5 times the Yankees fireworks caused a 12-3 explosion in Toronto

Boy, what do you think of this ball club?

After having three straight players against Raise and facing another potential team, the Yankees seemed to need to smash the ball and not rely on high leverage arms overnight. .. And that’s exactly what they did, scoring four home runs to conclude their first match against the Blue Jays 12-3.

This was one of the games “Welcome me in the first half, I can’t lie”. The Yankees batter made some very powerful appearances against Ross Striveling-Giancarlo Stanton, DJ Limahue, and Julliver Torres all worked-they have a lot to show it. Did not have The Blue Jays’ Gabriel Moreno scored one song in the second half, leading Toronto 1-0.

New York achieved something with stripping in the fourth round, but Torres continued his strong night and split the field with a double RBI that brought DJ. More evidence of not turning right), and the Yankees were in front of themselves, but really felt it should be 2-1 or better.

Now, let’s get into the fifth turn:

But I didn’t expect Stanton’s racquetball to come off the court. 4-1 Yankees, figuratively speaking, the dam broke.

I like the little tap on the right picking up and carrying Stanton’s hits. The home DJ is definitely on for the humming sound in the center left. A fun little reflection of what we can expect. Torres and Joey Gallo followed up in a doubles pair, scoring 6-1.

Anthony Rizzo threw a dagger for two consecutive days after Aaron Judge deliberately left.

It was very interesting to compare Rizzo’s performance on the Bronx with his performance on the street. With the intention of playing today, he was over 144 at Yankee Stadium and was below average on the road. His dinner plate was really a knockout, at least tonight as he overcame those divisions and the Yankees hit double digits for the 11th time this season.

Jordan Montgomery was also hard so as not to get lost in everything. He attacked the first two men he faced, and only Moreno was able to win a left kick before Alejandro Kirk scored a six. It’s a good sign for your season when you make 6 rounds, allow 2 runs and the ERA actually goes up, but he’s a turnaround shadow champion and probably the whole team.

Manny Bañuelos started working on a three-stop defense, but that didn’t work for him. Without much instruction, he dropped 1.1 runs, walked twice against punches, and generally struggled to make a competitive pitch:

Banuelos was a really cool story. He didn’t do anything wrong in the seven rounds tonight, but I wonder how long he’s on the team. The club obviously doesn’t trust to use it in most other settings, and when you get a scattered role, you really need to count it. He didn’t.

Garo covered us with one, if not one, of the cleanest punches the Yankees thought of.

In my comments, I mentioned that housing management is primarily a product of a good process. Don’t accidentally hit 400 feet of baseball. You can choose the pitch you can point to, and you need to have your foot swing perfectly aligned. Hopefully this process is repeatable and Gallo will continue to make this formation even more dangerous.

Miguel Castro and Lucas Rutei covered the last five games as Banuelos was out of the game, but there was no drama. The final score in New York was 12-3.

From tonight onwards, the worst scenario is for the Yankees to leave Toronto in nine AL East race games. Tomorrow they are facing a tough confrontation with Alek Manoah at 1.67 ERA, who appears to have a deep personal rivalry with the Yankees based on four games in their young career with the Yankees. Manoa is very good, but this is the best team in baseball and Jameson Theron doesn’t compromise, so my expectations are high. This person’s first show will take place at 3:07 ET.

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