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Posted By Alex Belth On September 19, 2012 @ 9:24 pm In 1: Featured,Game Thread,Yankees | Comments Disabled
The Yankee offense was nowhere to be found again tonight. They stole seven bases yet scored two lousy runs. Fortunately, the Jays only scored one as the Yanks took the second game of today’s double header. Ichiro followed up his three hits this afternoon with four more tonight, including the biggest hit of the game, a single that was slapped to left field with two out in the bottom of the eighth inning.
Oh, yeah, he also swiped four bases in his finest day in pinstripes.
For most of the game, his performance, and an admirable job by David Phelps–as well as scoreless work from the Yankee bullpen (Logan, Eppley, Soriano)–was overshadowed by the Yankees’ inability to score runs. Alex Rodriguez had an awful night and was booed with vigor after his third strike out. His teammates didn’t receive the same rude treatment but they weren’t much better.
But none of that will be remembered. David Phelps was a star tonight–he retired 12 straight at one point–but Ichiro was the hero.
And we go to bed Heppy Kets, pulling hard for King Felix.
Final Score: Yanks 2, Jays 1 .
[Photo Credit: Drew McKenzie, Sportspress Northwest]
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