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  • Writer's picturePhilip Cashier

Game 69: Yankees (47-21) vs Royals (39-28)

 

Yankees w/o Soto, 1-2

Yankees w/o Judge, 1-0

Soto back in RF amd Judge, in CF

Rizzo back at 1B

DJ is off

No Grisham??????

 

YANKEES


Volpe, SS -- .275 (119)

Soto, RF -- .318 (190)

Judge, CF -- .305 (215)

Verdugo, LF -- .265 (115)

Stanton, DH -- .224 (112)

Rizzo, 1B -- .224 (82)

Torres, 2B -- .230  (88)

Wells, C -- .200 (72)

Cabrera, 3B -- .238 (83)

Stroman, P -- 5-2, 3.04

 

ROYALS


Garcia, 3B -- .252

Witt, Jr, SS -- ..319

Pasquantino, 1B -- .242

Perez, C -- .298

Melendez, LF -- .162

Velazquez, DH -- .214

Waters, RF -- .---

Loftin, 2B -- .306

Isbel, CF -- .219

Singer, P -- 4-2. 267

 

Game on YES at 8 pm

 

NEXT UP: Wednesday, June 12th. 8 pm, at Kansas City




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Jeff Korell
Jeff Korell
Jun 12

The Yankees are going to keep up their tradition of winning whenever Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton homer in the same game.

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jeff
Jun 12
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Hope that happens more often then!

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Jun 12

Better a home run than a walk.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Jun 12
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But not with a huge lead. If the Royals were up 7-0 or 10-0, their pitchers should go right after Soto and Judge. There's about a 70% chance they get an out, and if there's a solo homer, so what. But you walk Soto, you walk Judge, Verdugo hits an RBI single, and Stanton homers, and now it's 7-4. Don't put runners on base when you have a big lead; go after them.

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fuster
Jun 12

I'm developing doubts as to whether the Royals can pullet out

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Jeff Korell
Jeff Korell
Jun 12

My only hope now is that they save some runs for the other two games in Kansas City, and those three games in Boston.

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Jeff Korell
Jeff Korell
Jun 12


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