Judge Nearly hit60 … then The Yanks still have a playoff spot!
Donaldsons walk-off RBI single in th Sending New York to the playoffs again
New York – they packed the stands 27, 60 Strong again Thursday night at Yankee Stadium, every time Aaron Judge will His spikes dug into the batter’s box. Even though their favorite superstar was left in the park, those fans didn’t come home empty-handed to witness the Yankees in 2022 playoffs.
Judge walked three times and his home run total remains the major league leader 60 and 13 game left, Gianca Giancarlo Stanton hits a two-run homer and Josh Donaldson hits an RBI single in
to help Yankees beat 5-4 Red Sox innings.
With the win, the Yankees are a playoff club for the sixth year in a row — or, to put it in context, a winning streak that runs through every full season of Judges in the majors. They were in the past 28 year.
Judge bid to tie Roger Maris’ single-season U.S. team’s league mark in the ninth inning, placing a loud flyball 404 foot lifted to Matt Barnes’ midfield, but it was caught by Kiké Hernández on a warning track not far from the wall.
Oh. mine. Omg. The judge is So close…
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Stanton, in depth Sixth, a rebound in the eighth inning was triggered with the first single. Pinch-runner Tim Locastro grabbed the second, advancing on a base and scoring on Harrison Bader’s sacrifice fly to tie it at 4.
Jameson Tyrone for New York The team got off to a solid start, hitting four hits in six scoreless innings. The right-hander walks a ball and strikes out eight before handing the game over to the bullpen. Clark Schmidt gave up a one-run homer from Triston Casas and a three-run homer from Reece McGuire to give Boston a 4-3 lead.