Red Sox manager Alex Cora showed again Saturday afternoon that he doesn't care about these final games of the regular season, even if it is the Yankees. New York beat the Sox 8-5.

The win gets the Yankees to the 100 win mark and after hitting two more home runs the Yanks broke the all-time single season team home run mark (266).

Nathan Eovaldi and Eduardo Rodriguez combined to pitch the first four innings and gave up four runs. Then a parade of five other Sox pitchers worked the rest of the game.

Trailing 8-2 after seven innings, the Sox made it close by scoring three times to make it 8-5 in the bottom of the 9th. With two runners on and tying run at the plate, Cora kept lefty hitters Mitch Moreland and Jackie Bradley Jr. in to face lefty closer Aroldis Chapman.

He struck out both Sox hitters to end the game.

One more game to finish the regular season Sunday afternoon at 3pm. It is live on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket.