After a long period of play in which the Yankees lost eight of their 11 games and lost their first place, the Bombers could have begun to panic. Instead, they responded by picking up the last two games of their four-game series with the White Sox, ending the trip on a positive note and retaining first place in a major three-game series with the Rays. second place. With reinforcements en route, I hope this will mark the beginning of a strong positive push for New York.
Winner of the game
It was another balanced team effort in which no stellar performances fed the Yankees; several solid games led them to victory. We would do well to highlight two four-run games produced, courtesy of Austin Romine and Brett Gardner. Both recorded two hits to explain most of the Yankees heats. Gio Urshela also needs to come out of this game feeling a bit better, showing signs of coming out of the crisis with a single and a double.
Honorable mention: Cameron Maybin scored a goal as he claimed his case was not to be nominated for an assignment the following week, and James Paxton took a step in the right direction with six rounds of two-point ball.
Loser of the game
It is not easy to choose a loser when each member of the starting formation reaches the base and the pitching team gives only three races. The worst performance of the day was beaten by Mike Tauchman, who had only played five appearances on the plate, and the worst pitcher performance came from David Hale, who allowed his group to run solo in the eighth inning. Difficult draw, guys.