Yankees 6, Red Sox 1

Andruw Jones powers Yankees past Red Sox

The heads turned together atop the Green Monster as balls bypassed their seats entirely, sailing on a laser-guided beeline for Lansdowne Street, the game at once slowly fading into the distance.

For the second straight outing, the Yankees poured on early runs, only this time the Red Sox offered little semblance of a comeback. Consecutive homers in the first and fourth innings built too big of a deficit, insurmountable with a patchwork lineup featuring more players who began the season in the minors (four) than those who started for Boston on Opening Day (three).

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