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MLB: Chris Seale hits a ball hit by Aaron Hicks

MLB: Chris Seale hits a ball hit by Aaron Hicks

Boston Red Sox player Chris Seal left Sunday’s game against the New York Yankees after being hit in the hand with an arrow in the first half. Then the Red Sox suffered a crushing 13-2 loss.

With two out, Aaron Hicks hit a 106.6 mph ball into Sal’s left hand. The ball veered onto the court and Gleber Torres scored to give New York a 3-0 lead.

Sala screamed in pain and immediately ran off the field with his injured hand raised. He was replaced by Hirokazu Sawamura. Leaving the game sale with two strokes and three runs allowed in two-thirds of the inning.

At least eight pitchers moved to Boston Hill after Seal left. The Red Sox’s troubles continued into the eighth inning, when the team allowed the Yankees eight runs.

Tim Lucastro put an exclamation point on that eight-point push by hitting the long ball. Joey Gallo completed the scoring with Round 11 at home in his seventh inning season.

After driving in seven runs the night before, Matt Carpenter had another tough game with three RBIs.

Seal, 33, was on his second start since returning from a rib fracture that cost him the first three months of the season. He threw 78 shots in five goalless rounds on Tuesday in Tampa Bay and made 24 throws on Sunday before leaving the game after allowing three (two) runs to two hits for six.

Sale, contracted through 2024 on a five-year deal worth $145 million, has made just 48.1 runs in 11 starts for the Red Sox since the end of the 2019 season.

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Last season, he was 5-1 with a 3.16 ERA in nine games when he returned from Tommy John’s surgery.

In the three-game series against the Red Sox, the Yankees scored an impressive 31 points. They won two of the three matches.