With a swing, then staring and waving the bat, Giancarlo Stanton breathed a sigh of relief and walked into Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees’ strongman was booed as early as the opening day and was booed again in the first inning on Monday because he was still not hit by the offensive end and the offense was progressing slowly. But in the fifth inning, when his 471-foot moon shot reached the terrace of the left midfield, he quickly dispelled these concerns.
It turned into a boo when Stanton smashed the Grand Slam to interrupt the game and defeated the Yankees 7-0 on Monday night.
Jordan Montgomery was sharp, conceding six suspensions with six three-pointers and slashing the Orioles swept by the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees̵
However, the big bats finally started to explode. Stanton was in charge. Aaron Judge added his first home run of the season after Gary Sanchez only played in the first three games. Responsible for two long balls for the Yankees.
Stanton’s explosion was eliminated twice in the fifth game, equalizing the score with a score of 10 to 0. Aaron Hicks started the season with his 14-1 rut. He just took a footstep and made him the 2-0 Yankees leader. Stanton then landed a 92 mph fastball from the middle of Shawn Armstrong and opened it. There is no doubt that he stared at him with a 115.1 mph missile as it flew into The stands lead 6-0.
After the runners were in the scoring position at the beginning of the 4th season of Season 24, the Yankees played in the 3rd round of the 5th season on Monday, which included an RBI single from DJ LeMahieu, leading 7-0 in the sixth inning.
Manager Aaron Boone has stated that he does not want the Yankees to chase shooting percentages because of a cold start. They seem to be helpful, patient and take seven walks.
It turns out that the judge’s personal homer hit in the fourth game and Montgomery was enough to lead 1-0 on the short porch of the right door. The left-hander dominated his game earlier this year and was very efficient, requiring only 73 pitches to easily pass through 6 rounds. Only one batsman reached third base, and there were two outs on fifth base, but Montgomery calmly trapped him there.
Luis Cessa was followed by a two-game suspension, while Aroldis Chapman made his debut after a two-game suspension and was ninth-placed. Eliminated out.