The Red Sox dropped a 20-11 decision to the Yankees, Friday night at Fenway Park, marking the most runs they have surrendered since allowing 22 to New York on June 9, 2000. The 23 hits allowed were also the most the Red Sox have given up since Sept. 3, 1981 against Seattle. Taking the loss was starter Brad Penny, who has now lost his last four decisions after allowing eight runs on 10 hits over four innings. Earning the win for the Yankees was Andy Pettitte, who allowed seven runs on seven hits over five innings. Mike Lowell (3-for-5) and Jason Varitek each hit ninth inning homers for the Sox. Hideki Matsui led the Yankees with a pair of home runs and seven RBI, while Alex Rodriguez (4-for-4), Melky Cabrera (4-for-6), and Mark Teixeira (3-for-5) also starred for the visitors.
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