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1950-2024
Our Seventy-Fourth Year
The Oldest Continuously Active Contest in Sport

An ancient foe prevails in the Bronx

SURGING RED SOX TAKE 2 OF 3 FROM STAGGERING YANKEES; DEVERS HOMERS TWICE IN 3RD GAME SUNDAY WHILE CRAWFORD SHUTS OUT NY WITH 68-PITCH MASTERPIECE OVER 7 INNINGS


In August 2017 Boston rookie 3B Rafael Devers shocked baseball by hitting a game-winning homer off the Yankees' vaunted closer, Aroldis Chapman. A thorn in the Yanks' side ever since, he did it again Sunday night at the Stadium, homering twice to power the Red Sox to a 3-0 win. He now leads all active players with 25 career homers against New York. Sox RHP Kutter Crawford shut down NY on just 68 pitches and 4 hits over 7 innings. The Yanks have lost 15 of their last 20 games, while the Red Sox have won 15 of theirs. Boston now lags the Twins by just 1 1/2 games for the last American League Wild Card spot, while the Yankees trail the Orioles by 3 games in the A.L. East. (AP Photo Noah K. Murray).


Congratulations to this week's winner Jim Glidden

2024 Weekly Contest Winners
Week Ending Member Average
07/07 Ed Cipriano 333
06/30 James Glidden 328
06/23 Andy Bader 332
06/16 Ed Cipriano 331
06/09 Milo Joslin 363
06/02 Richard Sanderson 314
05/26 Grant DeVaul 315
05/19 Nels Lauritzen 336

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