The Astros competed their dusting in the Bronx after the Yankees couldn’t hold onto a late lead.
The Astros simply steamrolled the Yankees in Game 3 of the series, as New York fell to the precipice of a sweep.
Yankees Game Recaps
An Alex Bregman home run was all the Astros needed to put the Yankees in a big 2-0 hole.
Early scoring chances went by the wayside and sketchy middle relief cost New York the ALCS opener in Houston.
Nestor Cortes gave the Yankees the start they needed while the big bats swung hard, earning an ALCS date in Houston.
A few timely hits were all that Cole needed to send the series back to New York for one last ALDS rumble.
The Yankees were blooped to death in a game they really, really, REALLY wanted to have
The Yankees’ offense was unable to get anything going after the first inning, as the Guardians bounced back for an extra innings win.
Gerrit Cole was nails on the mound, and both Harrison Bader and Anthony Rizzo went boom in the ALDS opener.
The Yankees lost, but Judge finally got his moment on Tuesday night in Texas.
Oswald Peraza and Oswaldo Cabrera each went deep to propel the Yankees in the doubleheader opener.
Luis Severino took over the Aaron Judge Show by dazzling the Rangers with seven innings of no-hit ball.
The former closer has lost the ability to throw strikes, and it continues to cost the Yankees games. At least this one was meaningless.
No home run for Judge, but the other hitters made the pitchers pay.
Orioles pitching walked Judge twice, but mostly quieted the New York bats as they downed the Yankees.
Some other things happened in the game as well.
The Yankees were held to a pair of runs in 10 innings and could only contain the Blue Jays for so long.
Aaron Judge didn’t homer, but the Yankees scraped across two runs before the rainout. Thanks to Cortes, it was enough.
The Yankees won the game, and the series, over the Sox on Saturday.
Gerrit Cole got himself tossed, but his batterymate helped him out and the offense held firm for the victory.
We’re still waiting for Aaron Judge’s big moment, but one goal has been checked off the Yankees’ list.
Aaron Judge was denied history for one day, but it didn’t matter in the Bronx.
A frustrating night turned euphoric in the ninth, as Aaron Judge hit No. 60 and Giancarlo Stanton walked it off.
Judge had another massive day as the Yankees avoided a sweep in Milwaukee.
Just a boring, lifeless effort in Milwaukee
The 5-0 lead quickly given to Frankie Montas didn’t last, as the trade deadline addition struggled again before Milwaukee walked it off.
Nasty Nestor was great in his second start off the IL, while the Yankees were aided on offense by some ugly plays from the Sox.
The Yankees’ ace had another frustrating night, but their MVP (and Gleyber Torres) came to the rescue.