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Donaldson Slams Boston Sends Yankees to 60th Win

Boston – Gerrit Cole stood behind the Fenway Park mound. who was shrugging his shoulders. Rafael Devers clubbed his second home run of the game. had continued to have the upper hand in his personal history. And the ace of the Yankees extended his arms as if to say: “What the heck?”

Josh Donaldson launches a Grand Slam

Fortunately for Cole, his teammates had already provided all the necessary answers for this evening. Josh Donaldson launches a Grand Slam The Yanks’ third in the last two nights, and Aaron Hicks for the second time, played as many games as the Bombers held in Thursday’s 6-5 win over the Red Sox.

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“It was a great, great atmosphere,” Donaldson said. “That’s what baseball is about right here; two very good teams going up against each other. Working hard. I’m glad for us that we managed to win today.”

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Dever’s blast made a comeback on Cole’s ball

So when Davers’ blast off Cole’s ball made a comeback and thrilled the home crowd. Even a five-RBI performance didn’t stop the Yankees from becoming the first Major League team to reach 60 wins this season. Thanks to a cole and a bullpen, Jose Trevino’s provisional RBI double held up as the difference in New York’s first visit to Fenway Park since last year’s AL wild-card game.

To play better with the Red Sox, was always fun

“You feel a little colder weather – it feels like a hot September or October night.” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. “We haven’t been back here in a while. And to play better here with the Red Sox, it’s always fun.”

95.1 mph from rookie right-hander Josh Winkowski

Two walks and a hit set the stage for Donaldson in the third innings. who drove 95.1 mph over rookie right-hander Josh Winkowski for the sixth Grand Slam of his career, a blast that cleared the wall of center-field. Hicks puts Winkowski’s next pitch into the visitors’ bullpen in the right field. Scored five quick runs in Cole’s back pocket.

“It was a big position for us, to cushion us a little bit,” Donaldson said.

It might have been laughable if Boston’s lineup didn’t include Devers, Cole, and the Yankees; Perhaps not up to the level of their 16-0 defeat to the Pirates on Wednesday, which featured Aaron Judge and Hicks’ Grand Slams. But it was a comfortable place nonetheless.

The last major league to match three Grand Slams

The last Major League team to match three Grand Slams in a two-game span, by the way, was the 2011 Yankees – Robinson Canoe, Russell Martin, and Curtis Granderson all had one hit in a 22–9 romp over the Athletics that season.

Pitching coach Matt Blake told Cole

Instead, Davers continued his push for the American League All-Star team by tattooing a third-innings Cole slider to blast two runs. Then began the change of the fifth innings for a three-run shot. The latter Homer immediately visited a mound. In which pitching coach Matt Blake told Cole that “a homer doesn’t beat us right here.” Which eventually turned out to be true.

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