Jay Bruce performed well at the grassroots level, dropping Cedric Mullins at home in the first game of the Orioles 7-2 at the stadium on Tuesday, and then hit He made his first home run and became the Yankees and took a shot line on the right field to open the second inning.
Bruce said of home runs: “It feels good to get rid of the first one.”
When Bruce reached an agreement with the minor leagues to participate in spring training, he believed that his swing would perform well at Yankee Stadium, not just because of a home run like Tuesday.
Bruce said: “I won’t hit a lot of home runs on the right margin.” “You see there, a fly ball has a high hit rate, but it is really high. It can fly 320 feet and become a home run. Listen. Now, I have played games in large parks and small parks, and every park is playing at this time. No matter how far they go, they count the same.”
Bruce added that he would not aim for the short porch on the right.
He said: “I don’t have to aim for this.” “The risk is not necessarily worth it for me. I aim for the barrel.”