Sunday Night Baseball

Season 21 Episode 26

Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 25, 2010 on ESPN
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Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees
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The 21st Season of Sunday Night Baseball concludes the way it started, with the Boston Red Sox (86-68) and New York Yankees (92-63) doing battle, this time from Yankee Stadium in New York. It is the fourth Sunday Night telecast of 2010 featuring the most famous rivalry in baseball.

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  • 9/26

    7.5
    Sunday Night Baseball ends another year with the Boston Red Sox against the New York Yankees. These two teams have not had a lot of epic games in recent years, like they have been having for decades, but tonight definitely was one. Sunday night, primetime game, extra innings, it had all the drama you could hope for, the only thing I would have liked to see was a Red Sox victory. The game was exciting, better than most football games on that Sunday, but I thought Joe Morgan did a particularly bad job on commentary. It might be time to get him out of the booth.moreless

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    • Jonathan Papelbon: It was tough considering the fact that I was not only pitching against their lineup, I was also pitching against the ump (Phil Cuzzi). When you do that against this lineup, you are never going to be successful.

    • New York Manager Joe Girardi: We still want to win our division. We still want to get home-field advantage, and we're fighting like crazy to do that. But it's a lot better feeling in that clubhouse tonight than it has been lately, that's for sure.

    • Alex Rodriguez: It was a playoff atmosphere for us out there. This was a huge game. There's no ifs, ands or buts about it. It was an enormous game for us - especially as our last home game for a bit now. And again, I think it would have been devastating to lose a game at home like that.

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    • Starting Lineups
      Boston Red Sox
      Marco Scutaro 2B
      J.D. Drew RF
      Victor Martinez C
      David Ortiz DH
      Adrian Beltre 3B
      Jed Lowrie SS
      Ryan Kalish CF
      Bill Hall LF
      Lars Anderson 1B
      Daisuke Matsuzaka P
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      New York Yankees
      Derek Jeter SS
      Nick Swisher RF
      Mark Teixeira 1B
      Alex Rodriguez 3B
      Robinson Cano 2B
      Jorge Posada C
      Lance Berkman DH
      Curtis Granderson CF
      Brett Gardner LF
      Phil Hughes P

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