Published: Fri, August 09, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Yankees star Gleyber Torres avoids injured list for now

Yankees star Gleyber Torres avoids injured list for now

New York Yankees Game against Baltimore Orioles is highly predictable.

Aaron Boone said Torres would travel back to NY for more tests. "They can come from a lot of different places, and the bottom of the order is a place where we've gotten really good production and a place where we feel really confident".

He has played 67 games at shortstop this year and 39 at second base.

"If we were concerned with it, we would have been proactive with this", Boone said.

There is something about playing in Baltimore that just seems to bring out the power in the bats of the New York Yankees this season.

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Have hit 47 home runs overall against Baltimore this season, the second-most in a single-season in franchise history against an opponent (48, Kansas City A's - 1956)...

Austin Romine, Brett Gardner and Cameron Maybin also homered as the Yankees twice hit back-to-back homers and won their seventh straight.

Paxton is 3-1 with a 3.86 career ERA in games versus the Orioles, and he is going to try and help NY stretch its winning streak to eight and sweep this three-game series.

In Boston, Rick Porcello pitched six innings of one-run ball, Sam Travis hit a two-run homer and the Red Sox halted their eight-game losing streak by topping struggling Kansas City. Gregorius added a solo homer later in the inning. They set the previous mark in the Monday win. The right-hander gave up those three homers and allowed five runs in four innings. Jonathan Villar drove in a run with a triple and scored on a Trey Mancini groundout. The sport was delayed for 72 minutes by the freaky thunderstorms that drenched the downtown space and the sport remained scoreless for 2 innings earlier than the Yankees opened up on Orioles starter Asher Wojciechowski with three homers in the third inning.

In the opener, Miami's Isan Diaz had a memorable home run, connecting off deGrom in the sixth inning of his big league debut for his first hit.

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