouts and hit into a double play.

Benintendi played in front of 22 relatives Saturday, including his paternal grandfather, Robert, who grew up in Brooklyn and made the trip to Yankee Stadium from his home in Cincinnati.

Two innings later, Benintendi jumped on a hanging slider and launched a high, arcing blast that landed deep in the right-field bleachers, beyond the Judge’s Chambers but close enough for the robed and bewigged fans there to get a good look at its downward flight.


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