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NEW YORK — Gerrit Cole continues his streak with eight strikeouts Hot start to season Gleyber Torres continued to swing the hot rod as the Yankees beat the Phillies 4-2 at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday.
Cole hit three in 6 1/3 innings The hit, a successful follow-up to his stellar performance against the Giants on Opening Day, commanded the zone well on a cold, wet afternoon.
In the seventh inning after first knocking out Edmundo Souza, Cole pointed to the Yankees bench, demanding Manager Aaron Boone has one more batter. Cole gave it his all against Nick Castellanos, who got the no. took a walk.
That was one of three free kicks from Cole, he Throwing Throwing (103 for batting ball). That run ended up scoring when Jonathan Loáisiga allowed the bat, batted the ball and sent a Jake Cave sacrifice fly.
New York’s game against Phillies ace Aaron Nola Taking the lead in the game, Torres hit more efficiently in the first and sixth innings. Trevino hit a home run against Gregory Soto in the seventh, his first of the season.