Yankees hit new low: swept by Red Sox at Stadium for first time in ten years

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It took five pitches on Sunday for the Yankees to find themselves in a familiar position: losing. Domingo German’s fifth plateward toss became a 446-foot missile from Alex Verdugo into the right center field seats. Before the Yankees even picked up a bat, they were down a run, instantly playing from behind in a game they needed to avoid getting swept at home. To their credit, the hitters responded immediately. But — with an assist from the umpires — the Red Sox beat the Yankees 6-5 in ten innings Sunday night. It’s the first time the Yankees (31-29) have been swept at the Stadium by their hate…

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