Anderson’s HR hushes Yankees, lifts Chisox to twinbill sweep — MLB | NBC Sports

Tim Anderson hit a three-run homer, capping a tumultuous weekend at Yankee Stadium and helping the Chicago White Sox beat New York, 5-0, Sunday night for a doubleheader sweep.

Anderson’s HR hushes Yankees, lifts Chisox to twinbill sweep — MLB | NBC Sports

Angels’ Mike Trout feeling ‘great’ with new workout regimen, regular days off — Press Telegram

ARLINGTON, Texas — Exactly one year after Mike Trout pulled up between second and third base with an injury that no one knew would be so serious, the Angels superstar feels he’s in a much better place. 1,004 more words

Angels’ Mike Trout feeling ‘great’ with new workout regimen, regular days off — Press Telegram

BLUE JAYS 2, YANKEES 1

Postgame Notes for Wednesday, May 4, 2022
NEW YORK YANKEES (18-7) at TORONTO BLUE JAYS (16-10)
R H E LOB Win: Kikuchi (1-1)
NEW YORK 1 5 0 7 Loss: Cortes (1-1)
TORONTO 2 4 0 5 Save: Romano (12)
First Pitch: 7:08 pm One-Run Games: 10-3 Temperature: 20°C/68°F
Last Pitch: 9:52 pm Extra-Inning Games: 1-1 Wind: N/A
Game Time 2:44 Comeback Wins: 7 Attendance: 29,057
BLUE JAYS NOTES:

• Earned their 10th one-run win of the season (10-3), the most one-run victories in the Majors…Avoided
the sweep, improving to 16-10 overall this season and 10-6 at Rogers Centre…Have won 10 of their last 15
games…Moved to 8-6 against the AL East, and 3-4 against New York this season.
YUSEI KIKUCHI picked up his 1st win as a Blue Jay, tossing 6.0 innings of one-run ball, surrendering three
hits and a walk while racking up seven strikeouts…Marked his 1st quality start of the season…Induced a
season-high 15 swing-and-misses…Blue Jays starters have notched 11 quality starts this season, the most
in the American League, trailing only the Padres for the most in the Majors (13).
MATT CHAPMAN opened the scoring with a solo home run in the 2nd, his 5th longball of the year…All five of
his homers this season have come at Rogers Centre…Has homered once in all five home series this year.
• BO BICHETTE doubled and scored in the 3rd, his 5th two-bagger of the year…All five of his doubles have
come against the Yankees, tied for the most against any single opponent this season in the Majors (Patrick
Wisdom – 5-2B vs. COL)…Also drew a walk in the 1st, finishing the game 1-for-3.
• VLADIMIR GUERRERO JR. drove in the eventual game-winning run with a single in the 3rd inning…In 13
games against AL East opponents this season, has gone 12-for-46 (.261) with four doubles, three home
runs, and seven RBI (.895 OPS).
• JORDAN ROMANO escaped a bases-loaded jam, pitching a scoreless 9th inning to preserve the win (1.0
IP, 2H, BB, K)…Marked his MLB-leading 12th save of the season.
YANKEES NOTES:
• Had their season-high 11 game winning streak snapped, slipping to 18-7 overall on the season…Are now 8-
4 away from Yankee Stadium…Moved to 10-6 against divisional opponents this year and 15-2 when hitting
at least one home run.
NESTOR CORTES allowed two runs on four hits over 4.0 innings with four walks and three strikeouts…Has
not allowed more than two runs in any of his five starts this season…Yankee starters have allowed 3ER or
fewer in 24 of 25 starts this season, and no more than 2ER in 20 of those starts.
• JOEY GALLO
drilled a solo homer in the 3rd inning, his 3rd bomb of the season…Marked his 1st game in the
lineup since 4/30 at KC…All three of his longballs have come in his last five starts…Has reached base
safely in each of his last seven starts, batting .304 (7-for-23) with a double, three homers, and four RBI (.739
SLG, 1.124 OPS).
JOSH DONALDSON notched a single in the top of the 9th to go along with his walk in the 7th, part of a 1-for3 effort…Has hit safely in a season-high eight straight games, going 8-for-29 (.276) with three doubles and
three RBI (.779 OPS).
HOME RUNS # Outs Type Field Count Off Inning Score Before
Matt Chapman 5 0 1R CF 3-2 Cortes 2nd 0-0
Joey Gallo 3 0 1R CF 0-0 Kikuchi 3rd 1-0
UPCOMING PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS: (All Times Eastern)
Thursday, May 5 at Cleveland Guardians, 6:10 pm…RHP José Berríos (2-0, 4.13) vs. RHP Aaron Civale (0-2, 10.67)
Friday, May 6 at Cleveland Guardians, 7:10 pm…RHP Kevin Gausman (2-1, 2.27) vs. RHP Shane Bieber (1-1, 2.45)
Saturday, May 7 at Cleveland Guardians, 6:10 pm…RHP Ross Stripling (0-0, 3.79) vs. RHP Triston McKenzie (1-2, 2.70)
Sunday, May 8 at Cleveland Guardians, 1:40 pm…RHP Alek Manoah (4-0, 1.45) vs. TBA

