Yankees' Gleyber Torres Blasts Three-Run Walk-Off Home Run

Carig Poise power and another statement for the Yankees

Carig Poise power and another statement for the Yankees

NY is 10-1 in their last 11 games against a team with a winning record and 37-14 in their last 51 home games while the under is 5-2 in their last 7 games overall. It was Torres's first major league home run, a memorable milestone to go along with his.333 batting average in his first 13 games. "I foresee [German] being in the rotation - at least a couple times through - just based on where we are roster-wise and availability-wise".

Forget about his first start against the Indians, German is making his first career start after 12 relief appearances so who knows what we'll see from him and how many relievers will need to be used.

"He had that look in his eye", Yankees manager Aaron Boone said, "like he expected it". One out later, pinch-hitter Giancarlo Stanton was intentionally walked and Torres drove a full-count pitch from Dan Otero over the center-field fence. It nearly ended with a last at-bat-off though, when Aaron Judge awakened the force of a bases-loaded, two-out walk in the eighth to give the Yankees a 6-5 lead. The game's runline odds sit at -180 for taking the Indians +1.5 runs and +160 for the Yankees -1.5 runs.

"Both games have been lost because of me". With Gary Sanchez hitting a solo shot in the bottom of the fifth, a 5-0 run lead made it all Yankees in this one, especially with CC Sabathia dealing on the bump. Chapman ultimately hit a batter and threw two wild pitches, the second allowing the tying run to cross the plate.

Lindor, with two out in the fourth, gave the Indians a 1-0 lead with a homer off Sonny Gray. "But, no", Boone said. "Really exciting for me to come through for my team there". We're playing really well. His final historic line for pitchers making their Major League Baseball debut consisted of no runs, no hits and just two walks while striking out nine batters.

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"We'll just kind of see how it evolves", Boone said before Saturday's game.

Some fans watching on TV thought Bauer threw his glove on the ground in anger over Lindor's double error. "I think throwing the ball with conviction - I think mindset maybe has something to do with it". The Yankees are averaging 5.76 runs per game this year while allowing 3.97 per contest.

Ramirez went 3 for 4 with one homer and two RBI's in Friday's loss to the Yankees. I'm sure he's hitting off the fastball still there, but even a little bit fooled, his approach is the opposite way with two strikes against a guy with a good breaking ball.

Chad Green followed Gray and struck out four over two flawless innings, and David Robertson finished the five-hitter for his first save. Edwin Encarnacion hit a groundball to first baseman Neil Walker, who elected to get the out at first and allowed Ramirez to score to make it a 4-2 ballgame. "We feel like he's more than capable of stepping in there in a starting role. I'm not shocked by it, I would say, because I know how talented they are, but to have it happen this quickly is pretty special".

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