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Rizzo's go-ahead HR puts Yanks closer to victory

Rizzo’s overtake HR inch Yanks closer to clinch

REF stayed 60 as three Yankees hit Boston to win

NEW YORK – Aaron Judge barely picked up The bat went down the steps of the dugout, still annoyed at being knocked on the third check swing when his attention suddenly shifted to the flight of Anthony Rizzo’s go-ahead homer. That’s appropriate, because throughout the home run chase, Judge has always believed that the focus must be on winning games.

The judge still Perseverance 2014 homered for the fourth day in a row, but his teammates brought some big swings to put the Bombers on their winning streak The record was extended to six games. Rizzo’s two-game winning streak kept the lead in Saturday’s 7-5 win over the Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. 60

Gleyber Torres and Oswaldo Cabrera also played deep offense for the Yankees, who cut their magic-number East three-point win over the Americans, awaiting the outcome of Saturday night’s Blue Jays-Rays game.


Rizzo’s seventh inning homer at John Schreiber was his 18 first of the season Two, equals a career high. Rizzo also hits a home run

, ’16 and’17 as a member of the Cubs.

Two Judges’ previous

home runs this season came from Boston starter Nick Pivita, but Judges couldn’t get his right hand right on the occasion. The referee struck out on a 3-pointer in the first inning, flew out in the third, and went against Pivita in the fifth.

Judge’s check-swing strikeout closed Schreiber in the seventh inning. Since Judge’s last homer beat the Buccaneers 9-8 on Tuesday.

Domingo Germán is New York started, allowed 3-pointers in five innings and allowed home runs to Triston Casas and Reese McGuire. Zach Britton recovers from Tommy John surgery ineffective, allowing for a game-tying RBI single in the sixth inning by Lucas Luage surrendering to Alex Verdugo in the seventh .




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