#RedSox Game Summary (April 26) Fogbound. A fog, really more like a mist, descended on Fenway Park and, seemingly, on the minds of Red Sox hitters. Yankee starter Luis Severino was spellbinding, going 7 scoreless innings while giving up 3 hits and two walks, striking out 6. The only Red Sox run came in the 9th when Mookie Betts doubled off closer Aroldis Chapman, moving Andrew Benintendi (who had walked) to 3rd. Benintendi scored on a Chris Young fielder’s choice. It was a frustrating day for Sox starter Rick Porcello, who gave up 2 runs (only 1 earned) in the 2nd when Starlin Castro reached on a throwing error by Xander Bogaerts to first, and scored on a 2 run blast by Aaron Judge. In the sixth, with Judge on base after a walk, a wild pitch allowed him to reach 2nd, and score on a Greg Bird single. So Porcello finished with 2 earned runs on 5 hits and 4 walks while collecting 9 Ks over 6 2/3rds innings. I hope everyone in Red Sox Nation is paying attention, because the Yanks are building a really potent team, and they will be very dangerous next year. In fact, they promise to do a lot of damage this year, for that matter. New York beat Boston, 3-1, at Fenway Park. Record: 11-9. Game 20/142.