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Topic - John Farrell
Alexei Ramirez is finding different ways of helping the White Sox earn dramatic victories.
The Boston Red Sox believed they were headed to extra innings on a frigid night at U.S. Cellular Field.
With a little help from the replay room, Carlos Beltran and the banged-up Yankees did just enough to hold off Boston.
Two weeks into the season, manager John Farrell and the Boston Red Sox have had about enough of baseball's expanded replay system.
Dustin Pedroia was scratched from Boston's lineup Sunday night against the New York Yankees because of a sore left wrist.
Carlos Beltran hit a two-run homer, Ivan Nova rebounded from a rough outing and the New York Yankees beat Boston 3-2 Sunday night with the aid of another disputed replay ruling that led to the ejection of Red Sox manager John Farrell.
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell was ejected Sunday night after arguing a call that was overturned on replay in favor of the New York Yankees.
Yankees captain Derek Jeter is getting a day off to rest and Boston star Dustin Pedroia is getting a fresh start in the leadoff spot.
Boston Red Sox closer Koji Uehara is still out because of stiffness in his right shoulder and it's uncertain when he will be able to pitch again.
Major League Baseball says it made the wrong call on a replay challenge during a game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.
He managed their lineup with a couple of walks that were instead of giving in," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "They had a number of ground balls that found some holes; bunched some hits together."
"(Lester) was very good. Threw pitches for strikes, was down in the strike zone. He established an outstanding rhythm right from the start," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "As well as Sale was pitching it needed everything that John gave us tonight."