More Walkoff Magic for the Red Hot Yanks

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More Walkoff Magic for the Red Hot Yanks

Ben Grigg, Editor

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The Yankees are on their best run since 1998 winning 15 of their last 17. Last night, after a No Hit 6 inning appearance in his MLB Starting Debut, Domingo German showed he can rival other Yankee aces. The Yanks pulled him after the 6th despite the no hitter in progress to ensure their new gem didn’t hurt his arm on his first start in the big leagues. They put the game in the hands of Dellin Betances who threw a no hit 7th, but then gave up 4 runs in the top of the 8th. Although the game seemed to be over, it was far from it. The Yanks rallied in the bottom of the 8th pulling within 1 leaving them down 4-3. After a shutdown 9th inning, the Yanks needed to get 1 more run to keep themselves in it. But the Yankees weren’t content with extras. After tying it at 4-4 with a man on first and second, Gleyber Torres hit a bomb that just made its way into the bullpen. The massive walk off home run showed teams that all bats on the Yankees can hit and that no part of their lineup is safe to pitch to. With a 24-10 record, the Yankees are the second best in baseball. They’re 1 game behind their rival the Boston Red Sox, who come to town tomorrow for a 3 game series. The Yanks hope to take the series and take their spot as the best team in baseball.