The Red Sox losing streak is now a week long.
The Sox dropped their eighth straight Sunday, outclassed by the New York Yankees, 7-4, completing a sweep by the Yankees in the four-game series in New York.
David Price was rocked for seven runs in just 2.2 innings, including six runs in the third inning. It was Price's fifth straight poor start.
The Sox managed a but of a comeback with solo homers from Christian Vazquez and Michael Chavis in the fifth and for a tw0-run single from Andrew Benintendi in the sixth, but the Sox got no closer than that.
WHO: Red Sox (59-54) vs. New York Yankees (71-39)
WHEN: 7:05 p.m.
WHERE: Yankee Stadium
SERIES TO DATE: New York 3-0
SEASON SERIES TO DATE: New York 10-4
STARTING PITCHERS: LHP David Price (7-4, 3.86) vs. LHP J.A. Happ (8-6, 5.19)
TV/RADIO: ESPN/WEEI 93.7 FM
10:42 Given how well the Yankees have been swinging the bat this series, I didn't expect that Ryan Weber would be the guy who shuts them down. And yet, here we are and Weber has retired all six hitters he's faced.
10:23 Andrew Benintendi drills a single up the middle to score two, chasing Happ and making things mildly interesting.
10:00 Signs of life, finally, from the Red Sox offense, with back-to-back homers Christian Vazquez and Michael Chavis.
9:52 Tremendous play by Jackie Bradley Jr., who sprints into the gap in left center and takes extra bases away from Mike Fort, and, not that it matters, saved two runs.
9:28 That's it for Price, who comes completely unglued in the third. Faces 10 hitters in the third, eight reach, and six score, with 37 pitches thrown.
9:14 OK, so maybe the changeup wasn't great there -- left up in the zone for Gio Urshela to crush to left-center.
9:07 Despite the homer by Judge in the first, this is the best David Price has looked in some time. Both the changeup and cutter -- his two most important pitches -- have been effective.
8:28 Aaron Judge got jammed on the previous pitch and hit a ball down the line. But not on that one - driven the other way, but way out to RF.