YANKEES 3, BLUE JAYS 2

Postgame Notes for Monday, May 2, 2022
NEW YORK YANKEES (17-6) at TORONTO BLUE JAYS (15-9)
R H E LOB Win: Holmes (2-0)
NEW YORK 3 7 0 5 Loss: García (0-2)
TORONTO 2 9 1 6 Save: Green (1)
First Pitch: 7:07 pm One-Run Games: 9-3 Temperature: 20°C/68°F
Last Pitch: 10:01 pm Extra-Inning Games: 1-1 Wind: N/A
Game Time 2:54 Comeback Wins: 7 Attendance: 18,577
BLUE JAYS NOTES:

• Dropped to 15-9 overall this season and 9-5 at Rogers Centre…Have still won nine of their last 13
games…Slipped to 5-3 in series openers this year and 7-5 against the AL East…Are now 2-3 against New
York this season…Moved to 7-3 on the year when outhitting their opponent, and 9-3 in one-run games.
ROSS STRIPLING tossed 4.0 innings, giving up a pair of runs on five hits with no walks and three
strikeouts…The only damage came on a Gleyber Torres two-run homer in the 4th, the first home run
surrendered by Stripling this season…Has given up exactly five hits in each of his last three
outings…Marked the 10th time a Blue Jays starter has not issued a walk this season, tied with Tampa for the
most such instances in the Majors.
• BO BICHETTE drove in Toronto’s first run of the game with an RBI double in the 4th, his 3rd double of the
season, all of which have come against New York…Also singled in the 6th, finishing the game 2-for-4, his 6th
multi-hit game of the year.
GEORGE SPRINGER singled in the 1st and 4th innings, going 2-for-4 on the night…Marked his 9th multi-hit
game of the season…Has hit safely in four of five games against the Yankees this year, batting .364 (8-for22) with two doubles, a home run, and four RBI (.982 OPS).
• LOURDES GURRIEL JR. hit safely for a 5th straight game after a single in the bottom of the 8th…Has
notched at least one hit in 18 of 24 games this season.
• TYLER HEINEMAN extended his hitting streak to three games with a double in the 7th, part of a 1-for-3
effort…Has gone 4-for-11 (.364) across six games this season with a pair of doubles and an RBI (.909
OPS).
YANKEES NOTES:
• Extended their season-high winning streak to 10 games, the longest streak in the Majors this season…The
10-game win streak is tied for their 2nd longest since 2006, trailing only a 13-game streak from 8/14-
8/27/21…Moved to 17-6 overall on the season and 7-3 away from Yankee Stadium…Are now 9-5 against
divisional opponents this year, and 14-1 when hitting at least one home run.
JORDAN MONTGOMERY gave up two runs on six hits over 5.0 innings with no walks and five
strikeouts…Has allowed 3ER or fewer in every start this year, and in 29 of his 35 starts since the beginning
of 2021…Yankee starters have allowed 3ER or fewer in 22 of 23 starts this season, and no more than 2ER
in 18 of those starts.
GLEYBER TORRES opened the scoring with a two-run home run in the 4th, his 3rd longball of the year…Also drove in the go-ahead run in the top of the 9th with a two-out single…Finished the game 2-for-4
with 3 RBI, his 4th multi-hit game of the season.
• DJ LeMAHIEU singled and stole a base in the 3rd, part of a 1-for-4 night…Has reached base safely in 17 of his last 18 games, hitting .324 (23-for-71) with 12 runs, five doubles, a home run, and eight RBI in that span.
HOME RUNS # Outs Type Field Count Off Inning Score Before
Gleyber Torres 3 2 2R RCF 1-1 Stripling 4th 0-0
UPCOMING PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS: (All Times Eastern)
Tuesday, May 3 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 pm…RHP Alek Manoah (4-0, 1.44) vs. RHP Jameson Taillon (1-1, 3.26)
Wednesday, May 4 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 pm…LHP Yusei Kikuchi (0-1, 5.52) vs. LHP Nestor Cortes (1-0, 1.31)

