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Yankees 0, Marlins 5: New York honors Mo by getting no-hit

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The first game of the Panama Legends Series took place, and though it wasn't televised, you didn't miss much. The Yankee offense was lulled into submission by Brad Hand (that's a dumb name) and company as they didn't get on base until the fifth inning when Dean Anna was hit by a pitch. Brett Gardner walked in the sixth and Zelous Wheeler walked in the eighth and that was it. The Yankees didn't get a single hit all night. Yeah, they honored Mo by getting no-hit. Awesome.

At least Adam Warren was brilliant tonight. In 4.1 innings, he allowed only two hits and struck out six, two of which were strikeouts of Giancarlo Stanton, so it wasn't just the scrubs he was dominating. The Marlins squeezed a run out of him in the fourth when Jake Marisnick singled and stole second. He moved to third on a groundout and was able to score on a wild pitch.

Chase Whitley came in and pitched an inning, striking out a batter, but also allowing a walk to Colin Moran and singles to Jake Marisnick and Christian Yelich, which brought the score 0–2 in the sixth inning. Matt Daley collected a strikeout over 1.2 innings and kept the Marlins quiet.

The eighth inning was bad for the Yankees as Robert Coello came in to do exactly what he's done throughout spring training. He allowed a hit and two walks (but got a strikeout!) to load the bases before he was lifted for Yoshinori Tateyama. Unfortunately, he then gave up two hits (but also got a strikeout!) to allow three runs to score, one of which deemed un-earned after an Adonis Garcia fielding error, and make it 0–5 Marlins. Jim Miller pitched non-terribly in the ninth, collecting a strikeout by not being bad.

The Yankees were really awful tonight, but hopefully they'll give Panama something to cheer about tomorrow when CC Sabathia takes the mound.