It was quite a night for Mookie Betts, the Boston Red Sox right fielder, as he homered in his 1st 3 at bats at Fenway Park on Friday July 26th against the New York Yankees. He had a chance to make history becoming the 1st Red Sox player to hit 4 homers in a game, but ripped a double down the left field line in his 4th at bat. Boston beat the New York Yankees 10-5

Betts ended the night 4-5 with 5 runs batted in. He had a career high 14 total bases in the game. The homer to lead-off the game was his 17th of his career, and they are the most by a Red Sox player. He now has a 23 game on-base streak and during that time he is hitting .383 with 10 doubles, a triple, 5 homers and 17 runs batted in. He now leads the major leagues with 96 runs scored.

Rafael Devers, batting 2nd was 3-5 with 2 doubles and a run batted in. He has 32 runs batted in during the month of July, the most by a Red Sox player since David Ortiz had 35 in July of 2006. He now leads the Red Sox with 82 runs batted in.

JD Martinez was 2-4 with a triple and homer with 3 runs batted in.Martinez is batting .438 (14-32) with 9 runs batted in during his last 7 games with 4 doubles, a triple and 2 homers.

Andrew Cashner making his 3rd start for the Red Sox pitched brilliantly over 6.2 innings. He allowed 10 hits but only 3 runs striking out 6 while walking 1. He;s now 10-5 for the season, 1-2 with the Red Sox.

The Red Sox are now a season best 11 games over .500, with a record of 58-47. The win put the Red Sox 9 games out of 1st place and just 0.5 games out of the wild card playoff spot.

The Red Sox and Yankees will play the 3rd game of the 4 game series on Saturday afternoon with the pregame starting at 3:05 and 1st pitch starting at 4:05. Eduardo Rodriguez is scheduled to take the mound for Boston. Hear this and every Red Sox game on AM 1370 WDEA in the Ellsworth and Bar Harbor area and The Rock 101.9 FM, WOZI in Presque Isle