BLUE JAYS 3, ASTROS 2

Postgame Notes for Sunday, May 1, 2022
HOUSTON ASTROS (11-11) at TORONTO BLUE JAYS (15-8)

R H E LOB Win: Gausman (2-1)
HOUSTON 2 8 1 6 Loss: Valdez (1-2)
TORONTO 3 3 1 2 Save: Romano (11)
First Pitch: 1:39 pm One-Run Games: 9-2 Temperature: 20°C/68°F
Last Pitch: 4:31 pm Extra-Inning Games: 1-1 Wind: N/A
Game Time 2:52 Comeback Wins: 7 Attendance: 31,802
BLUE JAYS NOTES:
• Won their 9th one-run game of the season (9-2), the most one-run wins in the Majors…Four of their
one-run wins have come against Houston…Improved to 15-8 overall this season and 9-4 at Rogers Centre
with their 7th comeback win of the year…Won their 6th series of the season, moving to 6-0-1 in series
play…The seven undefeated series to start the year ties a franchise record set in 1992…Have won
nine of their last 12 games…Went 4-2 against the Astros this year, the first time they’ve won a season
series against Houston since 2016 (5-2)…Are now 3-0 in rubber games in 2022 (9-10 in 2021).
• With Bichette’s 2-run home run in the 6th, the Blue Jays now boast six players with at least 10 RBI this
season, the most in the Majors (Guerrero Jr. – 16, Springer – 12, Chapman – 12, Espinal – 11, Gurriel Jr. –
10, Bichette – 10).
• KEVIN GAUSMAN tossed 7.0 innings of two-run ball, giving up six hits with no walks and a season-high 10
strikeouts…Became the 1st Blue Jays pitcher this season with a double-digit strikeout game…Has struck out
at least eight hitters in each of his last four starts…Induced a season-high 22 swing-and-misses on the
afternoon…Has faced 122 batters this season without issuing any walks or home runs.
BO BICHETTE smacked his 3rd home run of the year, a 2-run shot to right in the 6th, breaking up Framber
Valdez’s no-hit bid…All three of his home runs this season have either tied the game or given the Blue Jays
the lead…Finished the day 1-for-4.
SANTIAGO ESPINAL plated the game-winning run with a single in the 7th, part of a 1-for-3 effort…Hit safely
in five of six games against the Astros this season, going a combined 6-for-22 (.273) with two doubles, two
homers, and four RBI (.909 OPS).
• JORDAN ROMANO earned his 11th save of the season by pitching a scoreless 9th inning (1.0 IP, H, K)…At
the end of the game, his 11 saves were the most in the Majors.
• VINNY CAPRA made his MLB debut, going 0-for-2 with a strikeout while playing six innings in left field.
ASTROS NOTES:
• Dropped to an even 11-11 on the season…Are now 9-7 away from Minute Maid Park…Their nine road wins
are still tied for the most in the Majors…Slipped to 2-4-1 in series play this year.
FRAMBER VALDEZ went 5.1 no-hit innings before allowing a 2-run homer to Bo Bichette…Ended up going
6.1 innings, giving up three runs on two hits and two walks with a pair of strikeouts…Has gone at least 6.0
innings in three of his five starts this season…Surrendered a home run for the 1st time this season.
• KYLE TUCKER extended his hitting streak to seven games by singling in the 2nd…Has hit .520 (13-for-25)
with three doubles, two homers, and 11 RBI over his current hitting streak (1.380 OPS)…Finished the day
with two singles, a double, and two stolen bases, his 3rd 3-hit game of the year and his 3rd career game with
multiple swipes.
ALEDMYS DÍAZ opened the scoring with an RBI single in the 6th…Also singled in the 8th, finishing the game
2-for-4, his 2nd multi-hit game of the season (also: 4/8 at LAA).
CHAS McCORMICK notched his 1st career triple in the top of the 6th before coming around to score the
game’s opening run, part of a 1-for-4 afternoon…Has hit safely in each of his last four games against
Toronto, batting .353 (6-for-17) with two doubles, a triple, and two RBI (.988 OPS).
NIKO GOODRUM single in the 5th before plating a run with a double in the 7th…Marked his 1st RBI of the
season and his 2nd multi-hit game.
HOME RUNS # Outs Type Field Count Off Inning Score Before
Bo Bichette 3 2 2R RF 1-1 Valdez 6th 0-1
UPCOMING PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS: (All Times Eastern)
Monday, May 2 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 pm…RHP Ross Stripling (0-0, 3.60) vs. LHP Jordan Montgomery (0-1, 2.7)
Tuesday, May 3 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 pm…RHP Alek Manoah (4-0, 1.44) vs. RHP Jameson Taillon (1-1, 3.26)
Wednesday, May 4 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 pm…LHP Yusei Kikuchi (0-1, 5.52) vs. LHP Nestor Cortes (1-0, 1.31

