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Poor pitching spoils a big offensive night as the Yankees drop rubber-match in Texas

A rough night for Yankees pitching spoiled another offensive outburst, as the Rangers picked up a 12-10 win on Wednesday night in Arlington. Wednesday also marks the first time that the Yankees have lost a series since they lost two out of three against the Red Sox at Fenway in early April. Despite the loss, the offense continues to roll. The Yankees totaled 14 hits and four home runs in the losing effort.

Adam Warren placed on 10-day DL, Holder recalled

This morning the Yankees recalled right handed pitcher Jonathan Holder from AAA Scranton. The corresponding move was veteran righty Adam Warren being sent to the 10-day disabled list with a right back strain. Holder made the Yankees opening day roster but struggled mightily in the Bronx posting a whopping 20.25 ERA in three games while posting a record of 0-1. Holder was sent down after his poor performance against Baltimore on April 6th. The 24-year-old righty will look to get things back on track in this weekend’s final two games against Toronto. Holder will be active for today’s 1:05 game.
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Warren who pitched last night and gave up a home run to former Yankee legend Yangervis Solarte has been his usual solid dependable self this season. In eight appearances he has posted a 3.24 ERA. Warren solidified last nights’ game from getting too far out of hand after another sub-par performance by starter Sonny Gray. He pitched 2.2 innings while surrendering only the solo homerun to Solarte. The team hopes that Warren’s stay on the DL will be just for the minimum 10 days.

Article by Fave Ruggiero