I could probably write 5,000 words on how unbelievable this Red Sox team is or how pathetic and cowardly the Yankees are when faced with a challenge. But I know that none of us have time for that, so let’s just hit on the keys to this emasculation.
Key number one. Brian Cashman’s comments got shoved down his throat and out the other end faster than they came from his mouth.
#Damage quickly became a fan favorite on twitter as the Red Sox 8-run fourth inning rolled on. If eating his own words wasn’t enough, he had to watch the product of Big Dick Dombrowski’s acquisitions Ian Kinsler and Steve Pearce go a combined 6-11 with 8 RBIs to lead the Boston charge.
More on Pearce in a minute.
The second key to the game was the Yankees pitching staff. They’re afraid of Fenway and for good reason.
Not much more to add to these numbers. Gross.
The third and final key to this game was Steve Pearce trotting his massive balls around the basepath three times. Pearce’s three home runs were good for 6 RBIs and a dented light tower.
Here they are in all their glory.
Final Score: Yankees 7 Red Sox 15.