Friday, June 29, 2018

The Yankees and Red Sox Head-to-Head Comparison for 2018… Thus Far!


As we learned in our game preview this morning the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox will renew their rivalry and write the next chapter in their storied franchise’s history head-to-head with a three-game set inside Yankee Stadium over the weekend. What have the Yankees and Red Sox done against each other thus far, and can that maybe tell us what is to come for this latest three-game set?


Team Game-by-Game Schedule
Gm# Date Tm Opp W/L R RA Win Loss Save Attendance
11Tuesday, Apr 10boxscoreNYY@BOSL114SaleSeverino32,357
12Wednesday, Apr 11boxscoreNYY@BOSW107TanakaPrice32,400
13Thursday, Apr 12boxscoreNYY@BOSL36PorcelloGrayKimbrel36,341
35Tuesday, May 8boxscoreNYYBOSW32RobertsonHembreeChapman45,773
36Wednesday, May 9boxscoreNYYBOSW96HolderBarnesChapman47,088
37Thursday, May 10boxscoreNYYBOSL45KellyBetancesKimbrel46,899
79Friday, Jun 29previewNYYBOS7:057:057:05GameGameGameGame
80Saturday, Jun 30previewNYYBOS7:157:157:15GameGameGameGame
81Sunday, Jul 1previewNYYBOS8:058:058:05GameGameGameGame
Stat set thanks to Baseball Reference.


So, what did we learn? We didn’t exactly learn anything to be completely honest. Both teams are great this season and both teams have played each other tough head-to-head. I expect nothing less tonight and into the weekend as well. Both the Yankees and the Red Sox, even when one or both are struggling, tend to bring their “A” games when they face one another, so it should be another fun weekend in the Bronx. It will be even more fun if David Price can’t find his pitching glove or hurts his back getting out of the shower between now and Sunday, but that is another post for another day.

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