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Yankees launch three home runs in 10-1 rout of Royals

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Yankees launch three home runs in 10-1 rout of Royals

One day after yankees With run-making bunts, they used the long ball to beat the Royals, 10-1, in Kansas City on Tuesday night.

Here are the conclusions…

-The Yankees made some runs in the first inning on Tuesday, continuing their trend from last night’s game without Aaron judge. After Antonio Volpe Started with a triple, Judge singled to right field to put New York up 1-0.

Alex Verdugo moved juan soto and Judge to second and third base with a groundout, and then Giancarlo Stanton hit a ground ball to third base that the Royals Maikel Garcia he threw to the plate but Soto slipped Salvador Perez to put his hand on the plate before the tag and put the Yankees up 2-0.

austin wells capped a four-run fourth inning with his three-run shot that went 417 feet singer brady. It was Wells’ second home run of the season and his third consecutive game with at least one hit. The young receiver finished 2-for-4.

-Judge and Stanton joined the Yankees’ attack with home runs in the seventh. Judge launched his MLB-leading 25th home run 436 feet with Soto on base to give the Yankees a 9-0 lead, and Stanton went to center 446 feet to give New York double-digit runs.

RBI singles Gleyber Torres and Oswaldo Cabrera accounted for the Yankees’ other runs.

Marcos Stromman He was effective again, giving the Yankees 5.2 innings of scoreless baseball, but he was not without his ups and downs. Stroman ducked the runners but was retired with the bases loaded in the sixth, but Rum Marinaccioreturning to the team from the minors after Dennis Santana he was DFA, striking out the next batter to get out of the inning.

Stroman pitched 5.2 innings (102 pitches/54 strikes), allowing just four hits and three walks and striking out one batter.

Antonio Rizzo He returned to the lineup Tuesday after missing the last two games. Although he went hitless (0-4), all of his at-bats were good. He lined up a grounder directly where the second baseman was standing. In his second at-bat, he narrowly missed a double down the left field line, but ended up hitting a hard ground ball to the first baseman. He hit an error that could have become a single.

Rizzo also made a great over-the-shoulder catch to right field to steal a single. He also spotted a possible throwing error by Cabrera at third base.

Game MVP: Ron Marinaccio

It’s easy to say Judge or any of the Yankees hitters, but let’s get out of the box and go with Marinaccio.

In his first game back with the team, the right-hander gave the Yankees 2.1 innings and struck out three, allowed one walk and hit a batter. His only flaw was a solo shot that he conceded Freddy Fermin in the eighth.


Whats Next

The Yankees continue their four-game series with the Royals on Wednesday night. The first launch is scheduled for 8:10 p.m.

Cody Poteet will take the mound for New York (2-0, 1.72 ERA). Kansas City has not yet named its starter.

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