Jays Sweep; Yanks Score 1 Run in 29 Innings

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Game 110 / 61-49 / 1st / +1.5G It’s come to this: the Yankees were shut out in consecutive games for the first time in 16 years, suffered a sweep at the hands of the charging Blue Jays, and saw their division lead shrink to 1.5 games.

Here’s the box score, full recap, and video highlights.

Yankees 5, Blue Jays 0

This pretty much sums up the weekend:

  • Masahiro Tanaka   A well-pitched game, just two mistake pitches but in a contest which there was no margin for error. The ace threw 80 pitches over 6 complete innings, no walks, XX strikeouts and only 2 hits — both home runs.
  • Justin Wilson   Incredible 7th inning of relief, inheriting a bases-loaded, no-outs jam from Adam Warren. Wilson struck out the first two Jays, then induced Kevin Pillar to sky harmlessly to Carlos Beltran in right.


  • The Offense   Something nobody was complaining about for a long while, but what a time to go into a collective team slump.

“They were in the race to begin with. This is going to be a hard-fought division. We knew that going into it, and we didn’t think anyone was just going to give us the division. We know we have a lot more games against these guys — and inside the division as a whole. We need to play a lot better.” ‐ Mark Teixeira  (h/t: Gregor Chisholm and Grace Raynor / MLB.com)

MEMORY LANE : On today’s date iN 2014, the Yankees released second-baseman Brian Roberts … today in 1939, Red Rolfe of the Yankees started a streak of 18 consecutive games in which he scored at least one run. During those games, he scored a total of 30 runs … (h/t: Baseball-Reference.com, Today in Baseball History)

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