Yankees Score a Decisive Victory in Exciting Match

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The Yankees have added yet another feather to their cap. On Saturday night at Dodger Stadium, the New York Yankees defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers with the help of their top players Gerrit Cole and Aaron Judge. The Yankees also got unexpected power from another source. The series will end on Sunday night. Let’s take a look at three key points from Saturday’s Yankees win and a quick preview of the series finale.

Bauers Goes Deep

The Yankees are anticipating the return of Harrison Bader next week. Also, when he comes back, they will need to make a decision on which player to keep and which player to remove from the roster. On Saturday, fill-in outfielder Jake Bauers strengthened his position. He hit two home runs in the game, the first time in his career, against rookie Michael Grove, each with two runners on base.

Bauers hit his first home run to give the Yankees a 2-0 lead, and his second home run increased their lead to 4-1. Also, the Yankees later extended their lead to 5-1 and then to 6-3 with solo home runs from Judge and Oswaldo Cabrera. Cabrera is also a player who might lose his roster spot when Bader returns from the injured list.

Bauers Goes Deep

A Cramp for Cole

After struggling in May, Cole had a great performance on Saturday, pitching six efficient innings and allowing only one run against the Dodgers. The run was scored when Cole hit Heyward with a pitch and gave up a bloop single to Peralta. The Dodgers didn’t hit the ball hard to score that run in the second innings.

Cole was incredibly efficient, throwing just 80 pitches in the six innings he pitched. However, he had to leave the game due to cramping. During the game, there was a short delay when Cole went to drink water while warming up. It’s not clear what caused the cramping.

The Formidable Judge

In the eighth inning, Judge sprinted and made an incredible catch to prevent J.D. Martinez from getting extra hits. He also accidentally knocked down the bullpen fence in right field. Thankfully, Judge was unharmed. Officials fixed the fence. Statcast calculated Martinez’s hit to have an impressive .890 expected batting average based on the speed and angle. It was an amazing catch. Also, he went on to bag a great victory. The Yankees are really lucky to have him.

As mentioned before, Judge hit a home run earlier in the game, his 19th of the season. Also, he is just one home run behind Pete Alonso, who leads MLB. Judge missed 10 games earlier due to a minor hip problem, so he has had fewer chances to bat compared to Alonso. The current AL MVP had a significant impact on offence and defence in Saturday’s game.

The Formidable Judge

Up Next

The Yankees and Dodgers each won one game in the series, and they will play the final game on Sunday. Domingo Germán, who has a 3-3 record and a 3.98 ERA, will pitch for the Yankees. It will be his second start since returning from a 10-game suspension. Rookie Bobby Miller, with a 2-0 record and a 1.64 ERA, will pitch for the Dodgers. It will be Miller’s third start in his MLB career.

Cole’s exit from the game brought relief to the Dodgers. Moreover, left-handed pitcher Wandy Peralta encountered difficulties as he allowed all three right-handed batters he faced to reach base. Seizing the opportunity, the Dodgers capitalized and scored two runs in the seventh inning, intensifying the competitiveness of the game. Also, the game finished on an exciting note. 


1. Why are they called the Yankees?

The origins are lost to history.

2. Who is the best Yankee player?

Babe Ruth is the best Yankee player.

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