Xander Bogaerts had a great night. Aaron Judge had a better one.
Judge snapped a tie in the bottom of the eighth with a two-run homer to left, sending the Yankees to a 9-7 comeback victory over the Red Sox, who absorbed their third straight loss. Judge had hit a three-run homer in the second and had five RBI for the night.
Bogaerts had a four-hit game including two homers and knocked in three, but it wasn't enough for the Red Sox, who on four occasions blew a lead.
Matt Barnes inherited a one-run lead in the eighth but after getting two quick outs, allowed three consecutive hits, topped by Judge's shot, measured at 468 feet.
Together, Bogaerts and Rafael Devers hit three homers, collected six hits and knocked in five runs.