Dominic Smith goes 4-for-4 as Mets beat Phillies for seventh consecutive series win — Boston Herald

As Buck Showalter likes to say: “Tell the baseball gods your plans and they’ll laugh in your face.” Dominic Smith may have been on the chopping block, but then he crushed too many baseballs to care. 684 more words

Dominic Smith goes 4-for-4 as Mets beat Phillies for seventh consecutive series win — Boston Herald

BLUE JAYS 4, ATHLETICS 1

Postgame Notes for Friday, April 15, 2022
OAKLAND ATHLETICS (4-4) at TORONTO BLUE JAYS (5-3)
R H E LOB Win: Cimber (3-0)
OAKLAND 1 6 0 5 Loss: Jefferies (0-1)
TORONTO 4 11 0 10 Save: Romano (5)
First Pitch: 7:08 pm One-Run Games: 1-0 Temperature: 20°C/68°F
Last Pitch: 10:08 pm Extra-Inning Games: 0-0 Wind: N/A
Game Time 3:00 Comeback Wins: 2 Attendance: 35,415
BLUE JAYS NOTES:

• Improved to 5-3 on the season and 3-1 at home…Extended their winning streak over the Athletics to six
games, dating back to last season…Have gone 12-2 against Oakland since the start of 2019…Are now 28-
12 since returning to Rogers Centre on 7/30/20…Blue Jay batters combined to notch a season-high 11 hits
while striking out a season-low five times.
• ROSS STRIPLING surrendered just two hits over 4.0 shutout innings in his first start (3rd appearance) of the
year, striking out three batters while walking none…In his first start of every season, Stripling has combined
to fashion a 2.38 ERA (9 ER/34.0 IP).
VLADIMIR GUERRERO JR. opened the scoring with his MLB-leading 5th home run of the season, a solo
shot in the bottom of the 1st…Tied Carlos Delgado (1994, 2001) and Vernon Wells (2010) for the most
homers in the team’s first eight games of a season…Also singled in the 3rd and was intentionally walked in
the 7th, finishing the game 2-for-3, his 4th multi-hit game of the season.
• LOURDES GURRIEL JR. singled, doubled, and walked, going 2-for-3 on the night with an RBI…Was his
first multi-hit game of the year…Has hit safely in six of eight games this season.
SANTIAGO ESPINAL plated a run with a double in the 2nd inning, his 3rd RBI double of the
season…Snapped a 0-for-10 hitless streak…Was intentionally walked in the 6th for the first time in his
career.
RAIMEL TAPIA singled in the 2nd and 4th innings, finishing the night 2-for-2…Marked his first multi-hit game
as a Blue Jay.
ZACK COLLINS notched his first hit in a Toronto uniform, doubling to the right field corner in the bottom of
the 4th inning…Drove in a run with a single in the 6th, marking his first multi-hit effort of the season.
JORDAN ROMANO pitched a scoreless 9th inning (2K) to pick up his MLB-leading 5th save of the
season…Has converted 28 consecutive save opportunities, dating back to last season, the longest
streak in franchise history (Tom Henke – 25 in 1991) and currently the longest active streak in the
Majors…Joined Duane Ward (1993) as the only players in club history to pick up five saves in the first eight
team games of a season.
ADAM CIMBER tossed 1.2 scoreless innings, giving up a hit while striking out three batters and walking
none…Earned his MLB-leading 3rd win of the season, matching his win total from last year…The three
wins tied him with Casey Janssen (2010) and Bill Caudill (1985) for the most by a Toronto pitcher in the
team’s first eight games of a season.
ATHLETICS NOTES:
• Slipped to an even 4-4 on the year, losing for the sixth straight time to the Blue Jays, dating back to last
season…Scored a season-low one run on six hits.
• DAULTON JEFFERIES made his 4th career MLB start, giving up two runs on seven hits over 4.1 innings
with a walk and a pair of strikeouts…Tossed 63 pitches while tying a career-high with 45 strikes.
KEVIN SMITH doubled in the 3rd and singled in the 5th, going 2-for-3 on the night…Marked his first career
multi-hit effort in his 26th career big league game…Made his MLB debut for the Blue Jays on 8/18/21 at
WAS before being dealt to the A’s in a package for Matt Chapman last month.
CHAD PINDER drove in Oakland’s first run of the game with a pinch-hit single in the 6th inning…Now batting
.295 (49-for-166) with 10 home runs and 25 RBI in 55 career April games, his highest batting average of any
month.
HOME RUNS # Outs Type Field Count Off Inning Score Before
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 5 2 1R RCF 2-2 Jefferies 1st 0-0
UPCOMING PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS: (All Times Eastern)
Saturday, April 16 vs. Oakland Athletics, 3:07 pm…LHP Hyun Jin Ryu (0-0, 16.20) vs. RHP Paul Blackburn (1-0, 0.00)
Sunday, April 17 vs. Oakland Athletics, 1:37 pm…RHP Alek Manoah (1-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Adam Oller (0-0, 33

