Why does everyone hate Angel Hernandez so much?

Why does everyone hate Angel Hernandez so much?

Why does everyone hate Angel Hernandez so much?

Craig Kimbrel and the Boston Red Sox held off the Yankees' ninth-inning rally that ended with a video replay, eliminating NY with a 4-3 victory Tuesday night that set up a postseason rematch with the World Series champion Houston Astros.

In their seven matchups this season, the Astros averaged 4.9 runs per game and the Red Sox averaged 4.4 runs per game.

'I think it was a sound decision'.

"He wasn't the usual Craig Kimbrel", conceded manager Alex Cora, "but he got three outs, and he closed out the game".

The All-Star closer, who periodically battled command issues throughout the season, almost let Tuesday's ALDS-clinching 4-3 victory over the Yankees slip away.

What's more evident is which side will account for more money. "Severino didn't step on the field until 7:23".

"So I was saying before that, on a 10-1 score, Benintendi took off to run and stole a base". The 2015 All-Star also doubled home a run in the eighth and finished with five RBIs.

The Red Sox can advance with a win Tuesday night in NY or a win in Game 5 on Thursday in Boston.

Looking to play left-handed hitters against Severino, the first-year skipper inserted Holt at second base and Rafael Devers at third.

Benintendi, already a Yankees nemesis, was on base four times and scored twice.

"It just kind of shows you what kind of team we have and that we could explode at any minute", Betts said.

Romine joined Toronto infielder Cliff Pennington, who pitched in the 2015 AL playoffs against Kansas City, as non-pitchers to take the hill at this time of year.

Thankfully, replay overturned the mistakes, but that still is beyond brutal.

Boston first baseman Steve Pearce stretched for an outstanding catch that nipped Torres.

"We feel like CC physically is in a good place right now coming off a really good start at the end of the year", said Aaron Boone yesterday.

As any New York Mets fan (including this author) can attest, Angel Hernandez has been the worst umpire in baseball since just about forever.

Now down 2-1 and in danger of being eliminated in the best-of-five matchup, they'll turn to CC Sabathia on Tuesday night in hopes of saving their season.

NY got its first run on Brett Gardner's sacrifice fly in the fifth.

When the 24-year-old right-hander left the game after giving up six earned runs in three-plus innings, Darling said, "Severino started warming up late, he exits the game early". Catcher Gary Sanchez told reporters that the pitcher had followed "his normal routine", while Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild said Darling's concerns were "a little bit blown out of proportion". There was a TBS report that he began to warm up only 10 minutes before the game began, but Boone insisted he had enough time to get ready. "It happens, man. I mean, so many bang-bang plays consistently".

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