Here's a breakdown of the Yankees' 3-2 Red Sox on Friday night at Fenway Park.

SAY A-ROD!: Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez hit career home run No. 660, tying him with Willie Mays for No. 4 on the all-time list.

HOW A-ROD TIED MAYS: Rodriguez pinch hit for Garrett Jones with one out in the eighth inning and the score tied at 2-all. The blast came on Junichi Tazawa's 3-0 94-mph fastball and exited like a bullet over the Green Monster in left field.

$6-MILLION MAN: The Yankees are scheduled to pay Rodriguez that much money for reaching the milestone as part of a marketing agreement the sides signed in 2007. But the organization is expected not to pay him. It doesn't believe Rodriguez's achievement should be considered a milestone because he ruined its marketability by using steroids and getting suspended.

MILLER TIME: Andrew Miller locked it down with his ninth save of the year, setting the Red Sox down in a 1-2-3 ninth inning.

BELTED: Carlos Beltran's RBI double put the Yankees ahead, 1-0, in the first inning. It was Beltran's third multi-hit game of the year.

HIT HARD, AGAIN: The Red Sox hit three doubles and Allen Craig blasted a fourth-inning solo homer off him. Sabathia has been hit pretty hard in each of his starts. Friday's was the first that didn't result in a loss. The big lefty gave up two runs in six innings on seven hits and two walks while striking out two.