The New York Yankees’ Sunday game was close to extending the nightmare they have experienced this season after being victims, for eleven innings, of a no-hitter, no-run game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Yankees Stadium, however, The offense woke up in the final episodes to achieve the 4-3 victory.
The Venezuelan Oswaldo Cabrera was the one who, with a double, he broke the spell in chapter 11 to boost rookie Anthony Volpe and momentarily tie the game at one run.
The following inning the visiting team went ahead by two runs and when everything seemed lost, Giancarlo Stanton appeared with a dantesque home run to tie the shares again.
Already for the 13th. entrance The New York team gave the final blow to catcher Kyle Higashioka’s bat to hit a double and thanks to the Pan-American rule he found the other rookie Everson Pereira, who scored to seal the impressive and long-suffering comeback of the locals.
The Bronx Bombers had a magnificent job from their star starter, right-hander Gerrit Cole, who worked seven innings, allowing just three hits and striking out nine rivals to reach 204 in the 2023 MLB season.
The other part of this pitching duel was Curbin Barnes, who started what could have been a masterpiece by the Brewers by pitching for eight innings in which he struck out seven rivals and issued two walks, but like Cole, he did not receive the offensive support that such a job needed to become a personal and team feat.
Finally, the Yankees avoided a sweep at home and ended a three-game losing streak. They managed to avoid suffering one more humiliation in what has been a complicated and disappointing campaign for a team that achieved 99 victories last year.
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