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It is not warm. "I thought Angel Hernandez called a good game", he told reporters, per James Wagner of the New York Times.

But, save for a called strike three on Andrew Benintendi and a few questionable calls, Hernandez was not a major part of Game 4, which saw the Red Sox eliminate the Yankees to move on the ALCS.

"Awesome to clinch this one", Red Sox reliever Matt Barnes said, "but we've got eight more". He's their ace and will pitch multiple times in this series. Luke Voit walked on four pitches, and Kimbrel hit Neil Walker on a leg with his next pitch, forcing in a run. "But I got under it", Sanchez said through a translator.

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With Lovren closing in behind him, the Argentina worldwide went down but referee Martin Atkinson waved away penalty claims. The dreaded worldwide break has begun but it comes at a great time for Liverpool after a draining run of fixtures.

The Red Sox won the game 4-3 and the best-of-five series 3-1 to advance to the AL Championship Series, where they will face the defending champion Houston Astros beginning Saturday in Boston. Nathan Eovaldi, a trade deadline pickup from Tampa Bay in July, had swung the series back in Boston's favor thanks to a masterful performance on the mound in Game 3. For the second straight night, Yankees rookie manager Aaron Boone hesitated to remove his starting pitcher early. NY set a major league record this year for most home runs in a season, but didn't go deep in the two games at Yankee Stadium. The case was moved last week from southern OH, where Hernandez's lawyer initially filed it, to NY after U.S. District Court Judge Michael R. Barrett ruled in favor of the league.

"I just want to win". Instead, according to Newsday's Tim Healey, he blames umpire Ángel Hernández. He was awful at first base [in Monday's game]. Perhaps the only person who had a worse Game 3 than Boone or Severino was umpire Angel Hernandez.

Hernandez, a 57-year-old born in Cuba, filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against Major League Baseball in 2017, claiming he has been passed over for promotions and postseason assignments.