#RedSox Game Summary (July 16) Lumber liquidators. Yankee pitching has rendered Red Sox bats fairly useless over the last two games, causing Boston to go 22 innings without scoring a run. This time, it was the veteran CC Sabathia who stifled the Sox, going 6 innings and giving up just 2 hits and 5 walks while punching out 3. The bullpen took over from there to finish the shutout. Rick Porcello had a decent start for Boston, giving up 2 unearned runs in the 4th, and an earned run in the 5th. In the 4th, after whiffing Matt Holliday, he allowed a single by Didi Gregorius. An error by Xander Bogaerts allowed Clint Frazier to reach, moving Gregorius to 2nd, and a single by Austin Romine loaded the bases. Gregorius scored on a sac fly that would have been the third out were it not for the error, and Ronald Torreyes drove in Frazier. In the 5th, Gegorius smacked a solo dinger to right for New York’s third run of the game. Perhaps the Sox were simply tired, but the Yanks played as many innings yesterday as they did, so that’s no excuse. Time to get fired up. New York beat Boston, 3-0, at Fenway Park. Record: 51-41. Game 92/70.