|MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL|
|BOSTON RED SOX AT NEW YORK YANKEES|
|GAME ID: 21 - THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH, 1939 - GAME LOG|
The Boston Red Sox picked up a win at Yankee Stadium, knocking off the New York Yankees, 3-1. Starting pitcher Jack Wilson played a key role in the triumph. Wilson went 9 innings to notch the win. He scattered 5 hits, walked 7, and struck out 3. His record improves to 1-0.
Boston, at 3-0, is off to a blistering start. Boston right fielder Ted Williams delivered a solo home run in the top of the seventh. Overall, he went 3 for 5, including 1 home run, 1 single, and 1 double. He scored 1 run and batted in 2.
"Good pitching, clutch hitting," said Boston skipper Joe Cronin. "I can't complain."