On a day where MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred vowed not to quit despite four games being postponed, the New York Yankees kept on doing what they always seem to do- winning. They got their fifth in a row over hated rivals Boston on Saturday, winning 5-2 at Yankee Stadium to make it two in a row over their divisional foes.
Aaron Judge got them started off with a bang, hitting a solo shot in the bottom of the first to hand them a 1-0 lead. An inning later, their lead was extended to five as Gio Urshela hit a grand slam to empty the bases and propel them to the victory. Boston, whose two runs came from Xander Bogaerts’ double in the top of the third, fell to 3-6 on the new season. The Yankees, meanwhile, are 6-1 and look like they will run away with the AL East… if games continue.