Luis Severino gave up just one run through seven innings and was rewarded with a win against the Red Sox on Wednesday.
Advice: He shut down the highest-scoring offense in the majors without much difficulty. He struck out six batters, walked one and surrendered six knocks. The only run came on an RBI-single by catcher Sandy Leon in the fifth inning. Severino burned 109 pitches in this game and might be used lightly in his last start of the season if the Yankees have clinched the wild card by then. The young right-hander is 18-8 with a 3.38 ERA in 31 starts this year. It is unclear right now if he will get one or two more starts as he makes a run at 20 wins.