NEW YORK -- Already, the Boston Red Sox are feeling right at
home in Yankee Stadium during All-Star week.
Red Sox minor leaguer Che-Hsuan Lin hit a two-run homer and nine
World team pitchers combined on a three-hitter Sunday for a 3-0
victory over the United States in the Futures Game.
The 10th annual showcase for baseball's premier prospects began
a much-hyped farewell to Yankee Stadium, with Tuesday night's
All-Star game highlighting the grand ballpark's final season.
Boston, fierce rival to the hometown New York Yankees, will be
well-represented. Seven Red Sox made the American League squad, to
be managed by Boston's Terry Francona after his club won its second
World Series title in four seasons last year.