It’s no secret that the Yankees and Red Sox play marathon baseball games each time they meet. With FOX and ESPN fighting to broadcast every possible game they can, longer commercial breaks and drawn-out production add time to games between two teams very adept at wearing down starting pitchers and bullpens. Today, Ed Prices takes a look at that long-game phenomenon in The Star-Ledger. While the Commissioner’s Office has put some measures into place to cut down on the time of games overall, the Yankees, it seems, are not up to snuff. The Red Sox are. Of course.