NEW YORK -- Mike Napoli and Daniel Nava combined for seven hits and eight RBI as the Boston Red Sox rolled to an 11-1 rout of the New York Yankees on Saturday night at Yankee Stadium.
Napoli set the tone for Boston's third win against the Yankees by hitting a grand slam on a 2-2 count with one out in the third inning off Phil Hughes (2-4). He also had two other two-strike singles hitting behind slugger David Ortiz.
Nava filled in for leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury (groin) and went 4-for-6 for his third career four-hit game. Coincidentally his first four-hit game was exactly a year ago at Toronto and, in his second straight appearance leading off Saturday, he had three singles before hitting his career-high eighth home run off reliever Adam Warren in the eighth.
Stephen Drew also homered while rookie Jackie Bradley Jr. had three hits for Boston, which had 11 of its season-high 18 hits after two strikes. Six players had multi-hit games for the Red Sox, who have outscored the Yankees 25-7 in three wins at Yankee Stadium.
Boston's prolific offense enabled Felix Doubront (4-2) to win for the first time since beating Houston on April 27. He allowed a run and six singles over six innings and turned in his fifth career quality start in as many games against the Yankees.
Hughes lasted just 4 1/3 innings, allowing five runs and seven hits while throwing 100 pitches. He failed to win for the fourth straight start while pitching less than six innings for the fifth time.
The Yankees lost for the eighth time in 11 games and played their second game since Kevin Youkilis and Mark Teixeira came off the DL. Teixeira had a single in his first at-bat but struck out three times while Youkilis struck out three times after drawing a walk.
Boston opened the third by getting three straight hits from Bradley, Nava and Mike Carp.
Ortiz was walked intentionally following Carp's double to load the bases. Napoli hit a 2-2 fastball into the Yankee bullpen for a 5-0 lead.
After Jayson Nix and David Adams opened the fourth with consecutive singles, Ichiro Suzuki grounded into a force play at second. Doubront gave up a sacrifice fly to Chris Stewart and then used his curveball to strike out Brett Gardner swinging.
Hughes struck out Ortiz for the first out of the fifth and was replaced by Preston Claiborne with a runner on first. Claiborne gave up a two-out single to Stephen Drew but struck out Jarrod Saltalamacchia.
After avoiding the middle of the Yankee lineup with runners on in the fourth, Doubront sailed through the fifth by striking out Youkilis and Teixeira around a groundout to Robinson Cano.
NOTES: Boston CF Jacoby Ellsbury was unavailable with tightness in his groin. The Red Sox said he is day-to-day but were encouraged by his improvement in the last 24 hours. ... OF Shane Victorino (strained left hamstring) could start a rehab assignment Monday with either Double-A Portland or Triple-A Pawtucket. Victorino felt no issues in early batting practice but the Red Sox want to see how he responds to increased intensity in other activities before proceeding. ... 3B Will Middlebrooks (low back strain) took swings in the batting cage and is expected to take batting practice Sunday. ...Youkilis started at DH for the second straight day because the Yankees are facing a left-handed starter. He is expected to play third base Sunday. ... SS Derek Jeter played catch on the field for the fourth straight day. He has a CT scan on his left ankle after New York's homestand ends Wednesday against Cleveland and could increase activity if the scan does not show any issues. ... Stewart left the game after the fourth with an undisclosed injury. Stewart missed five games (May 17-22) with a groin injury. The Yankees invited 112-year-old fan Bernando LaPollo to the game. He attended games in Manhattan's Hilltop Park and met Babe Ruth. ... Former Utah Jazz guard and NBA Hall of Famer John Stockton attended the game.