Relentless Sox trample Yanks again

Mike Napoli, Xander Bogaerts power another barrage of long balls in the Bronx

Updated: September 8, 2013, 10:51 AM ET
By Gordon Edes | ESPNBoston.com

NEW YORK -- Not even the alarming news that Jacoby Ellsbury may have sustained the most significant September injury by a Red Sox outfielder since a future Hall of Famer named Jim Rice broke his wrist in 1975 could keep the Sox from their appointed rounds Saturday afternoon, which in this case meant another beatdown of the New York Yankees and one more step closer to a division title.

With Ellsbury on a plane to Denver for a second opinion regarding a possible fractured navicular bone in ...

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