NEW YORK -- Three delays, 5 1/2 innings and another sensational outing by Clay Buchholz -- albeit a short one. Buchholz allowed two hits in an abbreviated shutout and the Boston Red Sox got home runs from David Ortiz and Jose Iglesias in a 3-0 victory over the New York Yankees that was stopped after 5 1/2 innings because of rain Sunday night. Buchholz (8-0) outpitched Hiroki Kuroda and was pulled after the second of three weather delays. Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller was announced into the game and was warming up on the mound when play was abruptly halted for good, but Buchholz would be credited with a complete game because Miller never faced a batter, according to official scorer Jordan Sprechman. "Thats awesome," Buchholz said. Just before that, the game had resumed for all of 4 minutes before heavy rain returned. Hours earlier, the first pitch was pushed back 45 minutes because thunderstorms were expected to move through the area -- though the rain held off until the top of the sixth inning. "Three rain delays -- a fake one and two real ones," Ortiz said. "What else can you do? You just stick around and see how things end up." Boston took two of three at Yankee Stadium for the second time this season and left town with a 2 1/2-game lead in the AL East over Baltimore. The Yankees fell into a third-place tie with Tampa Bay, three games back. New York has lost seven of eight and nine of 12. Including their season-opening visit, the Red Sox have won their first two series at Yankee Stadium for the second time in 25 years. They also did it in 2011. "Thats how you get yourself closer to the playoffs," Ortiz said. "Winning series, winning series, winning series." Buchholz looked perfectly strong and healthy after missing a turn Monday because of irritation in his collarbone area. He yielded only groundball singles to Ichiro Suzuki and Austin Romine while lowering his major league-best ERA to 1.62. The right-hander is tied with Tampa Bay lefty Matt Moore for the best record in the AL. "Ive felt really good up to this point," Buchholz said. "Im just trying to ride the wave." Pitching for the first time in 11 days, his only dicey moment came when he jumped away from the bag to avoid contact on Brett Gardners leadoff groundout to first base. Buchholz also beat Kuroda (6-4) at Yankee Stadium on April 3 and has given up one run over 12 innings in two starts against New York this year. Ortiz led off the sixth with his 10th home run, a high and long drive that landed in the raised bleachers in right field. He took his time trotting around the bases. "What went further, the ball or your bat flip?" teammate Will Middlebrooks said, needling Ortiz as he walked by. After a single and a flyout, heavy showers suddenly poured down and fans scurried hastily up the aisles for cover. Plate umpire Vic Carapazza called for the tarp almost immediately, and most Yankees players jogged off the field. But not Kuroda. Dejected and probably aware his outing was over, he walked slowly off the mound with his head down. Without even looking up, he underhanded the game ball into the third row of now-empty seats before descending into the dugout. Boone Logan relieved after a 37-minute delay and got two quick outs. Four minutes later it started pouring again, even harder this time, and the tarp went back on. After a 45-minute wait -- and some of the loudest thunder and lightning imaginable -- the game was called. In the dugout, even a few Yankees got jumpy when the thunder boomed and lightning crackled. "I heard guys buckled a bit during the storm," manager Joe Girardi said. "I wasnt there but the satellite TV in my office went out." Consecutive singles to start the fourth by Dustin Pedroia and Ortiz put runners at the corners for Mike Napoli, who got his team-leading 45th RBI with a groundout. Iglesias sent the first pitch of the fifth to left for his second major league home run in 127 at-bats. Ortiz later connected for No. 411 of his career. The 23-year-old Iglesias is considered a defensive whiz at shortstop -- with a much better glove than bat. But hes been subbing at third base for the injured Middlebrooks and is 14 for 33 (.424) since he was recalled May 24 from Triple-A Pawtucket. And while Ortiz has been a Yankees nemesis almost since the day he joined the Red Sox in 2003, the surprising Iglesias has quickly become a particular pest to them this season with a .545 average in 22 at-bats. "I wanted to go up and in to him but I didnt," Kuroda said through a translator. "Both home runs were bad pitches." NOTES: Boston CF Jacoby Ellsbury missed the entire series with tightness in his left groin. After a day off Monday, the team hopes to have him back Tuesday night for the opener of a three-game series against AL West-leading Texas. ... Shane Victorino (strained left hamstring) is not running full speed yet and manager John Farrell said its "probably a little premature" to say the speedy outfielder will go out on a minor league rehab assignment Monday or Tuesday. ... Pedroia has started all 58 games this season. ... Boston is 21-21 at the new Yankee Stadium. ... New York LHP Andy Pettitte (4-3, 3.83 ERA) is set to come off the disabled list and start Monday night against Cleveland RHP Justin Masterson (8-3, 3.07). Pettitte has been out since May 17 with a strained muscle in his upper back. 