Friday, August 10, 2018


4 in a row, but what's significant is that they are slowly cutting down the lead against the Sox, now 8 back with Boston's loss last night.

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And there are moments we need to celebrate sure, although, I don't get as excited at the fastest home run out of the park like Giancarlo Stanton did last night. I mean yeah, it's great and all, but we just want it out of the park.  A home run's a home run.  Keep them coming.   The Yankees had 5 last night.  Pretty nice in our 7-3 win against the Rangers.

Mandy Bell of MLB writes:

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"Giancarlo Stanton set a Statcast™ mark with his 28th home run, and Neil Walker homered from both sides of the plate for the first time in his career as the Yankees hit five homers for a 7-3 victory over the Rangers in the series opener at Yankee Stadium, extending their win streak to four games...

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The Yankees' offense gave plenty of support to starter J.A. Happ, who made his second start in pinstripes and first since coming off the disabled list with hand, foot and mouth disease. Happ logged his 10th quality start of the year, permitting three runs on four hits -- including a fourth-inning homer by Jurickson Profar and a two-run double by Shin-Soo Choo in the fifth -- with nine strikeouts through six innings."

I like what I'm seeing. Keep it going. Better yet, keep gaining ground on the pesky Sox.

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