YANKEES 3, BLUE JAYS 0

MLB

POSTGAME NOTES
NEW YORK YANKEES (4-3) vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS (4-3)
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2022
R H E LOB SERIES
TORONTO BLUE JAYS 0 5 1 11 2
NEW YORK YANKEES 3 8 1 5 2
The game was delayed 1 hour and 30 minutes at the start due to rain

STARTING TIME: 8:35 p.m. TIME OF GAME: 3:06
GAME-TIME TEMPERATURE: 62 degrees ATTENDANCE: 37,255
WINNING PITCHER: Luis Severino (1-0) PITCH COUNTS (Total Pitches/Strikes):

LOSING PITCHER: Kevin Gausman (0-1) Yankees: Luis Severino (83/56)
SAVE: Michael King (1) Blue Jays: Kevin Gausman (83/67)
HOME RUNS (2022 TOTAL / INNING / RUNNERS ON BASE / OUTS / COUNT / PITCHER / SCORE AFTER HR)
YANKEES Blue Jays
None None
NEW YORK YANKEES NOTES
• The Yankees went 4-3 on their season-opening seven-game homestand…embark on their first road trip, with stops in Baltimore (3G from Fri.-Sun.) and
Detroit (3G from 4/19-21).
• Six of the Yankees’seven games have been decided by 3R-or-fewer.
• Play their first 10 games of the season against the AL East (4-3 thus far).
• Yankees pitchers recorded their second shutout of the season and series…have recorded 15 shutouts since the beginning of 2021, tied with Toronto for the
most in the AL in that span and tied for the sixth-most in the Majors in that span, trailing only Milwaukee (19), Atlanta (18), Los Angeles-NL (18 entering today),
San Francisco (18) and St. Louis (16).
• Have posted a 2.49 ERA (65.0IP, 18ER) and 69K in seven games this season…have held opponents to a .197 BA (47-for-238).
• Their 2.49 ERA is their third-lowest ERA through the club’s first seven games of a season in the last 46 years since 1977 (2.10 ERA in first 7G in 1999
and 2.18 ERA in first 7G in 2002).
• Have held opponents to a .107/.175/.179 (6-for-56) slash line with 1 double, 1HR, 9RBI, 3BB/1IBB and 1HP with RISP.
• RHP Luis Severino (5.0IP, 2H, 0R, 2BB, 6K, 1HP) started and earned the win…marked his first win since 9/22/19 vs. Toronto.
• Recorded his 13th career scoreless start and first since 9/22/19 vs. Toronto (0R in 5.0IP).
• In 15 career games (12 starts) vs. Toronto, is 6-3 with a 3.43 ERA (65.2IP, 25ER) and 73K.
• Struck our Vlad Guerrero Jr. three times…according to the YES Network, Severino was the first pitcher to ever strike out Guerrero Jr. three times.
• SS Isiah Kiner-Falefa (3-for-4, 2R, 1 double) picked up his first multi-hit game of the season…picked up 3H after going 1-for-17 in his first five games,
• C Jose Trevino (2-for-3, 2RBI, 1SB) hit RBI singles in the third and fifth innings.
• Stole his second career base in the fifth inning (also 7/28/21 vs. Arizona w/ Texas)…was the first Yankees catcher to steal a base since Austin Romine on
7/20/19 vs. Colorado.
• RF Giancarlo Stanton (1-for-4, 1RBI) hit a single in the sixth inning that had an exit velocity of 116.6 mph, the fourth-hardest hit in the Majors this
season…owns three of the top five hardest hits this season
• Has 6RBI in seven games this season.
• 2B DJ LeMahieu (1-for-4) is a career .343 (70-for-204) batter with 35R, 16 doubles, 1 triple, 9HR, 28RBI and 20BB in 52G vs. the Blue Jays…is his second-highest
