Yankees made history with a tough weekend on offense

Aaron Judge #99 of the New York Yankees celebrates his game-winning base hit of his ninth inning against the Houston Astros with teammate Aaron Hicks #31 at Yankee Stadium on June 23, 2022 in New York City.
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for the first time in the season, new York Yankees Looked worse than the enemy in a three- or four-match series.

That doesn’t mean the Yankees are worse than the Houston Astros: They probably aren’t.

That’s all, for at least one weekend, the Astros showed the Yankees could be beat.

He did so with an incredible pitching that produced a combined no-hitter on Saturday and six additional no-hit innings on Sunday.

But taking the series in the Bronx wasn’t enough for the Astros.

“The @yankees His batting average in the series with the Astros was .123, yet he earned the division. This is the lowest batting average in a 4-match series by a team that hasn’t lost a series in American League history,” tweeted the Stats by the Stats.

Yankees won’t go down easily

Amazingly, and despite hitting only .123, the Yankees didn’t lose the series.

This shows how resilient this group is: they will be very hard to beat in a short postseason series, as their offense has the ability to score runs quickly in the blink of an eye.

From the seventh to the tenth frame on Sunday, the Bombers respected that nickname and scored six off three homers: first, Giancarlo Stanton The seventh had the first hit of the night with a long blast.

in the eighth, DJ LeMahieu tied things up with a two-run bomb, and Aaron Judge In addition the game is called.

Once the Yankees have healed most of their injured relievers and bring in a player or two before the deadline, they can be unstoppable.

Despite a difficult series offensively, he showed enough patience and “dog” to split a four-game set.

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