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  • Writer's picturePhilip Cashier

Game 117: Yankees (60-56) vs Marlins (60-57)


No DJ again -- but no IL listing either.

Yankees use Opener again -- this time it's King.



Bauers, 1B -- .228 (113)

Judge, RF -- .285 (185)

Torres, 2B -- .271 (116)

Stanton, DH -- .208 (98)

McKinney, LF -- .232 (105)

Kiner-Falefa, 3B -- .253 (94)

Bader, CF -- .268 (96)

Volpe, SS -- .212 (87)

Higashioka, C -- .235 (80)

King, P -- 3-4, 2.88



Chisholm, CF -- .251

Bell, DH -- .241

Arraez, 2B -- .366

De La Cruz, LF -- 265

Burger, 3B -- .217

Sanchez, RF -- .263

Gurriel, 1B -- .270

Wendell, SS -- .231

Stallings, C -- .192

Alcantara, P -- 4-10, 4.28


Game on YES and MLBN (OOM)


NEXT UP: Sun, 8/13, 1:40 pm, at Miami



Aug 12, 2023

Didn't go our way but its refreshing to see a complete game.


Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier
Aug 12, 2023

Alcantara was probably salivating to face the Yankees.


Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Aug 12, 2023

Well, the opener idea didn't work.

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Aug 13, 2023
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I guess 2innings and 41 pitches is considered stretching out these days. Kids throw more pitches in little league

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