NEW YORK -- Aaron Judge tracked J.D. Martinez's eighth-inning drive to the right-field wall, timing a leap with precision as he pushed his glove into the crowd. He returned to the warning track with empty hands, briefly searching for the baseball before realizing that it now resided somewhere among the anguished faces in the seating area. After the Yankees rallied to tie the game with four runs in the seventh, Martinez's solo homer off Dellin Betances held up as the deciding blow. The Yankees' eight-game winning streak was snapped with a 5-4 loss to the Red Sox on Thursday evening at Yankee Stadium, with New York's second loss in 19 games evening the rivals once again atop the American League East.