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HomeSportMLBAfter the break, the Yankees looked pretty much the same as before

After the break, the Yankees looked pretty much the same as before

After the break, the Yankees look pretty much the same as before

DENVER – Yankees want unofficial ” The second-half” season start will represent a fresh start for a club struggling on home runs. Things are looking up with the addition of a new hitting coach (Sean Casey) and the recovery of injured superstar Aaron Judge.

When Giancarlo Stanton was in They looked even better when they hit a two-run homer in the first inning of their series opener against the Rockies at Coors Field on Friday night. But New York lost 7-2 to Colorado in a 455 foot explosion predicted by Statcast.

left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodón, making his second start for the Yankees since being sidelined. He suffered a forearm strain in spring training. The injury wasn’t serious, but he held up in a very difficult environment for pitchers. Club game. He went five innings, allowed four runs on four hits, walked twice, while striking out six on 19 (88 strike).

Luo Dong has been violating all night Own command, threw three crazy pitches, and often found himself behind the count. But when he needs to get out of jams, he throws some big balls that keep the Yankees within attacking distance on a field where the run can rise quickly.

This is meaningless, However, as an offense, despite some unfortunate hits that hit defenders just right, Judge has been in a state of serious discomfort since June 3 when he was sidelined with a torn ligament in his right big toe. middle.



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