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Yankees suffer seventh straight loss, fall three games under .500

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  • Kyle Evans 

Another day, another loss for the New York Yankees (60-63) as they fell 8-1 to the Boston Red Sox (65-58) on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, extending their season-high losing skid to seven games.

Gerrit Cole allowed six runs over four innings, and at that point, with the way the Yankees have struggled offensively, the game was over.

Aaron Judge plated New York’s lone run with his 24th home run of the season. Aside from that, the Yankees had just one hit, a Greg Allen single.

The Yankees will try to avoid their longest losing streak since August 1995 with a win Sunday. The first pitch is slated for 1:35 p.m.