The Yankees resumed their rotation, but they still believe that they rely heavily on the bullpen.
Even without Arodis Chapman for the second consecutive game, the rescue team helped the Yankees achieve their first victory of the season, defeating the Blue Jays 5-3 in the Bronx on Saturday.
They won the second home run in Gary Sanchez’s many games, and Jay Bruce won two consecutive singles titles, but when Darren Odai (Darren O ‘Day) allowed a pair of bloop singles to open the game, they clung to their second straight victory in the eighth game. Bureau.
O’Day regained the advantage before manager Aaron Boone headed to Chad Green for four saves. In the eighth inning, there were 2 ins and 2 outs, and the right-hander allowed Rowdy Tellez to swing on 4 clubs at 1
Green ranked ninth in front of the 10,107 spectators announced at Yankee Stadium. Chapman will throw a two-game ban on Mike Brosseau, who was close to the light last season, and will return on Sunday.
The Yankees led 1-0 in the second game. Gio Urshela (Gio Urshela) played two singles and finished third with the tough Clint Frazier (Clint Frazier) left double. DJ LeMahieu then ranked third with a slow ground scoring, and Cavan Biggio’s throw made Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s foot out of the first base bag and turned out to be Urshela’s RBI single player.
Toronto finished third in the run-up of Yankees starter Corey Kluber. Crazy pitching allowed Danny Jansen to move up to third, while Marcus Semien slid to second and Sanchez made a mistake when he made a free throw into the midfield. Jansen scored.
Kluber escaped trouble in fourth place. Guerrero and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. played back-to-back singles, Randal Grichuk played two knockout rounds, after which Jansen dropped out to keep the game tied .
When Sanchez led the team with a home run in the second inning in many games, he once again placed the Yankees at the bottom of the game. After falling behind 0 and 2, Sanchez pulled the score back to 2 and 2, and then shot to the left backcourt to lead 2-1.
A walk to Frazier and a single from LeMahieu caused Jays’s starter Ross Stripling to withdraw from the game in the fourth game. Aaron Judge’s single player Tyler Chatwood laid the groundwork for Aaron Hicks’s game, who led 3-1 in field goal percentage.
Kluber immediately gave up the fifth game and let the home run of the home run into Semien. After finishing four innings of his Yankees debut, his afternoon was over. He ran twice in four games, won the game once, and shot 74 goals. After walking 7 strokes in the last two games of spring training, the right-hander took 3 strokes and hit another batsman on Saturday.
Jonathan Loaisiga (Jonathan Loaisiga) came on the court, retiring all six batsmen he faced and eliminated three.
The Yankees added some insurance to the bottom of the sixth place. Rafael Dolis walked two full bases before being replaced by Tim Mayza, who faced Bruce. Bruce made two rounds of single serve to Qian Qian’s left side, extending the lead to 5-2.
Lucas Luetge has participated in a major league game for the first time since 2015, which caused Grichuk to suffer a heavy blow in the seventh game. He also threw a pair of wild pitches, which helped Grichuk score on Semien’s ground, shortening it to 5-3.
In the eighth inning, O’Day entered and quickly allowed a pair of bloops to hit, before entering Guerrero and flying to the left, while Gurriel moved to the left, Brett Gardner seized the opportunity. Green came and won the save.