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The Red Sox defeated the Yankees 4-3 last night, pushed by Dwight Evans and Butch Hobsopn who belted consecutive home runs in the second inning and Hobson later doubled to start a tiebreaking two-run eighth inning.
Reggie Jackson homered for New york off southpaw Bill Lee, tying the score 2-2 in the seventh.
Before Bill Campbell came on in the eighth, Bill Lee allowed only five hits.
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