BA (min. 10G) against any opponent in his career (Washington – .350BA in 41G)…in 49 games vs. Toronto as a Yankee, has hit .349 (68-for-195) with 35R, 15
doubles, 1 triple, 9HR, 28RBI, 20BB and 2HP…owns the highest BA by any Yankee (min. 100PA) against the Blue Jays (next: Oscar Gamble, .331, 48-for-145).
• CF/RF Aaron Judge (1-for-4, 1R, 1 double) has reached base safely in each of the Yankees’ first seven games and each of his last 11 games dating back to
9/30/21…is batting .310/.383/.595 (13-for-42) with 6R, 3 doubles, 3HR, 4RBI and 5BB over that 11-game on-base streak.
• RHP Michael King (1.0IP, 1K) earned his first career save…entered the game with no outs and the bases loaded and stranded all three runners.
• Yankees relievers tossed 4.0 scoreless innings tonight…have posted a 1.30 ERA (34.2IP, 5ER) and 34K in the Yankees’ first seven games…have tossed at least
4.0IP and allowed 1ER-or-fewer in six of seven games this season.
TORONTO BLUE JAYS NOTES
• The Blue Jays split their four-game set vs. the Yankees (2-2)…are 4-3 to begin the season…will return home for a three-game set vs. Oakland this
weekend (4/15-17) before embarking on a six-game road trip to Boston (4/19-21) and Houston (4/22-24).
• Are still 7-5 in their last 11 games vs. the Yankees (since 9/6/21) and 15-10 in their last 25 games (since 9/23/20).
• RHP Kevin Gausman (5.2IP, 6H, 2ER, 0BB, 9K, 1BK) made his second start of the season and recorded the loss…allowed both runs on RBI singles from
Jose Trevino in the third and fifth innings.
• Has allowed 1BB-or-fewer in 11 straight starts dating back to 8/16/21 at Oakland with San Francisco…is the longest active streak in the Majors by
a “non-opener.”
• Marked his first appearance vs. the Yankees since 6/2/18 with Baltimore…in 25 career games (19) starts vs. the club, is 7-7 with a 3.74 ERA
(118.0IP, 49ER) and 106K.
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• SS Bo Bichette (1-for-5, 1 double) hit a double in the first inning…has hit safely in five of seven games to begin the year…three of his seven hits this
season have gone for extra bases (2 doubles, 1HR).
• In 37 career games vs. the Yankees, is batting .311/.350/.589 (47-for-151) with 24R, 12 doubles, 10HR, 30RBI, 10BB and 4SB.
• C Alejandro Kirk (2-for-3, 1BB) reached base a season-high three times.
• 1B Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (0-for-4) struck out a career-high four times…according to ESPN Stats & Info, is the first player to follow up a 3HR game
(3HR on 4/14) with a four strikeout game since Major League Baseball began tracking batting strikeouts (1910 in NL, 1913 in AL).
UPCOMING PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS
Date Opponent Probable Pitchers Time-ET TV
Fri., 4/15 at Baltimore LHP Jordan Montgomery (0-0, 8.10) vs. RHP Jordan Lyles (0-1, 9.00) 7:05 p.m. YES
Sat., 4/16 at Baltimore RHP Jameson Taillon (0-1, 3.60) vs. RHP Tyler Wells (0-1, 21.60) 7:05 p.m. YES
Sun., 4/17 at Baltimore LHP Nestor Cortes (0-0, 0.00) vs. LHP Bruce Zimmermann (0-0, 0.00) 1:05 p.m. YES/MLBN
On the Radio: All games carried by WFAN-AM 660/101.9FM and the Yankees Radio Network; Spanish on WADO 1280-AM and YES Network in SA

