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  • Writer's picturePhilip Cashier

Game 161: Yanks (81-79) vs Kansas City (55-105)


No Stanton.

Mo Wells.

No Volpe.

Fangraphs has Yanks as 51% favorites to win.



LeMahieu, 3B -- .241 (99)

Judge, DH -- .267 (175)

Torres, 2B -- .272 (122)

Bauers, 1B -- .203 (88)

Peraza, SS -- .195 (58)

Higashioka, C -- .232 (84)

Cabrera, RF -- .214 (63)

Pereira, LF -- .153 (25)

Florial, CF -- .236 (87)

Schmidt, P -- 9-9, 4.65



Garcia, 3B -- .275

Witt, SS -- .275

Perez, DH -- .256

Melendez, LF -- .232

Velazquez, RF -- .233

Massey, 2B -- .228

Waters, CF -- .226

Porter, C -- .185

Pratto, 1B -- .228

Cruz, P --


Game on YES


NEXT UP: Sun, 10/1, 3:10 pm, at Kansas City


6 comentários

Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
01 de out. de 2023

That's three butchered plays by the Royals' infield in the 9th. You can see why these guys lost over 100 games.

01 de out. de 2023
Respondendo a

not that they were too proud to score a run.....


01 de out. de 2023

getting that called strike on the 3-2 count to end the inning seems like a pretty big deal

I now like the Yankees' chances


30 de set. de 2023

I like seeing Peraza at shortstop

and am surprised to find out that Wells' nickname is Mo.

that's a name with a great association

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