Pedro Ciriaco helped the Red Sox defeat the Yankees, thus becoming the New York team’s greatest rival after only one month in Boston. According to the Associated Press, the Sunday night game ended with a 3-2 victory for Boston even though manager Bobby Valentine had been ejected.
Everybody expected Pedro Ciriaco to do a great job at Boston, but nobody thought he would nail so many victories after just one month at the Red Sox. The baseball shortstop helped the Boston team defeat the Yankees with a 3-2 victory on Sunday. His RBI single in the 10th inning was the moment that led to the team’s victor. Ryan Sweeney had a very good performance, as well. He hit an early two-run double for Boston making it easier for the Red Sox to come out as winners at the end of the competition.
The recently ejected manager, Bobby Valentine was very proud of his players. He told reporters at the end of the game that the team is trying to win the series at present, so they are doing the best they can on the field. Although the Red Sox lost the first game, they managed to pull out victories during the last two competitions.
The manager’s third ejection was caused by a heated discussion between him and O’Nora. Valentine refused to continue the argument because he was afraid he could get fined. This was the third time Valentine was ejected this season. He has been eliminated 40 times before since he first started his managerial career. Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett and crew chief Tom Hallion were also tossed by the third base umpire.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi was upset by the results of the Sunday game. Despite this, he did not put the blame on his players; on the contrary, he stated that the team didn’t have enough opportunities because the Red Sox were tough on them.