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On April 22, 2007, the Boston Red Sox completed a sweep of the rival New York Yankees, marking the first the first time in 17 years the Red Sox swept the Yankees in Fenway Park. Yankees starting pitcher Chase Wright made his second MLB start, one that turned out to be his last. The 24 year old was in the rotation due to injuries tp Mike Mussina, Carl Pavano and Chin-Ming Wang. Wright made his way into baseball history due to an incredible series events. Two men were out with nobody on in the bottom of the third inning. Manny Ramirez then hit a home run, nothing to be ashamed of. Mike Lowell followed with a home run. Then Stephen Drew hit one. Jason Varitek homered, making it only the second time in MLB history that a pitcher gave up four consecutive homers in a game. Paul Foytack was the first for the 1963 Angels. Wright got the next batter out before being taken out of the game. He received a no decision in a game the Red Sox would win 7-6. Wright was sent back to the minors before
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