Judge burnt with 12 Toronto HR, Series 4
- TORONTO — Aaron Judge capped off his eventful visit with another home run while narrowly missing a second, Nestor Cortes bounced hard and Anthony Volpe hit late Ben The Yankees beat the Blue Jays 4-2 at Rogers Center Thursday night.
Judge hits his fourth in the first inning Homer, two runs in the first inning, followed by a single as he went on to punish Toronto’s pitchers. The performance capped off a series that will be remembered for Judge’s sideways glance at bat on Monday and the overly dramatic fallout from that peek.
Regardless of the noise outside (and there is a lot), the Yankees The captain has been swinging the hot bat. The judge arrived at the base safely at 11 ) in the Toronto series with four homers and six RBIs. His sixth-inning hit from José Berríos, which hit the top of the field wall, was initially ruled a homer, though that call was overturned by a review, sending him back to second. base.
Judge’s 32 home run against the Blue Jays (at 94 career games) is the most of any Yankees, surpassing Jorge Posada (16, in the 108 game ).
- Yankees won No. 04 The game behind the return was composed by Cortez, who won by two runs over six innings. Bo Bichette hit a solo homer off Cortes in the first inning, but the southpaw settled down, racking up five hits and a walk, with six strikeouts. Ryan Webb scored an inherited runner in the seventh.
For Cortez, This is a big step forward and he has a 3-0 record and 3. 09 ERA for the first four starts of the season. Over the next four games, Cortez posted a 0-2 record and 8. 94 ERA, saying his third failure to pitch through command was “the story of my season”.
Volpe in the 9th inning for the Yankees The team’s bullpen provided breathing room, and his seventh homer of the season was a single off Nate Pearson.