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SEATTLE -- Shortly after sustaining a knee injury in the spring of 2015 that would cost him the season, Washingtons John Ross placed the Rutgers logo on a calendar app on his phone, a countdown to when hed finally get back on the field for the Huskies.His return proved worth the wait.Ross caught two touchdown passes and returned a kickoff for another score, Jake Browning threw for 287 yards, and No. 14 Washington looked every bit a Top 25 team with a 48-13 rout of Rutgers on Saturday.I feel amazing. I feel great. Im so thankful, grateful, everything you can think of, Ross said. Im just so happy to be able to do it again.Entering a season of lofty expectations, the Huskies (1-0) raced to a 24-0 first-quarter lead and were never threatened by the rebuilding Scarlet Knights, in their first game under new coach Chris Ash.Browning threw for 277 yards and all three scores in the first half as the Huskies built a 34-3 lead. Browning should have thrown four TDs in the half, but Darrell Daniels dropped a pass in the end zone late in the second quarter.Its good to get out of the gate fast, especially with so many unknowns, unknown coaches, unknown players on both sides, Washington coach Chris Petersen said.Brownings offseason goal was to be better on deep throws. He was certainly good to start the season, hitting Chico McClatcher on a 43-yard touchdown on his second pass of the season, followed by TD throws of 38 and 50 yards to Ross as the Huskies burned Rutgers decision to play man coverage on the outside.Ross missed the entire 2015 season after injuring a knee during spring camp.It was just really cool to obviously have thrown the ball to him but to see him come into his own after missing all of last season and all the anticipation of him coming back, Browning said of Ross.The Huskies were also dynamic on special teams. Ross took a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown and Dante Pettis returned a punt 68 yards for a score in the third quarter. It was the third time in school history Washington had kickoff and punt return touchdowns in the same game, and first since 2001.THE TAKEAWAYRutgers: Ashs rebuilding job at Rutgers (0-1) is significant and it will take a while for the new offensive system to improve. Chris Laviano was 24 of 40 passing for 168 yards in his first game running a spread offense.dddddddddddd Rutgers only TD came on a 10-yard run by Janarion Grant in the fourth quarter against Washingtons backups.There was some good and bad. I thought he probably took too many risks sometimes with the ball, Ash said of Laviano. I thought he did some good things though especially in the second half.Washington: While there were plenty of highlights for the Huskies offense, the run game was absent. Myles Gaskin was held to 57 yards on 15 carries despite Washington spending the majority of the third quarter trying to get the run game established. The Huskies had the luxury to experiment with a 31-point halftime lead.POLL IMPLICATIONSWashington was expected to roll past the Scarlet Knights but such and impressive first half will only go to justify the Huskies preseason ranking. The next two games against Idaho and Portland State arent likely to threaten Washingtons poll positioning so expect them to continue lingering just outside the top 10 for the next few weeks.NUMBER WATCHBrowning threw for more than 300 yards only three times during his freshman season. He nearly had 300 by halftime against Rutgers and if not for the blowout score and the Huskies intent on getting the run game started in the third quarter, Browning would have likely had one of the better passing games of his career.One of Brownings touchdown throws to Ross was a run play that he checked to a pass at the line of scrimmage.Jake made good throws on deep balls early, so we were pleased with that, Washington offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith said.UP NEXTRutgers: The Scarlet Knights get a break facing Howard of the Football Championship Subdivision, the first of three straight home games.Washington: The Huskies meager non-conference schedule continues by hosting Idaho. It will be another chance for the Huskies to give some of its younger players experience before the schedule toughens at the end of September.LAST WORDReally pleased with how fast they started. The first quarter was really, really good on both sides, Washington coach Chris Petersen. 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