With his third hit of the night, Derek Jeter tied Lou Gehrig for the most hits in New York Yankees history.
It was a mixed week for the boys from Beantown, as they won one crucial series, then lost the next one.
Multiple offensive explosions highlight Boston’s ascent back to first place in the AL Wild Card Race. Plus, Jerry Remy returns.
Mark Buehrle's game yesterday lets us do this. So blame him (and DeWayne Wise).
Except when they're winning.