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New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox Live Stream: Watch Online 2014 MLB, TV Schedule, Radio Stations

( [email protected] ) Apr 11, 2014 05:53 PM EDT
The New York Yankees (5-5) will host the Boston Red Sox (4-6) Friday April 11 at 7:05 p.m. ET at the Yankee Stadium as the second game of their four-game series continues.
New York Yankees' Jacoby Ellsbury, right, hits a fifth-inning RBI-double in a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium in New York, Thursday, April 10, 2014

The New York Yankees (5-5) will host the Boston Red Sox (4-6) tonight April 11 at 7:05 p.m. ET at the Yankee Stadium as the second game of their four-game series continues.

Jacoby Ellsbury, who has switched sides in baseball's most historic rivalry, will receive a parting gift from the Red Sox on Friday when he is presented with his 2013 World Series ring.

Ellsbury batted third for the Yankees on Thursday, he scored one run and drove in another as the Yankees beat the Red Sox, 4-1 last night. Yankees righthander Michael Pineda pitched six strong innings before two relievers retired the final nine batters in order. David Phelps got seven outs for his first save. 

The Red Sox were 0 for 5 with runners in scoring position, dropping them to .202 on the season. It's only 10 games, but the Sox have yet to find their footing offensively and the absence of Ellsbury batting leadoff is part of the reason.

The Red Sox took 13 of 19 from the Yankees last season, including seven of 10 on the road. 

Boston's fans can watch the game on NESN and listen to radio broadcast on WEEI 93.7

Yankees' fans can watch today's game on YES TV and listen to radio broadcast on WFAN 660/101.9 FM, WADO 1280 (Spanish). Click here for the Yankees' radio network affiliate list.

You can also watch the live Stream at MLB TV. Fans can sign up for the MLB.TV Premium ($129.99 a year, $29.99 a month) or MLB.TV ($109.99 and $19.99) packages, which let you watch every live out-of-market game during the regular season over an ever-growing array of mobile and connected devices. MLBAM already has made MLB.TV Premium subscriptions available across more than 400 supported mobile and connected devices, and Xbox One and Playstation 4 have been added to the list.

MLB.TV Premium subscribers have access to every live out-of-market game, with home and away broadcast feeds and a free 2014 subscription to the highest-grossing sports app of all time, MLB.com At Bat, on iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, supported Android smartphones and tablets, Amazon Kindle Fire and Windows Phone 8.