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Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

Last week the Yankees had one of the most impressive comebacks this franchise has seen; they were down nine runs in the second inning and ended winning 14-13 thanks to a two run homer from Jorge Posada, Jeter Also contributed to the victory. Jeter went 4-for-5 with a homer, four RBI and three runs. He also threw out a runner at the plate and stole third base. "To be honest, I always thought we had a chance," Jeter said. "You try to get one back at a time. You can't get them all at once, and that's what we did." The Yankees overcame a nine-run deficit for the fourth time in their storied history. The last time was a 12-11 win in 10 innings against the rival Red Sox on June 26, 1987. Boston's starting pitcher in that one was Roger Clemens. It was a positive win for the Yankees that needed to keep the winning record, since they are in one of the toughest divisions in the league. They can’t allow important victories to slip away mostly against teams not as good as this one, in this division every victory is very important. Lineup

1. Johnny Damon, CF.

2.Derek Jeter, SS.

3.Jason Giambi, DH.

4. Alex Rodriguez, 3rd B.

5. Jorge Posada, C.

6.Robinson Cano, 2nd B.

7. Bernie Williams, RF.

8.Andy Phillips, 1st B.

9. Bubba Crosby, LF. Kurt Schilling got his sixth victory of the year in last week’s game against the Orioles on Tuesday night; Schilling earned his sixth win despite giving up three home runs, and the Red Sox


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