The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees met up for a Sunday night baseball game at Yankee Stadium. With Chris Sale on the mound, the Red Sox got great work out of their ace, but they needed extra innings to take the game. Boston got big hits from Rafael Devers in the ninth and Andrew Benintendi in the 10th. Sale also delivered a stellar performance for his team. Here's the latest Red Sox vs. Yankees game recap including top performers, stats, a standings update, and what's next for the two teams.

MLB game recap

Down 2-1 in the ninth inning, Rafael Devers came through for the Boston Red Sox.

Devers' solo home run helped tie the game up and send it to extra innings. In the 10th, it was fellow rookie Andrew Benintendi hitting a single to drive in the eventual game-winning run. Helping out the Sox in tonight's game was certainly their star pitcher Chris Sale.

Even though he didn't record the win, Sale delivered a dominant performance with 12 strike outs during his time on the mound. Sale allowed four hits and an earned run during his seven innings in the game. Picking up the win as he closed out the Yankees was Craig Kimbrel who is now a perfect 4-0 for his season.

The new york yankees got their two RBIs for the night from catcher Austin Romine and third baseman Todd Frazier. Rookie Aaron Judge has been in a slump lately but managed to record a stolen base in tonight's game. Coming up on the losing side of the pitching was Aroldis Chapman who now has a 4-2 record on the season.

Centerfielder Jackie Bradley Jr.

got the Red Sox on the board early in the game with his two-out RBI in the fifth inning. However, New York answered right back with their own run when Romine hit a triple to deep right scoring Chase Headley. The Yankees would later take the lead on a sacrifice fly from Todd Frazier which scored Aaron Hicks. However, Devers came up with a 423-foot home run in the top of the ninth to ensure that the Red Sox had it tied up.

Standings & what's next

The latest win moves the Boston Red Sox to 67-50 overall. They still lead the American League East and are now on a two-game winning streak. Next up, the Red Sox host the Cleveland Indians on Monday with game time set for 3:10 p.m. Eastern Time.

With the loss, the New York Yankees fall to 61-55 overall. The Yankees are still leading all teams in the American League Wild Card standings. The Los Angeles Angels are 61-58 and have the second AL Wild Card spot right now. The New York Mets are up next for the Yankees, with their game scheduled for Monday at 4 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN.