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Yankees shut down by Philly to finish 2-4 on road trip

Reclining in the visiting dugout at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday afternoon, Aaron Boone remarked that he tries not to look too far ahead on the schedule, even as the Yankees’ manager acknowledged that it was impossible not to prepare for their upcoming divisional showdown with the Red Sox.

Limited to four hits over seven innings by Phillies starter Zach Eflin, the Yankees almost appeared to be fast-forwarding through the conclusion of their trip, anticipating the intense games that await on the other side of their bus ride north. Philadelphia salvaged the finale of the three-game Interleague series with a 3-0 victory, ending a 2-4 road swing for the Bombers.

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