Yankees vs Red Sox MLB Live Stream Reddit for Sunday Night Baseball

James Paxton #65 of the New York Yankees (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
James Paxton #65 of the New York Yankees (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) /

Here’s how you can watch the Yankees-Red Sox game on Sunday night.

For the third time in as many contests, the New York Yankees will have the luxury of playing in primetime, as they will close out their three-game set against the Boston Red Sox on Sunday night.

The Yanks disposed of their AL East rival in Game 1 as Aaron Judge went deep for the third straight game and left-hander Jordan Montgomery made light work of Boston’s lineup after being recalled from the club’s alternate training site.

That win was followed with another complete domination, as Aaron Boone shoved Nick Nelson and David Hale down Boston’s throat (seriously).

What comes next? A redemption opportunity for James Paxton, among other things.

How to Live Stream Yankees vs Red Sox

First pitch from the Bronx is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on ESPN’s weekly Sunday Night Baseball.  Live and legal streams can be found on the Watch ESPN app as well as the Reddit live stream subreddit community via Discord.

James Paxton will take the ball for New York in this one, and he will be looking to bounce back from a dreadful first outing. In what ultimately proved to be the club’s first loss of the young season, the 31-year-old southpaw lasted just one+ inning, in which he threw a whopping 41 pitches and surrendered three runs on five hits and one walk.

It wasn’t the performance that Yankees fans were expecting after Paxton’s superb debut season in the Bronx, when he finished 15-6 with a 3.82 ERA and 186 strikeouts. That included a remarkable start against the Houston Astros in the ALCS in Game 5.

Let’s hope that first outing was just a blip on the radar, and he restores the faith of the fan base by stymieing the Red Sox.

On the other side, Boston will send reliever Austin Brice to the mound. Matt Hall was initially scheduled to start, and he’ll likely follow behind — the 27-year-old left-hander took the loss in his first start of the year against the Mets after conceding three runs on three hits and two walks in 2.2 innings of work.

No matter who takes to the bump, New York should be favored in this one as the team looks to extend its lead in the AL East in the early stages of the shortened season.

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