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Boston Red Sox
New York Yankees
Yankees look to rebound after the Opening Day loss to the Red Sox. Hiroki Kuroda toes the rubber in the 7:05 start time. Girardi mixes up the roster a bit from game 1 moving up Ichiro into the 2 spot and Nunez to the 8 spot. Youkilis is back at third while Lyle Overbay gets his first start in Pinstripes at first base. Chris Stewart is behind the plate tonight as the catcher position will most likely be a hot hand/bat situation throughout the year.
- Six players made their Yankee debuts during Monday’s Opening Day game. This marks the most ever in a single game since the first game in Yankees history (as the Highlanders) in 1903! The Yankees players who made their Pinstripes debut were Kevin Youkilis, Vernon Wells, Ben Francisco, Travis Hafner, Lyle Overbay, and Shawn Kelley.
New York Yankees
Brett Gardner CF
Ichiro Suzuki RF
Robinson Cano 2B
Kevin Youkilis 3B
Travis Hafner DH
Vernon Wells LF
Lyle Overbay 1B
Eduardo Nunez SS
Chris Stewart C
Hiroki Kuroda RHP
Boston Red Sox
Jacoby Ellsbury CF
Daniel Nava DH
Dustin Pedroia 2B
Mike Napoli 1B
Will Middlebrooks 3B
Jarrod Saltalamacchia C
Shane Victorino RF
Jackie Bradley, Jr. LF
Jose Iglesias SS
Clay Buchholz RHP
Game Time: 7:05 pm
TV: ESPN2, YES Network
Radio: WCBS 880, WADO 1280
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Boston Red Sox 7 — New York Yankees 4
Kuroda slightly injured in second game of the regular season in a 7-4 loss to the Boston Red Sox.
Hiroki Kuroda got his first start of the season and it was far from what he wanted. Three singles produced one run to give the Red Sox the early lead in the first inning. The second inning would end up going worse for the veteran right-hander...
If you weren't watching, Hiroki Kuroda had to leave tonight's game after being hit on the middle finger of his pitching hand on a liner back to the mound. Luckily, he's OK. Here's the update via Bryan Hoch and Sweeny Murti:
New York Yankees right-handed starting pitcher Hiroki Kuroda
exited yesterday’s contest against the Boston Red Sox in the second inning
after taking a line drive off his right fingertips. Kuroda has since been
diagnosed with a bruised middle finger on his throwing hand, and the Yankees
consider him day-to-day.
Girardi: Kuroda is ok. Just a bruised middle finger.
It was quite strange to see Kevin Youkilis wearing pinstripes and having his face cleanly shaven for the last 4 days as the Red Sox took 2 out of 3 against the Yankees. Youkilis commented on the Red Sox after the series ended on Thursday. Youkilis talked about the performances put in by Lester and Buchholz, Youk said "It’s only one start, so you really can’t tell, but I...
Hiroki Kuroda just didn't look right after he was hit by that Shane Victorino single. Two hit-by-pitches and a trainer visit later, Kuroda exited the game with a bruised middle finger on his pitching hand. He is listed day-to-day. Adam Warren, who did the bulk of the pitching for the remainder of the game, may be rewarded for it with a trip to the minors. The Yankees have...
Lyle Overbay was a simple cut at the end of Red Sox’ spring training, an extra player as the team trimmed its ranks to 25 for Opening Day.
That’s how the Red Sox probably see it, at least, but for Overbay, who was scooped up by the Yankees to start at first base, it was a little more than that. Overbay, 36, is trying to prove that he still can play at a big league level, and...
The already banged-up New York Yankees lost pitcher Hiroki Kuroda after just four outs against Boston on Wednesday night when a line drive bruised the middle finger of his right hand.
The Yankees said Kuroda will have X-rays and additional tests.
Shane Victorino's drive hit Kuroda's hand leading off the second inning. Kuroda stayed in the game and hit rookie Jackie Bradley...
The Red Sox and Yankees go at it again on Wednesday night as Hiroki Kuroda takes on Clay Buchholz.
Dustin Pedroia has had success against the Yankees righty, sporting a .429 BA (6-for-14) with a homer, a double and two RBIs. Jarrod Saltalamacchia has three RBIs but just two hits against the 38-year-old righty but one of which was for a home run.
Robinson Cano, batting third against...
The Red Sox haven’t started their seasons very well in the recent past, so a chance to begin 2013 with a winning streak is certainly a tantalizing one. That it would come against the Yankees, well, that’s just icing on the cake.
Boston could start the season 2-0 for the first time since the ’90s on Wednesday night, if they can get past Hiroki Kuroda and the Bronx Bombers. Considering...
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What was considered to be a much anticipated match-up, turned out to be not much of a contest at all. In the second game of the 2013 season, Clay Buchholz took the mound for the Red Sox, while established veteran Hiroki Kuroda started for the Yankees.
In the first inning, C Jarrod Saltalamacchia lined a timely two-out single to right field, putting the Red Sox on top quickly. In...
While the Red Sox shot at going 162-0 has taking a little step back the team put up a great fight last night against the Yankees while going for the sweep. I must admit that I was upset seeing them lose a game to the Yankees but then when you think about it the goal of the season is to win series, we just won the opening series of the season against the Yankees in New York. Pretty...