Andy Martino, SNY.tv | Twitter | It was easy to get lost in the blur of the drama on Tuesday night, as the Yankees edged the Red Sox, 3-2, on the strength of two Giancarlo Stanton home runs. This was May baseball at its most theatrical, after all.
But as the Yankees completed the remarkable accomplishment of pulling even with Boston after falling 7.5 games behind on April 20, two underlying factors suggested that the they could be on their way to dominating the summer.
Before the game, Sox manager Alex Cora slipped in the major news that David Price would not make his scheduled start on Wednesday. Price, who began this season with 14 consecutive scoreless innings before stumbling a bit, is essential to his team. If he is a top-of-the rotation starter, the Red Sox rotation is deep and formidable. If he is not, it is thin...