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Happ stifles former team, offense explodes again, in 10-2 win

On a cool, cloudy afternoon in The Bronx, the Yanks dominated the Blue Jays, 10-2, to close out a three-game sweep of their divisional foe. After a rough start to the week, the Yankees got back on track this weekend with the sweep of Toronto. In doing so, they closed out their home stand with a 4-3 record.

Juan Soto’s two homers lead Nationals to series split over Yankees


Juan Soto had a career night as he bashed two home runs and walked, making him the first teenager to do that in a game at Yankee Stadium. The game went back and forth, but the Nationals bullpen was able to keep the Yankees bats cool enough to secure the win and secure a split.
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The Yankees had no shortage of long balls on Wednesday as Greg Bird and Gleyber Torres both went deep, but they were only solo shots so the damage was not as great as it could have been. The rest of the Yankees’ offense came from an Aaron Judge sac-fly and a Giancarlo Stanton RBI single. All of this offense came off of the Nationals’ starter Erick Fedde.  

Sonny Gray did not have his best stuff today as he scattered seven hits and allowed four runs over five innings. He only accumulated one strikeout. The Yankees bullpen was solid tonight, but Juan Soto bested the Yankees for the second time in the seventh inning as he hit a go-ahead homer off of Chasen Shreve in his second inning of work. The Yankees had a runner in scoring position in the seventh and eighth inning, but were unable to push a run across

What’s next?
The Yankees will begin a four-game series with the Rays on Thursday as Blake Snell will face off against Domingo German at Yankee Stadium. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 PM ET.

Article by: Ryan Thoms

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