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    Sunday Gravy: Indians’ streak perfect primer for postseason

    When I was nine and playing Little League, the only statistic of which I was aware was whether we’d won or lost the game. It didn’t occur to me until years later that I could track my own batting average.

    By Chip Malafronte cmalafronte@nhregister.com @ChipMalafronte on Twitter|

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    Pomeranz, Benintendi propel Red Sox past Athletics

    BOSTON >> Drew Pomeranz knew it was likely the last batter he’d face. He figured he had to make one of his best pitches.

    By Ken Powtak The Associated Press|

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    no run support again

    NEW YORK >> Adeiny Hechavarria hit a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning off Sonny Gray and the Tampa Bay Rays, playing as the home team in a series relocated to Citi Field because of Hurricane Irma, beat the New York Yankees 2-1 on Tuesday night.

    By Ben Walker The Associated Press|

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    Yankees right at Home in road win over Rays at Citi Field

    NEW YORK >> In the start of a series moved from Florida to Citi Field because of Hurricane Irma, Todd Frazier capitalized on Trevor Plouffe’s two-out error with a three-run homer in a five-run fourth inning that led the New York Yankees over the Tampa Bay Rays 5-1 on Monday night.

    By Ronald Blum The Associated Press|

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    Sunday Gravy: Fantasy team only allegiance for a nomad fan

    As much as I enjoy the NFL, I don’t really pay much attention until actual games are on my living room TV. Training camp news and the preseason mean little since I’m not devoted to one particular football bandwagon.

    By Chip Malafronte cmalafronte@nhregister.com @ChipMalafronte on Twitter|

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    Yankees take series finale from Red Sox

    NEW YORK >> Matt Holliday and Todd Frazier hit back-to-back home runs as the New York Yankees wore out Chris Sale early and routed the Boston Red Sox 9-2 on Sunday night, taking three of four games in their final series of the season to make up ground on the AL East leaders.

    By Mike Fitzpatrick The Associated Press|

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    Holliday’s three-run homer propels Yankees past Red Sox

    NEW YORK >> Matt Holliday once again became a bruising designated hitter against his former designated sitter.

    By Ben Walker The Associated Press|

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    Astros top Mets in first game at home since Hurricane Harvey

    HOUSTON >> Baseball returned to Houston on Saturday with the Astros giving the flood-ravaged city a few hours of entertainment at the end of a terrible and trying week.

    By Kristie Rieken The Associated Press|

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    Yankees take opener against Red Sox

    NEW YORK >> CC Sabathia shut down the Boston Red Sox for the fourth time this season and the New York Yankees got homers from Gary Sanchez and Greg Bird on the way to a 6-2 victory Thursday night in the opener of a pivotal four-game series.

    By Mike Fitzpatrick The Associated Press|

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    Cincinnati finally ends losing skid

    CINCINNATI >> The Reds ended New York’s domination in Cincinnati with an emphatic win and a feel-good moment — Joey Votto giving a bat and a jersey to a young cancer patient. The Mets then headed for flood-ravaged Houston and a day off to help out.

    By Joe Kay The Associated Press|

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