Red Sox beaten by Matt Carpenter and Aaron Judge of the Yankees
With each pass, his name was being chanted louder by the crowd. "Carpenter! Carpenter!" Anthony Rizzo,
From the opposite side of the dugout, signaled to Matt Carpenter to satisfy the crowd.
As a result, Carpenter climbed the stairs to his left, raised his hand, and got his first curtain call as a Yankee.
Carpenter, who hammered a pair of three-run home runs and had seven Runs in a 14-1 beating of the Red Sox
At Yankee Stadium on Saturday night, was the one who most certainly deserved it.
The Yankees reported that there were 47,997 viewers present, the greatest paid attendance total in the Bronx all season.
With one game remaining before the All-Star break starts on Monday, Aaron Judge homered twice more, bringing his total to an MLB-best 33 home runs.
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