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Yankees Pound the Red Sox and Win a Four-Game Series

The Yankees’ Aaron Judge gestured to the dugout after his two-run homer against the Red Sox on Sunday night ended his slump of 57 at-bats without a home run.

Continue reading the main story As a leading candidate for the American League Cy Young Award, Sale (15-7) has had few moments this season when he seemed less than dominant on the mound.

Holliday did exactly that in the fourth inning , working Sale for a nine-pitch at-bat and hitting a one-out homer into the left-field stands, his second home run in two games since returning from the disabled list on Friday.

Manager Joe Girardi said Ronald Torreyes would be the emergency outfielder, while Clint Frazier is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment on Wednesday with Class AA Trenton.

Jaime Garcia will skip a turn in the rotation and possibly be used out of the bullpen, according to Girardi, who favored Montgomery as a matchup against the Orioles.

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