NEW YORK -- The Red Sox' hole in the American League East continued to grow, as Boston dropped 5.5 games behind New York in the American League East with a 5-0 loss to the Yankees on Saturday. For the second straight night, a Yankees starter logged 7.2 shutout innings. After A.J. Burnett did the trick on Friday, CC Sabathia repeated the feat on Saturday, striking out nine and allowing just two hits.
Though Clay Buchholz was excellent (six innings, two runs), he had no margin for error. The Yankees did their damage against him on the strength of a Mark Teixeira run-scoring single to right in the third and a Jose Molina sac fly in the sixth. Derek Jeter later added a two-run homer against reliever Enrique Gonzalez.
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