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Trevino appears clutch as Yanks beat Red Sox

Trevino at Yanks Down Sox

NEW YORK – Expectations for Aaron Judge’s American League record

No. 1 A home run stretched into Day 3, but there were fireworks of a different kind at Yankee Stadium on Friday night, with Gerrit Cole ejected and Jose Trevino delivered in a 5-4 Yankees win over the Reds. The last goal of the Sox’s game.
Trevino hits a clean RBI single in the eighth inning To midfield, continuing his season of success as a base runner in the scoring position, scoring Harrison Budd, who came off the bench for a key walk and then missed a throw by pitcher Matt Strahm. And advance to third place.

Seeking Equality Roger Maris’ AL 94 single-season record for home runs,

sold out Crowd , Since the judges are limited to the pitch, every appearance will be Rising singles in seventh inning in four overs. Judge came out unscathed against Boston starter Rich Hill, striking out twice and flying to left field.

This is a different Aaron – Aaron Hicks – Instead of New York’s offense. Hicks, who recently regretted losing minutes, hit a home run in the third inning and then hit a single in the fifth. Glaber Torres added two in that inning near Hill, who lasted five innings.

Cole was thrown for a scrimmage and a strike in the sixth inning by home run referee Brian Knight, to Alex Verdugo surrendered a tying three-run homer. Cole thought a 1-2 shot to Verdugo should have been a good shot; it was judged a ball and Verdugo knocked the next ball down the wall in the right midfield.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone was also ejected out of the country. Tommy Pham also hit Cole’s first inning homer, he was allowed tied his career high in home runs. Kerr allowed four runs and five hits, struck out eight and walked two in six innings.

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