Yonkers smothered in another twins
Boone frustrated with 1B review call ahead of Correa 23;s go-ahead HR
NEW YORK – Yankees vs. Twins Dominance was a remarkable and largely unexplained quirk, and the rest stayed the same throughout two decades of comprehensive roster changes. When these two clubs meet, regardless of setting or month, pinstripes often stand out.
and in That feeling was felt again in the ninth inning Thursday, even though an earlier call from first base still boiled over in the home dugout. With bases loaded and one out, the Yankees were poised to celebrate a walk win that never came , turned around and lost to Minnesota 4-3.
As of Thursday, the Yankees have won
“We have a chance,” manager Aaron Boone said. “Our time is a little short.”
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“When you’re playing on a stage as big as Yankee Stadium, there’s that extra motivation,” Minnesota’s Carlos Correa said he hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the eighth inning. “There’s more adrenaline, more focus, more desire to win. The fans here, they’re not just bringing the best to the home players, they’re bringing the best to the away players.”
As the Yankees prepare for this weekend with The Rays play another big division showdown, ready to welcome Derek Jeter back to the Bronx since 2017 For the first time since Boone was still outraged at the turn in the eighth inning after setting up Correa’s blast.
After being out , left-hander Wandy Peralta lured hitter Jake Cave to hit the slow roll on the right side of the infield. First baseman Marwin Gonzalez scooped the ball to Peralta, who stumbled, but his right foot appeared to stomp on the bases before Cave arrived.
First base umpire Alex Stosy dominated the cave safety and the Yankees challenged quickly. Upon review, the appeal was established; a frame-by-frame analysis showed Peralta had juggled the ball, and replay officials believed there was no solid evidence that he regained control in time for Cave to retire.
“What do you think?” Boone asked a questioner. “I think he’s out. We have to put up with the [call] stands. That’s how our system works.”
The call drew jeers from the crowd, as Correa took to rookie backup Greg Weathert The deep offense, the two batters will have more unhappy customers after.
The Yankees seemed set up in the eighth inning when a wild pitch sent the judges home, making it a one-man game. Giancarlo Stanton made his debut in days, batting for Estevan Florial, who had a great run in nine overs. Since a left Achilles tendon injury.
“He just missed a handful,” Boone said. “I think it’s encouraging to have him hitting that level tonight. I thought he was in a few of them.”
Andujar’s home run — his first in the major leagues of the year — bolsters retired Nestor Cortez first 04 when he returned with a groin strain facing batsman. Boone made Cortez’s pitch number strictly 60 to make it a success Gary Sánchez to Cortez 58 A simple decision after pitching doubles for RBI.
“Obviously, we wanted to win that game,” Cortez said. “But as far as I go forward, I think my pitching numbers are going to increase. Physically, I feel good.”