The Yankees took the first game between crosstown rivals Monday night thanks to breakout outfielder Aaron Hicks , who clubbed his career high 12th home run and second since returning from an oblique strain last week.
One day after hitting a dramatic game-tying home run against Aroldis Chapman at Yankee Stadium, Red Sox rookie Rafael Devers went deep twice Monday night.
He had been having words with home plate umpire Angel Hernandez, and on an obvious ball out of the zone, it appeared he looked back and said something.
Astros SS Carlos Correa took 20-25 swings off a tee and fielded ground balls on Monday, reports the Houston Chronicle .
Diamondbacks LHP Robbie Ray will make a minor league rehab start on Thursday, reports the Arizona Republic .
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