Andruw Jones hit two home runs and made a big play for the Yankees in their 6-1 win against the Red Sox Saturday.
The Sox were punchless offensively, being held to two runs or fewer for the seventh time in the last nine games and starter Franklin Morales was pounded for four homers and six runs in just 3 13 innings. There was a silver lining. His name was Justin Germano.
If it wasn't for injuries to CC Sabathia and Andy Pettitte, Freddy Garcia knows exactly where he would be in the bullpen, but he dominated the Sox in a start on Saturday.
For three starts, Franklin Morales looked like a world-beater. That came to an abrupt stop at Fenway Park Saturday afternoon, when Morales ran smack into the New York Yankees.
The Red Sox extended their streak of futility against the Yankees this season, losing the first game of Saturdays doubleheader, 6-1, at Fenway Park.