CHICAGO – Just before the biggest swing of the Yankees’ seven-run eighth innings, Maroon Gonzalez, Gleber Torres and DJ Limahio took a walk against one of baseball’s toughest relievers.
Slightly open, and the Yankees swooped down.
Giancarlo Stanton hit twice and scored a career-best six, and the Yankees beat the Chicago White Sox 15-7 on Thursday night for their fourth consecutive victory.
Manager Aaron Bone said: “Tonight the crime was great.
Aaron Judge and Josh Donaldson also approached the leading Yankees in the main league in the opening match of the eight-game journey. The judge had four RBIs, and Donaldson scored three.
Under his tireless line-up, the Yankees won 16 of 18 games. The Yankees also opened at Stanton and Co. in 2003, after opening 23-8. The best start of the franchise.
“You know, if you don’t do that, the guy in front of you (or) the guy behind you will do it,” Stanton said. “It’s good that it allows you to go deeper into your bat and try not to rush into your plan and do your best.”
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Chicago tied it at 7 on the first homer of Yuan Moncada’s season, a three-run drive in the center against Jonathan Luciga (1-1) in the seventh. This was the third homer by Loáisiga this year after gaining a total of three in 7021 innings in 2021.
It didn’t make much difference.
After the first two batsmen of Joe Kelly (0-1) retired in the eighth, the Yankees amassed their highest scoring innings this season.
Three straight walks loaded the bases for the judge, who beat Grounder in the middle for a two-run Anfield singles. Torres ignored the stop sign of third base coach Louis Rosas and slipped home safely for a 9-7 lead.
“It simply came to our notice then.
Bonn sent Torres to hit Kyle Higashiyoka with two outs and Gonzalez first. They trailed 0-2 before taking a seven-pitch walk.
“Unreal beat,” Stanton said. “That’s what helped break that innings.”
Stanton added a two-run single, and Donaldson ended the rally with a three-run shot to the left against Tanner Banks.
“They’re good hitters, yeah,” Kelly said. “I’ve encountered them many times. Free passes aren’t usually the way to get them out. But I’ll face them again and throw them at them.
Stanton also hit a pair of two-run homers in his first multi-homer game of the season and was ranked 35th for his career. It was the Marlins’ second game against the Chicago Cabs at Wrigley Field on July 16, 2011, with two opposing field shots.
Homer the 11th, leading a major league of judges, traveled approximately 456 feet to the left center, advancing from seventh.
Mets cat in the way past nationals
WASHINGTON – Taiwanese Walker stood behind Juan Soto after he was tagged during a clash at the Third Base, which Washington citizens felt was too violent.
Walker and the Mets are punishing NL East.
Walker played seven innings without a fuss, and the Mets were unbeaten in 10 series this season, beating the Mela Nationals 4-1 on Thursday.
After hitting the ground to Josh Bell’s left, Walker, with a right-handed tackle, tagged Soto at number three when the Nationals’ best hitter made an early baseball. Soto slipped a few feet into Walker’s arm in front of the bag and argued for an obstruction call, but when Soto got there, Walker already had the ball.
“It was unexpected. I got a little crazy because it was a rundown and I didn’t think he would slip into me,” Walker said. But I wasn’t happier at the moment. “
After tagging Soto, Walker relentlessly threw to second base, and right-fielder Starling Marte threw Bell in third to nail the ball, ending the Nationals’ best chance of a rally.
“Things like this, when we’re behind this kind of thing, are not good decisions,” said Washington manager Dave Martinez. “We need to make better decisions.”
Mark Kenha scored 4-3 with a homer and the RBI won two of three for the Mets to take first place. The Mets have won nine series and split one, and have not lost two consecutive games in a month.
“We have a hitter of the day. We give awards when we come in,” said Kanha. It is certain that all of our hitters have won awards at some point this year. Someone is always a hero, and this has been the best part of this year.
Walker (1-0) allowed three hits, one walked and threw 85 pitches in the longest of his four starts this season, which was interrupted by a hamstring injury list with right shoulder bursitis. ۔
Seth Logo, two in the eighth, and Edwin Diaz, in the ninth, allowed Bell to complete a four-hitter before Soto’s two out homers retired.
Soto said he made a mistake in the run-down play, which started the fourth inning with a double from the wall in the right center.
“I was just stuck in the middle of something,” he said. “I tried to slip. I didn’t try to hurt him or anything like that. I had to make room for him to slide at least to the base.”