Clay Buchholz allowed one run in six innings on Friday. (Charles Krupa/AP)
By Ian Browne / MLB.com
Clay Buchholz had his way with the Yankees for six innings, but with just two hits all night, the Red Sox had little chance against ace Chien-Ming Wang. J.D. Drew broke up Wang's no-hitter with a home run in the fifth, but he was the last Sox baserunner until the ninth.
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