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Stanton, Andujar lead Yankees past Orioles 8-5

Stanton, Andujar lead Yankees past Orioles 8-5

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Baltimore (AP) - The New York Yankee has been in place most of the season, and they certainly do not need additional help from the opposition.

Therefore, when the Baltimore Orioles had lots of patches, the Yankees took advantage and pulled away from their East American League opponent.

Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel Endughar created the house to help Masahiro Tanaka to win his fifth consecutive decision, and Yankee defeated Baltimore 8-5 on Saturday for Orion's defeat to reach seven games.

Due. to the rain, there was a delay of 1 hour and 44 minutes in the game.

New. York manager Aaron Bonnie said: "I was really happy with the people because of the delays and everything." "I thought they actually came out with a good purpose."

Tanaka (7-2) allowed four runs and eight hits with seven strikeouts and allowed one run in 5 1/3 innings. He's 5-0 in seven away games this season, the best part of his career. However, Tanaka has allowed 15 home runs in 12 sessions this session.

Tanaka said: "I have made a quality speech, but this house is underway, which will be what corresponds to me." "I left three today and I have to have a better performance there, I think I need to work better in domestic races."

Brett Gardner had a pair of pairs and scored for the Yankees, who have won four straight games.

Adam. Jones, Joy Records, and Manny Machado hit homers for the Orioles, who scored three runs for the second time in 14 games.

The Yankees took advantage of three defensive feuds by the Orioles in sixth place.

Second bassist Jonathan Shoup put a pitching error by Kevin Gossman (3-5) to Gary Sanchez in a clear double-play ball. A trampoline sinking in the center by Sister Gregorius was thrown by Jones, which allowed Sanchez to score easily in the first place. Aaron Hicks followed with a single and Gregorius increased Jones' throwing error, which increased the lead to 6-2.

Oriole Manager Bank Solltter said, "Especially against a good team, you can not do those things." "I've said it many times, you look at the error column at the end of the game, it usually tells you who won the game."

Gausman allowed nine hits with six runs (five earned) and nine strikeouts and no more than 51/3 innings.

Gossman said: "Obviously, the sixth inning really beat me."

Machado left the sixth and Tanaka after allowing only one more. Jonathan Holder entered and doubled the run promoted with Danny Valencia, who knocked down Orioles 6-4.

Yankee repeated by Hicks in eighth place in RBI Single and by Undergrad.

Jones said: "In that moment and effort, we have all the things that put office and spring training and stuff like that, it's not working right now." "As a team, collectively, it comes with that, we want to win, the only reason is that we want to win this game to win."

Jones gave the Orioles the 1-0 lead for the center-left with a Homer for the first time. The Yankees later had a chance with Edinburgh's two-round shot.

Endurger said: "I'm really excited to be here and I've become part of the winning team."

Respect

Yankees 2b Globe Torres was selected by Rick of the month of AL for the month of May. He scored 137 runs, 26 hits, a double, nine inside races, 24 runs with RBI and six runs.

Training room

Yankees: RHP Adam Warren (last tension) launched a boisterous session on Friday. Boone said: "It has worked well and there is the possibility of a call in the coming days."

Oreals: Closer will pitch for Jach Briton (Achilles) Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesdays and Thursdays. After that, it will launch a round trip next Monday and Tuesday.

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