As New York’s ninth went down the scoreboard, the American player hit a three-run homer for the final 8-6 victory.
Sometimes it is enough to have a quality player who is with good feelings. And that when the team does not walk, they can solve everything with a good swing or a great defensive play. This time, fortunately for the Yankees, who made several mistakes, appeared Aaron Judge and with a three-run homer he gave his ninth victory 8-6 over the Orioles.
And that the New Yorkers had a five-run advantage and everything looked very comfortable. However, those from Baltimore appeared and not only went up, but went ahead.
There was great work by the Dominican Pedro Severino, who when he retired from the mound left his team winning. But in the next inning, Judge appeared, opened the compass, and tossed the ball out to left field.
Colombian Giovanny Urshela went 3-0 and scored in a series that, in principle, was not agreed and that COVID-19 made it be played after the positives in the Marlins and in the precautions they took the Phillies, franchises that had to face the Yankees and Baltimore on this day.
Yet another ‘W’ over the O’s pic.twitter.com/kFhC6G4npE
– New York Yankees (@Yankees) July 31, 2020
In other results, the Nationals beat the Blue Jays 6-4, the Indians beat the Twins 2-0, and the Reds Sox 4-2 over the Mets.
More matches of the day:
Rays 1-2 Braves
Royals 5-3 Tigers
Dodgers 6-3 Diamondbacks
Mariners 8-5 Angels
Parents 12-7 Giants
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