CC Sabathia Criticized Angel Hernandez After The Yankees' Elimination

CC Sabathia Criticized Angel Hernandez After The Yankees' Elimination

CC Sabathia Criticized Angel Hernandez After The Yankees' Elimination

Following the Yankees' win in Game 2 at Fenway Park in Boston, Judge played the Sinatra tune from a boombox while walking past the Red Sox.

Pedro Martinez poured it on Angel Hernandez after Game 3 of the ALDS between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Sale would have been the likely Game 5 starter on Thursday if necessary, but the Red Sox ultimately made a decision to go for broke with a three-run lead and six outs remaining.

Sox starter Rick Porcello - who tossed five one-run innings with the same strike zone - was quick to fire back.

"Throw the ball over the plate, CC", Porcello said when asked about Sabathia's comments. "They'll walk into a league championship series against the Astros - a team that they're well aware of; we got knocked out by the Astros a year ago - with a chance to redeem themselves". "Obviously you don't go into the game expecting to make history or do anything like that. let alone score 16 runs against a good New York Yankees team". Sánchez worked a full count, then lifted a fly ball to deep left field that brought Gregorius home.

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Stanton, New York's big acquisition last offseason, was 4 for 18 (.222) with no RBIs. The 2015 AL Cy Young Award victor was hit hard in his only start versus the Sox this season, surrendering five runs on nine hits in six innings.

It's not the first time, either. Steve Pearce sliced a cutter into right-center to put runners at the corners and Martinez hit a third-inning sacrifice fly for second straight night, giving him six RBIs in the series.

At this point in his career Sabathia is a pitcher.

Kinsler doubled over a leaping Gardner for a 2-0 lead and Nunez singled on the next pitch for his first RBI of the postseason. Red Sox-Yankees Game 3 on Monday night drew a 3.4 rating nationally for TBS but was outdone by the Saints-Redskins "Monday Night Football" telecast on ESPN at 7.3.

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