One is good, but two is better. Aaron Judge took two long courts on Tuesday night to help the New York Yankees win 7-6 against the Boston Red Sox in a game that ended in the 10th inning.
With his two long cannons, Judge has 57 bombs this season. The most home runs in a season was current teammate Giancarlo Stanton with 59 points in 2017. The judge finished the match with three points, three hits and two RBIs on the bats.
With the victory, the Yankees are the top leader in America East, now 6.5 games above the Blue Jays.
The Sox were the first to quickly establish their rhythm. On the first inning, young Triston Casas hit the second homer of his Major League career to put Boston up 2-0.
The Yankees responded on their next turn to bat in the second inning. Marwin Gonzalez stretched out his arms to tie the game 2-2 with a two-pointer.
Then, after watching Reese McGuire reassign the Red Sox with a third-inning solo homer, Judge finally found his way. In the sixth, he caught a five-game homer streak and took the game 3-3 with a single slap.
History repeated itself a few minutes later for the Judge. After a Xander Bogaerts homer put the Sox back in the driver’s seat, Judge slammed into another homer, this time to force an extra hit at the end.
On lap 10, Gleyber Torres cleared the tracks with a double that went 7-4 in favor of the yankees.
The Red Sox closed the lead by just one point, but Wandy Peralta managed to get out of the hot water and closed the books to hand the victory to the team. Bronx Bombers.
Yankees starter Gerrit Cole allowed four innings and four runs in six. At camp Red Sox, Nick Pivetta was called out of the game after giving up six innings and three runs in the five and third innings.
The two teams will face each other on Wednesday evening for the second and final duel of this two-game series.
Trout’s streak ends at seven
Los Angeles Angels star player Mike Trout’s homer streak jumped to seven in Tuesday night’s 3-1 loss to the Cleveland Guardians.
Trout was limited to three routine balls in three official plate matches. He also took a walk.
A three-time American League Most Valuable Player winner, Trout was first attempting to tie the Pittsburgh Pirates’ major league record of eight consecutive home runs set by Dale Long in 1956.
This sign was later made by Don Mattingly of the New York Yankees in 1987 and Ken Griffey Jr. of the Seattle Mariners in 1993. synced by
Trout admitted that the images invaded his thoughts.
“I won’t lie,” he said. I was thinking that, that’s for sure. Everyone texted me. You (journalists) ask me a lot of questions. A little difficult (not to think about). »
Trout said he was particularly considering a home run when he faced hard-hitting pitcher James Karinchak, who hit a ball flying right into the field in the eighth inning.
“It’s the nature of things, I guess. When I think about circuits, as you can see it’s not good. I ran in bad shots. I was too gassy. I guess I’ll have to start another series. »
Guardians manager Terry Francona wished Trout all the best before the game, up to a point.
“If I was a fan, I’d screw up hoping it would make it to eight,” Francona admitted.
“Since I fucked up there (in the bunker), I hope he doesn’t succeed. But it’s good for sports. Actually, he’s very good at sports.”
It was a 1-1 draw over two runs from Oscar Gonzalez, leading the Guardians to their fifth straight victory. José Ramirez took the lead with the duo and Gonzalez hit José Suarez with an arrow that went over the left field fence (6-7).
Rookie pitcher Kirk McCarty (3-2) kept the Angels down in 3 2/3 innings for the Guardians, who have won seven of their last eight games.
Emmanuel Clase gave up a single hit after two outs in the ninth inning, but defeated Matt Duffy by three innings and made his 35th save in 38 opportunities.
In his first two visits to the plate, Trout faced off against rookie pitcher Cody Morris. He hit a flying ball into midfield on the first inning, and a teammate was seconded at second base on the third inning.
In the fifth round, Trout faced McCarty and went into midfield with another flying ball.
Trout became the first player in the American League to score at least one goal in seven consecutive games since Kendrys Morales debuted for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2018. Canadian Joey Votto regained strength in the National League on July 24 last season with the Cincinnati Reds. 30.
Matt Thaiss gave the Angels the lead in the third half by scoring a point against Morris. The guards tied the score in fifth place courtesy of a sacrifice ball from Luke Maile.
Elsewhere in America
Astros 6 – Tigers 3
HOO : Yordan Alvarez (33rd), Kyle Tucker (26th) and Yuli Gurriel (8th) homered.
TED : Kody Clemens (4th) was the author of a long ball.
Athletics 7 – Rangers 8
OAK : Dermis Garcia finished the game with two strokes, including a home run as well as four runs.
TEXTILE : Mark Mathias had a productive night with three points, three hits and four RBIs. Made two home runs
Rockies 2 – White Sox 4
COLLAR : Chad Kuhl loses after giving up six innings and three runs in the six and third innings.
CWS : Eloy Jimenez (13) and Jose Abreu (15) take home win
Padres 2 – Marines 0
SD : Yu Darvish records his 14th win of the season after allowing only two hits in eight
SEA : Julio Rodriguez, Ty France and Eugenio Suarez, the only Mariners players to hit a hit