New York’s ninth won 4-1 with a great performance by Colombian Giovanny Urshela. The game was stopped by an electrical storm.
The Big leagues and the hot ball. And to create more suspense there was a thunderstorm in the game between the Yankees and the Nationals, that in the end, when the weather allowed it, he ended in favor of the ninth of New York by 4-1.
The duel, which stopped in the fifth inning, had the great protagonist of the Colombian Giovanny Urshela who in two official at-bats added a hit, a run and another RBI. Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and Tyler Wade were the others who made the full turn for the pads.
Before the duel, both Yankees and Nationals players went down on their knees and lasted for a few seconds, bent with their arms and fists outstretched in support of the Blacks lives matter movement, before the American anthem played. This clash will be repeated this Saturday as well as Sunday in the capital.
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In the other game, the Dodgers had no mercy on the Giants and overwhelmed them 8-1 with a brilliant night at bat for Kike Hernández.
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