BLUE JAYS 6, YANKEES 4

POSTGAME NOTES
NEW YORK YANKEES (3-3) vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS (4-2)
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2022
R H E LOB SERIES
TORONTO BLUE JAYS 6 8 0 5 2
NEW YORK YANKEES 4 10 1 8 1
STARTING TIME: 7:08 p.m. TIME OF GAME: 3:10
GAME-TIME TEMPERATURE: 65 degrees ATTENDANCE: 30,109

WINNING PITCHER: Adam Cimber (2-0) PITCH COUNTS (Total Pitches/Strikes):
LOSING PITCHER
: Chad Green (0-1) Yankees: Gerrit Cole (85/54)
SAVE: Jordan Romano (4) Blue Jays: José Berríos (80/52)
HOME RUNS (2022 TOTAL / INNING / RUNNERS ON BASE / OUTS / COUNT / PITCHER / SCORE AFTER HR)
YANKEES Blue Jays
Anthony Rizzo (#3 / 5th / solo / 1 out / 1-0 / Berríos / NYY 1 – TOR 3) Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (#2 / 1st / solo / 2 out / 1-0 / Cole / NYY 0 – TOR 1)
Aaron Judge (#1 / 5th / solo / 1 out / 0-0 / Berríos / NYY 2 – TOR 3) Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (#3 / 3rd / 1 on / 2 out / 1-1 / Cole / NYY 0 – TOR 3)
Gleyber Torres (#1 / 8th / solo / 2 out / 0-0 / Richards / NYY 4 – TOR 6) Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (#4 / 8th / solo / 0 out / 0-0 / Loáisiga / NYY 3 – TOR 5)
NEW YORK YANKEES NOTES
• The Yankees are 3-3 to begin their season-opening seven-game homestand.
• Are playing their first 10 games of the season against the AL East (3-3 thus far).
RHP Gerrit Cole (5.2IP, 4H, 3ER, 1BB, 6K, 2HR) made his second start of the season and did not record a decision.
1B Anthony Rizzo (2-for-4, 1R, 1HR, 1RBI, 1BB) hit a solo HR in the fifth inning…has homered in three of the Yankees’ first six games, becoming just
the third Yankee since 2008 to homer in at least three of the club’s first six games (also Aaron Judge-3G in 2020 and Mark Teixeira-4G in 2011).
• Has reached base safely in all six games this season, reaching base in 13-of-27 plate appearances this season (4H, 5BB, 2HP).
RF Aaron Judge (2-for-4, 1R, 1HR, 1RBI, 1BB) reached base three times and hit his first HR of the season in the fifth inning.
• Has reached base safely in each of the Yankees’ first six games and each of his last 10 games dating back to 9/30/21…is batting .316/.395/.605
(12-for-38) with 5R, 2 doubles, 3HR, 4RBI and 5BB over that on-base streak.
3B DJ LeMahieu (2-for-4, 1 double, 1RBI) hit a game-tying RBI double in the fifth inning…recorded his second straight multi-hit game.
• Is a career .345 (69-for-200) batter with 35R, 16 doubles, 1 triple, 9HR, 28RBI and 20BB in 51G vs. the Blue Jays…is his second-highest BA (min.
10G) against any opponent in his career (Washington – .350BA in 41G)…in 48 games vs. Toronto as a Yankee, has hit .351 (67-for-191) with 35R, 15
doubles, 1 triple, 9HR, 28RBI, 20BB and 2HP…owns the highest BA by any Yankee (min. 100PA) against the Blue Jays (next: Oscar Gamble, .331,
48-for-145).
• LF Joey Gallo (0-for-3, 1BB) has walked in each of his five games this season with a plate appearance.
• 2B Gleyber Torres (1-for-4, 1R, 1HR, 1RBI) hit his first HR of the season in the eighth inning…is 5-for-15 (.333) with 1R, 2 doubles, 1HR, 1RBI and 1HP
in his last four games.
• CF Aaron Hicks (2-for-4) has hit safely in each of his games with an at-bat this season, hitting .353/.450/.529 (6-for-17) with 1R, 1HR, 2RBI and 3BB.
• LHP JP Sears (1.0IP, 1K) made his Major League debut and tossed a scoreless ninth inning…struck out George Springer to record his first Major
League strikeout.
