Major league roundup: Yankees remain hot with 8-2 win over Orioles
- Author: Regina Holmes Jun 11, 2017,
Jun 11, 2017, 10:17
One of those starts occurred May 30 in Baltimore when he allowed one run and seven hits in 6 1/3 innings.
In the first inning on Saturday night against the Baltimore Orioles, Judge ripped a 121-mph laser that just stayed inside the foul pole in left field for the hardest home run hit since Major League Baseball rolled out its Statcast data system. NY has won three straight, outscoring rivals Boston and Baltimore 25-3 over the past three nights.
Severino allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings, marking the fourth straight time he allowed two runs or less.
The Orioles possess a similar home run (84) total as the Yankees but they are behind NY in other hitting categories with 262 runs and a.251 average after 59 games. It was a different story in the latest matchup between two promising 24-year-old arms.
After rookie Jordan Montgomery pitched a career-high seven innings Friday, Luis Severino takes the mound Saturday.
Hicks opened the sixth with a go-ahead homer into The Judge's Chambers section at the back of the lower level of the right-field bleachers.
OFFENSIVE WOES: Not only did the Orioles give up 16 runs, they had just four hits.
Unquestionably, Sabathia also has put together a fantastic start at almost 37, with a 7-2 record and a 3.66 ERA, while Michael Pineda (7-3, 3.39) finally seems to have found some consistency from start to start and Friday's victor, rookie lefty Jordan Montgomery (4-4, 3.55), has displayed the ability to regularly execute a game plan, just as the Yanks lauded him for since the spring.
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Yankees manager Joe Girardi on the offense and Severino's start on June 10, 2017.
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"It feels really good, to be able get off to a hot start and I want to keep it going", Hicks said.
In the second, second baseman Castro cracked a three-run shot to left-center field, his 11th of the season.
NY dropped the series opener to the Red Sox before winning the next two by a combined 17-1 as the baby bombers stepped up.
Sanchez added a two-run homer, scoring Ronald Torreyes, in the eighth inning to provide the final score. "He got ahead, expanded with his curveball with two strikes, and got him to chase".
Removing Tillman wasn't the cure-all for manager Buck Showalter, however. Orioles C Welington Castillo went 0 for 3 in a rehab game for Double-A Bowie at Trenton and is expected to be activated Saturday.
Chapman has been on the disabled list since May 13 with rotator cuff inflammation in his left shoulder. In his last outing, the right-hander pitched for his shortest spell of the season of five innings in a 5-2 loss to the Red Sox.