Jose Trevin finished 11th in the RBI singles, giving the Yankees a 7-6 victory over the Orioles, ending a three-game losing streak – The Morning Call

Where were you at Jose Trevin’s game?

The marathon at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night ended with the catcher bouncing the ball across the left line of the field to enter the singles match in the 11th inning. The clutch hit gave the Yankees a 7-6 victory in a game that seemed to slip away from them, including in the top half of the eleventh.

Trevina finished the game 3-on-4 with three RBIs, a home run and a walk.

The Yankees started the game with the appearance of a team tired of losing, even if their series was only three times in a row. After four innings, they had a three-time lead, which is often enough to take care of a team like the Orioles. Although they got a little lost, they still left the field after 11 innings with a win in hand.

Anthony Ritz implemented this pointless plan early on. Approaching the plate as the third striker of the Yankees of the night, Ritz turned 90 miles per hour in the inner corner and watched as he sailed to the second deck. The colorful home run became for Ritz the 12th of the year, but only the second in May. Before the game, Yankees manager Aaron Boone suggested that Rizzo’s monthly decline was the result of a problem with time, and that sometimes one good move is enough to recover.

If Ritz’s first beat that night was some sign – he knocked out and abruptly took turns in his next two performances on the plate – a flurry of home runs that marked the start of his season may be on the way.

With Joey Halo and Josh Donaldson (COVID-19 victims list), Kyle Higashioka (activated with COVID IL a few hours before the game) and DJ LeMachi (discomfort in left wrist), all dropped out, an unexpected striker climbed to the next solo smash . Trevino, he with 11 home runs in his career that came into play, knocked down a 413-foot ball at the Baltimore bullpen.

Gleiber Torres joined a solo batch of home runs in the fourth inning. At this point, a series of losses looked good on the way to completion, but the “Orioles” turned the situation around in the second half of the game. Smell was RBI grounding in the fifth to give life to O’s, Austin Hayes slammed one on the short porch in the seventh, and four bounces later, Odor landed a knockout punch.

The Yankees were able to answer the call after Fragrance took revenge. In his half of the seventh – right after Estevan Florial struck a weird pinch for Giancarlo Stanton, and the Yankees gave no reason during the game – Torres joined his second jack of the night.

This sent AL East’s enemies into the eighth inning with an equal game of five, waiting for the other side to blink first. It finally came from Baltimore reliquary Brian Baker, who could do nothing to stop Trevin, the man who, for at least one night, was king of Yankee Stadium.

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