ORn double producer of two races of Rougned Odor excelled in a four-score rally in the eighth inning, after two mistakes of theirs helped Boston take an early lead, and the New York Yankees defeated Red Sox 4-3 Saturday.
Gleyber Torres, also Venezuelan, drove the lead race with a single with which the Yankees won their third game in 12 games against bitter rivals In the season.
The Red Sox, who had won four in a row, placed Runners on second and third with two outs in the ninth before Cuban Aroldis Chapman struck out Puerto Rican Kiké Hernández to reach 18 saves.
New York can split the four-game series Sunday at Fenway Park.
The Boston opener, Nathan Eovaldi, had a firm step, with a shut out when there were two outs in the eighth, until he was replaced after an RBI single by Brett Gardner.
Adam Ottavino (2-3) entered the relay, but allowed a double RBI for Giancarlo Stanton. Odor hit his hit to tie the score, to the Green Monster, and Torres followed with a single down the right-field line.
Jameson taillon (6-4), the Yankees starter, allowed three runs – one earned – in seven innings, with four strikeouts and three walks.
Eovaldi struck out eight and was responsible for two runs, without walking away. Of his 100 pitches, 82 were strikes.