• RHP Chad Green (1.0IP, 1R/0ER, 1BB) took the loss.
TORONTO BLUE JAYS NOTES
• The Blue Jays won the third game of a four-game set vs. the Yankees (2-1 in the series)…are 4-2 through six games to start the season…will return
home for a three-game set vs. Oakland this weekend (4/15-17) before embarking on a six-game road trip to Boston (4/19-21) and Houston (4/22-24).
• Are 6-4 in their last 10 games vs. the Yankees (since 9/6/21) and 15-9 in their last 24 games (since 9/23/20).
RHP José Berríos (5.0IP, 6H, 3ER, 3BB, 5K, 2HR) made his second start of the season and did not factor in the decision…did not allow a run over the
first 4.0 innings before allowing 3ER on 4H in the fifth…allowed back-to-back home runs to Rizzo and Judge, and an RBI double to LeMahieu in the
fifth…marked the first time he has allowed multiple home runs in a game since allowing 3HR on 7/19/21 at Chicago-AL.
1B Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (4-for-4, 3R, 1 double, 3HR, 4RBI) hit 3HR in a game for the second time in his career (also 3HR on 4/27/21 vs.
Washington)…marked his eighth career multi-HR game (first since 2HR on 8/30/21 vs. Baltimore)…hit a solo HR off Gerrit Cole in the first inning,
snapping an 0-for-9 stretch, a two-run HR off Cole in the third and a solo HR off Loáisiga to lead off the eighth…also doubled off Cole in the
sixth…tied his career high with 4H (also 4H on 6/1/21 vs. Miami).
• Became the 10th player (11th time) in Blue Jays history to hit 4 XBH in a game (last: Yunel Escobar – 3 doubles, 1HR on 8/29/12 at the Yankees).
• Has connected for 76 career home runs, the most all-time by a Blue Jay in his first 350 career contests (Fred McGriff – 74), while his 221RBI are also
the most in that span (Vernon Wells – 217).
• In 49 career games vs. the Yankees, has batted .303/.358/.559 (57-for-188) with 20R, 11 doubles, 2 triples, 11HR, 32RBI and 14BB…his 57 career
hits against the Yankees lead all active Blue Jays (next: Teoscar Hernández, 50H).
• CF George Springer (1-for-5, 1RBI) hit an RBI single in the seventh inning, extending his hitting streak to five games (since 4/9).
• Has reached base safely in all six games this season, batting .370/.414/.704 (10-for-27) with 5R, 3 doubles, 2HR, 5RBI, 2BB and 1SB.
• 3B Matt Chapman (1-for-4, 1RBI) recorded an RBI single in the eighth inning…has hit safely in two straight games.
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• SS Bo Bichette (1-for-5, 1R, 1 double) doubled in the third inning and scored a run.
• RHP Adam Cimber (1.0IP), RHP Yimi García (1.0IP, 1H, 1K) and RHP Jordan Romano (1.0IP, 1H, 1K) each provided scoreless relief.
• Romano recorded his fourth save of the season…converted his 27th consecutive save opportunity (since 5/21/21), a Blue Jays franchise
record…set the record on Monday with his 26th consecutive save, surpassing Tom Henke (25 in 1991).
UPCOMING PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS
Date Opponent Probable Pitchers Time-ET TV
Thurs., 4/14 vs. Toronto RHP Luis Severino (0-0, 6.00) vs. RHP Kevin Gausman (0-0, 5.40) 7:05 p.m. YES/MLBN
Fri., 4/15 at Baltimore LHP Jordan Montgomery (0-0, 8.10) vs. RHP Jordan Lyles (0-1, 9.00) 7:05 p.m. YES
Sat., 4/16 at Baltimore RHP Jameson Taillon (0-1, 3.60) vs. RHP Tyler Wells (0-1, 21.60) 7:05 p.m. YES
Sun., 4/17 at Baltimore LHP Nestor Cortes (0-0, 0.00) vs. LHP Bruce Zimmermann (0-0, 0.00) 1:05 p.m. YES/MLBN
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