Quotes, notes, and stars from the Red Sox' 4-2 win over the Yankees.
* "He gathered himself and got a little rhythm as the night went along.'' - John Farrell on Henry Owens.
* "That's a rarity for Betances to leave his breaking ball up like he did. Once David saw it up, he attacked.'' - Farrell on David Ortiz's game-winning homer.
* "There's no sign of him slowing down. Tonight is a prime example of it. Key moment, big hit when we need it. There's a long resume there and it's continuing to build.'' - Farrell on Ortiz's ability to deliver in the clutch.
* "There were some mechanical adjustments that I made. I came out a little erratic, trying to do too much, maybe focusing too much. But as game went on, I kind of got into a rhythm.'' - Owens on his start.
* "I saw him throw a lot of breaking pitches to Mookie. The one they hit stayed up a little longer than usual. He's the kind of pitcher that, if you go up there looking for everything he's got, you're done.'' - Ortiz on his game-winning homer off Dellin Betances.
* Over his career, David Ortiz has hit 29 go-ahead homers from the eighth inning on.
* Ortiz has eight homers in his last 24 games against the Yankees.
* The win was the first this season for the Red Sox in a game in which they were tied or trailing after seven innings.
* The Red Sox have won five of their last six and seven of their last 10.
* The Yankees have been limited to three runs or fewer in their last six games.
* In 21 games, the Yankees have faced 10 lefty starters; in 22 games, the Red Sox have faced two.
* Masahiro Tanaka has issued just one walk in his last three starts.
1) David Ortiz
With one swing of the bat, Ortiz untied a 2-2 game in the bottom of the eighth with a game-winning two-run homer.
2) Jackie Bradley Jr.
Bradley's penchant for delivering a big hit continued as he rapped a two-run double to left in the seventh to erase a 2-0 Yankee lead.
3) Masahiro Tanaka
He shut the Red Sox for six innings before allowing three hits and two runs in the seventh.