THEEEEE YANKEEES WINNN!! (10-5 Final Against the Rangers in Arlington)

The Yankees took home a victory against the Texas Rangers while scoring 10 runs today- courtesy of 5 Home Runs (from Gleyber Torres (x2), Neil Walker, Aaron Judge, and Aaron Hicks), 2 Doubles (from Neil Walker and Didi Gregorius), and a sacrifice fly (Giancarlo Stanton).

On the pitching side, starter Masahiro Tanaka had a rough outing (5 IP, 4 R/ER, 3 H's, 4 BB's, 3 K's, 2 HR's), but the Yankee relievers (Chad Green, David Robertson, and Jonathan Holder) did a great job finishing the game (4 IP, 1 R, 2 H's, 1 BB, 3 K's, 1 HR).

Combined with the last two games, this is the first time in Yankees franchise history that the Bronx Bombers have had three consecutive games with 4+ Home Runs (5, 4, and 5 respectively).

It is also the first time in franchise history that the Yankees have had three consecutive games with 8+ XBH (8, 8, and 9 respectively), and is only the 4th time in MLB history.

Offical Game Summary to come! Let's Go Yankees!

8 Straight... Ain't It Great? (Yankees 10 Royals 1)

The full game summary is coming, but here's the early line:

The Yankees have won their 8th consecutive series (for the first time since 1998).

Sonny Gray was OUTSTANDING.

The Yankees hit four homers and, of course, they were from Tyler Austin, Tyler Austin, Miguel Andujar, and Austin Romine.

Winning baseball is fun, fun, fun!