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– Nestor CurtisHowever, in his first start in seven days after recovering from a sore throat, he engaged in some sluggishness with one out in the first after one outing and a walk. But consecutive pitches were obtained Jesus Aguilar to fly to the center and Ramon Laureano On the ground to third place.
The lefty settled to retire nine straight before Aguilar hit a single down the middle with one out in the fourth. Jordan Diaz Put two with two, but Curtis would have escaped harmlessly.
However, his night came to an abrupt end when he loaded the bases with two singles going on a four-pitch walk with no one out in the sixth inning.
Curtis’ final streak: five home runs (plus three hits), two career runs and four strikeouts in 89 pitches with 60 strikeouts.
– you need 12 repeats, Aaron Boone He turned to his tired birds with Ron Marinaccio Entry with bags full. Tony Kemp Oakland got on the board with an RBI hit, and then Shea Langlers Marinaccio walked down the swinging Jess Peterson to tie the match, losing after advancing at the count of 1-2. But a 6-3 double play kept the game on the same level.
After the top of the sixth, Boone is seen talking to Curtis in the dugout, his face somewhat close to his initiator.
– Looking to jump start the A’s and a former Yankee JB SearsThe Pitchers’ first three batters in the game all swung on the first pitch. Anthony Volpe Hit a drive (104.1 mph off the bat) to fly into the lane at left and Jaliber Torres (97.6 mph) was retired by a jump catch on a ball that hit the wall just before Anthony Rizzo Swipe the line drive (108.3 mph) for a base hit on the right.
The Yanks maintained their aggressiveness, but fell short of anything beyond a series of quick innings by an Oakland player who blasted through four innings on just 38 pitches (31 strikeouts).
After Spurs retired from hitting 10 in a row, Harrison Bader Breaking the drought with a liner to left center that rolled all the way to the wall for a triple to start fifth. with one Oswaldo Cabrera A home run to right remained fair and sneaked over the wall (339 feet) to give New York a short 2-0 lead.
— In the bottom of the sixth, Torres put New York back in front right field with a 378-foot homer to left field on a 3-2 fastball that exploded off his bat at 111.7 mph. After Rizzo collected his second song of the night, DJ Limahieu Sears was knocked out of the game with a 402-foot shot from two runs to the left for a 5-3 lead.
– Boone, trying to stretch that bullpen, sent Marinaccio out for a second turn of work, but got into trouble with one and walked and had to be lifted for Ian Hamilton with two in and none in the top of the seventh. Cut the ground and a pair of strikes stranded the runners.
-with Jose Trevino In the beginning after one song, Aaron Hicks He got his first home run of the season with a towering drive to the second floor into right field in the seventh.
–Nick Ramirez He entered his first game in over a week with five runs in 8, and despite allowing two hits and a walk, had his last six out to clinch the win.
The Yanks improved to 19-17 with the win, but they remained in the basement of the AL East. Oakland fell to 8-28 with the loss and saw the run difference drop to minus 129.
– Isiah Keener Valeva He went hitless at the plate on four batters, but the former Gold Glove Award winner made a pair of fine defensive plays on third down: Nick Allen With a dive to his left to start the third and a sharp entry Kevin Smith batting with a neat back and throwing to start the fifth.
Clark Schmidt (0-3, 5.83 ERA) is seeking his first win of the season. The Yanks right-hander has struck out just 29.1 runs in seven starts and allowed 24 runs (19 earned) on 41 hits with seven homers. He has 5.13 FIP and 1.705 WHIP to date. The letter A will start on the right hand Drew Rosinski (0-2, 7.71 ERA).