The Boston Red Sox have finally put an end to the New York Yankees five-game winning streak at Fenway Park with a victory today.

We all knew it would happen eventually. The law of averages in Major League Baseball just couldn’t allow the New York Yankees continue to win every game at Fenway Park.

The Boston Red Sox have put an end to the Yanks five-game Fenway winning-streak.

Sox rookie Eduardo Rodriguez received the start and pitched brilliantly. He picked up his fifth-win of the season by only allowing two-runs on five-hits while striking out two in 6.1 innings.

Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run shot (19) off Ivan Nova in the fourth-inning to give Boston a 3-1 lead they wouldn’t relent.

Rob Refsnyder couldn’t pick up his first MLB-hit going 0-3 and seeing a total of 10 pitches.

Alex Rodriguez once again hit a first-inning home run, his 18th of the season.

The Yanks and Sox will play the rubber game on Sunday, the last contest prior to the 2015 MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati.

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