.Surely it was not a pleasant Tuesday night for the New York Yankees, as they were humiliated 14-1 by they long time and bitter rivals Red Sox, as they also looked effortless and without ideas on how to deal with Chris Sale's pitches.
However, Boston was hitting anything that Luis Severino threw at them, and maybe Yankees' manager Aaron Boone knows the reason on why was this happening after the Dominican ace allowed eight hits and five runs in five innings against the Red Sox.
The skipper told to SportingNews.com after the game:
“We’ve addressed certain things in the past. We’ve noticed things from time to time. We’re always as vigilant as we can be with what he may or may not be doing
Also, Luis Severino himself spoke with the portal, and he was reflective about his performance in that game, saying that maybe there was something going on with his pitches and mechanics that resulted in a blow out by the Red Sox:
I don’t know if I was tipping or if they saw something, but the game is not the time to be working on it. I need to see video to see what’s going on, if there is anything going on.
Before this game, Severino just allowed six hits and two runs over the course of 13 innings pitched in two games.