Referee Aaron hit a three-run truck in the ninth inning for his first home run in the major leagues to give the Yankees a 6-5 comeback victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night .
Giancarlo Stanton tied it with a three-run tie in the sixth, and the Yankees rallied for their 14th win in 16 games after three Toronto ejections left the Blue Jays angry to see the red.
Yankees 6, Blue Jays 5 | Scores | Play-by-Play
The Yankees overcame a poor start by Luis Severino and improved to 21-8, the best record in size.
George Springer began as home director for Toronto, and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit twice in the eighth which helped the Blue Jays take a 5-3 lead.
No. 9 batter Jose Trevino and DJ LeMahieu drew a consecutive nine-yard pass through Jordan Romano (1-2) before the Referee sent a hanging 1-2 slider 450 feet into the second deck. on the left. The big slugger, who hit a walk-out drive for AA class Trenton in April 2015, did a little dance when he reached the plate and was swarmed by happy friends .
The Referee and Stanton have been in the same game 20 times, including last season, and the Yankees have won 19 of those games.
It was the second rescue in 14 ways this season for Romano, who started the night as a major save.
Wandy Peralta (1-0) pitched a hitless nine for the win.
The Santiago Espinal had two early games – the first being decided at home – as Toronto quickly made it 3-0 to take on Severino, which began in the eighth weekend.
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Unbelievable moments are suddenly in full glass.
Yusei Kikuchi pitched five hitless innings before Stanton tied the score in sixth with a three-run homer off reliever Yimi García who removed Yankee Stadium’s short right-back fence from several laps. The 335-foot driver will not be able to work from home in other major sports venues, according to Statcast.
That was a real rocket.
García hit the next batter, Josh Donaldson, around the left elbow with a 94 mph fastball at 0-1 count.
The players of the Yankees bench did not like it, but Donaldson calmly went to the first base and the umpires convened on the grass infield.
After a long discussion, the captain of the team Alfonso Marquez released Garcia, leaving the pitcher and several Blue Jays who spilled out of the dugout. In a heat exchange, Marquez will throw pitching coach Pete Walker the same way.
And when Yankees reliever Jonathan Loáisiga brushed back Bo Bichette with 97 mph fastball in the seventh, plate umpire Lance Barrett heard something from the Blue Jays bench and ejected flabbergasted manager Charlie Montoyo.
Toronto got its hopes up and put together two games in eight. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. drew a path through Loáisiga and raced all the way home from first with the head of the Gurriel lane double-turning to the left of Chad Green.
Gurriel climbed to third in the home run and scored on Alejandro Kirk’s flight.
Toronto lost three straight and eight.
A mouse steals a show when Mets win
WASHINGTON – No question this mouse is real. So is the Mets.
A critter scurried through the grass outfield before James McCann’s flight was flying in the early stages during the third three-run on Tuesday night, and Carlos Carrasco nearly went seventh again. , helped the Mets win the Washington Nationals, 4- 2.
Mets 4, Nationals 2 | Scores | Play-by-Play
The sight of an animal has caused some outcry and cheers from others in the crowd of 21,955 at Nationals Park, where fans were encouraged to take them. dogs to the game.
“Lucky Rat it’s Pups in the Park tonight and not Cat-urday!” Expert team Jennifer Mastin Giglio joked in the newspapers.
The incident brought to mind a year ago – May 8, 2021, for sure – joining the Mets club on the road to a disappointing 77-85 finish: Francisco Lindor and Jeff McNeil were dating. Logs during a race after them together to form a grounder. Shortly afterwards, Mets players rushed into the vicinity of the dugout.
Here’s how Lindor describes it: “I’m like, ‘I’ve never seen a New York mouse.’ So we go down, sprinting. I want to see New York mice, and (McNeil) mad at me and like, ‘It’s not a mouse, it’s a raccoon.’
Hmmm. This time, however, there is no doubt that what will happen during the semi-inning event, which began with the end of the Nationals before, 2-0, Thanks to Maikel Franco’s double RBI – McNeil’s relay throw easily won Yadiel Hernandez at home. He tried to score from the first – in the fourth, and Riley Adams solo shot in the fifth.
That is all Carrasco (3-1) gives in six and two thirds innings; He started that day only the pitcher in the majors who went to more than seven innings in at least two starts.
In the sixth, once Nationals starter Patrick Corbin was replaced by newcomer Carl Edwards Jr., the Mets broke, revealing why they are now 21-10.
The Mets loaded the bases off Edwards (0-1) with two singers and a walker, and Jeff McNeil drove in a pair of runs by ripping a ball that ricocheted off first baseman Josh Bell and down the right-field line.
McCann’s sacrifice flew 3-2 and said “Let’s go, Mets!” chants from their fans in the stands. After Lindor made a superb jump and tossed to get Franco on target in the seventh, the Mets added an unbeaten run in the eighth, and Edwin Díaz pithed ninth for his seventh in the eighth. way.
Verlander Flirts With No-Hitter in Win
MINNEAPOLIS – Justin Verlander missed his fourth unbeaten run by five points but still faced a minimum of eight games, and the Houston Astros beat the Minnesota Twins, 5-0, on Tuesday night. sky for their eighth victory.
Twins third baseman Gio Urshela singled to the right with an eight-yard touchdown to end Verlander’s game. The 39-year-old right-back, in his first season back from Tommy John surgery, finished eighth by getting Royce Lewis to make two appearances.
Astros 5, Twins 0 | Scores | Play-by-Play
Verlander has been vying to tie Sandy Koufax to second place on the unbeaten list. Nolan Ryan holds the record with seven.
After pitching only once in 2020 and missing the entire 2021 season with an elbow injury, Verlander has made his face so far in 2022. Tuesday’s start changed him to 4-1 with 1.55. ERA from the start.
Verlander hit five and walked two of 89 places. Blake Taylor pitched nine for Houston.
Scores and summary conclude on Tuesday’s decision.