Aaron Judge, Anthony Rizzo force the Yankees over the rival twins

MINNEAPOLIS – Jameson Taillon’s unstoppable run of three season fouls from the first-team defense did not delay the Yankees, as Aaron Judge and Bronx offensive line arrived at Target Field on Tuesday and did very well. what to expect from a Twins team that seems incapable of beating them.

The referee started off with a double-shot for the first time, with Anthony Rizzo finishing off the Twins with three homer runs in the seventh, while the Yankees won the seventh with a 10-4 victory.

“Today has not shown who we are,” said Josh Donaldson. “We played a little carelessly. But we have a deep team.…

With the victory, the Yankees climbed to 40-15, the first-sixth for the sixth time in business history.

The twins, who were found in first place in AL Central, were temporarily settled, as Taillon allowed four times in four additions.

Aaron Judge receives thanks from Anthony Rizzo for hitting a two-legged homer in the Yankees’ first inning of a 10-4 victory over the Twins. Rizzo hit a home run three times later in the game.

Although the volatility has caused the Yankees for a long time, the bullpen was strong on Tuesday, with Lucas Luetge and Wandy Peralta giving up three crucial shots, and Luetge left three straight with Max Kepler in second place after Taillon left in the break. fifth. Ron Marinaccio retained the undefeated twins in the last two frames.

The judge put the Yankees ahead with a two-point lead over the first, as his damage to the American League roster showed no signs of slowing down.

He was followed by DJ LeMahieu who led the way with a fierce beat until the death of MLB-high 22nd run run.

After Rizzo hit, Giancarlo Stanton heard a 445-foot explosion in the second set left to give the Yankees a 3-0 lead.

Giancarlo Stanton is delighted with Aaron Hicks hitting his own belt at home in the first ining of the Yankees victory.
Giancarlo Stanton is delighted with Aaron Hicks hitting his own belt at home in the first ining of the Yankees victory.

It was Stanton’s 12th this season and it was the first since his release from IL.

The twins ran to Taillon under the inning.

Byron Buxton doubled and came out third from one to the right with Jorge Polanco. Kepler’s sacrificial fly hit Buxton 3-1.

With one and two under the third, the Twins came close, as Polanco dribbled a 0-2 draw in the fourth half until it was right in the middle to lead Luis Arraez from the first, reducing the Yankees’ lead. one run.

The judge knocked again on the fourth. Joey Gallo made the decision and LeMahieu traveled to start the inning before being selected to leave.

Taillon’s story continued, with former Yankee Gio Urshela arriving in a game played by a fourth. He was second in Donaldson’s miscellaneous game to be first in the game. One left by Gilberto Celestino put the runners in the corners, and the Jermaine Palacios fly made Minnesota come back.

Aaron Hicks single and Jose Trevino’s walk gave the Yankees a pair off in the snow, and the runners went second and third in the wild with Juan Minaya. Gallo went to board the LeMahieu buses.

LeMahieu, who reached the peak of five times and made his 1,500 career, traveled to Hicks – who had only two and two runs.

Polanco, however, continued to hit Taillon hard, leading down the inning with a long homer to the right for 1-2. One of Kepler’s blockers made Taillon’s exit without an exit in the snow.

Luetge stopped beating the next three to keep the Yankees ahead.

“The wrongdoing spread to the rest of the team,” Donaldson said. “We went on to add, which was important when it looked like this game [could turn on] one swim. Rizzo took advantage of the situation. “

The first Baseman broke two, three homer runners from Tyler Duffey in the seventh to give the Yankees insurance, and down the line helped in the eighth, as Trevino and Gallo added RBI songs.

Everyone in the Yankees line hit in the 14-hits race.

“We’ve been saying all year that we’re winning in many ways and tonight was something else,” Taillon said. “I did not do my job, but the mistake did its job.”


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