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Yankees bat responds to Hal's challenge

Yankees94; bat response from Hal


NEW YORK — The Metro Series opened without Aaron Judge or Pete Alonso in the starting lineup. Instead, fans got a whole bunch of outlandish surprises: an early slam, a five-point comeback, a catapult of sticky stuff and, ultimately, a Yankees win.

In a game, Luis Seve Reno was hit hard early and then saw his sleeping offense wake up again, losing the lead again with Josh Donaldson’s sixth-inning sacrifice fly in the Yankees’ 7-6 win over the Mets at Citi Field on Tuesday night. Balls as differences.

Clay Holmes with an electric 8th inning The performance held onto the lead, striking out Francisco Lindor and Starling Marte to secure the bases loaded.

Managing Partner Hal Steinbrenner stated that people like Giancarlo Stanton and DJ A lackluster star like LeMahieu “has to start hitting,” the duo responded, with every home run part of an attack on Max Scherzer. So did struggling rookie Anthony Volpe — who got a vote of confidence from Steinbrenner and manager Aaron Boone.

Stanton introduces Statcast projection on Scherzer slider 408 ft. homer in the first inning, LeMahieu followed in the fourth with a two-run field goal to help the Bombers comeback . Volpe hit a run and Jake Bauers hit a double in pursuit of Scherzer.


Severino third in a row First start, six runs (five) on seven hits and three walks in 4 2/3 innings. Brandon Nimmo hit the starter’s homer off the right-hander at 94 The pitching effort produced just five swing-and-misses. After visiting the mound, Severino allowed Louis Gillom to hit a scoring single to tie the game until Donaldson’s ball flew out.



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