FORT MYERS, Fla. — The Boston Red Sox showed off their much-improved bullpen Monday night, shutting down the New York Yankees 2-1 in their second and final meeting of spring training.

Five relievers followed a former Yankee, Alfredo Aceves, to the mound, combining for six shutout innings. Bobby Jenks earned the win, striking out one in a one-hit sixth. In five spring outings he hasn’t allowed a run.

Dennys Reyes worked the fourth, Jonathan Papelbon also tossed a clean inning and left-hander Rich Hill went two for the save. Hill yielded one hit and struck out two.

Brett Gardner’s third-inning double off Aceves scored Jesus Montero for New York’s run.

The Red Sox won both meetings this spring between the longtime rivals. The next time they play will be April 8 in Boston’s home opener.

Dellin Betances threw two wild pitches and took the loss. He also hit Marco Scutaro with a pitch.

Manuel Banuelos started for New York in place of Sergio Mitre, scratched because of muscle soreness on his left side.

Mitre, who hopes to pitch Thursday, is competing with Freddy Garcia, Ivan Nova and Bartolo Colon for two open rotation spots behind CC Sabathia, Phil Hughes and A.J. Burnett.

Jarrod Saltalamacchia had an RBI groundout for Boston.