Mike Francesa changes his tune after Yankees beat Red Sox, 6-5 - world cultures

Mike Francesa changes his tune after Yankees beat Red Sox, 6-5

This is more like that.

The New York Yankees opened a four-game streak with the Boston Red Sox on Thursday with a 6-5 victory at Fenway Park.

Gerrit Cole looked exhausted again, giving up a pair of home runs to Red Sox third baseman Raphael Davers, but the Yankees grabbed the slack, throwing three rounds of closing in.

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Andy Peralta (1.1 innings, two strikes), Mike King (0.2 runs, one stroke) and Clay Holmes (one stroke, one stroke) closed the door. Holmes, the last man on the heap for New York, made his 16th tackle and lowered his ERA to 0.47.

Among the many who enjoyed this performance was former WFAN host Mike Francesa who turned to him Twitter After the match: “The Yankees pen was dominating Boston. So amazing!”

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That’s a much different tune than the one Frances was singing on a week ago, when the Yankees lost to the Astros 2-1 in Houston. After the match, Frances warned “The stars are equal on every part of the launchers.”

With Thursday’s win over the Red Sox, the Yankees are the first team to achieve 60 wins this season. New York (60-23) opened a 14.5-game lead over second-placed Tampa Bay Rays (45-37) in the MLS Eastern Conference. The Red Sox (45-38) were third after 15 games.

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