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Nathan Eovaldi pitched well yesterday. The work-in-progress is progressing as he pitched into the 9th inning  (never mind the final three outs were a chore, Dellin Betances eventually came in and reminded everyone that they aren’t so hard after all).

By then, Eovaldi had a plump lead. He didn’t strike out a lot of guys but got a couple of critical double play ground balls–including one lucky smash that was deftly picked by Didi Gregorious–to help him out of trouble. Chase Headley had the big knocks with some help from Garrett Jones and Stephen Drew.

Final Score: Yanks 7, Twins 2.

Wonderful job by the Yanks after getting blown out on Friday.


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1 Ara Just Fair   ~  Jul 27, 2015 12:51 pm

I caught the last half of the game on the radio coming home from Pittsburgh. Luckily the reception came in right at 1-1. I hadn't heard a new Sterling homer call in a while so I loved the Drew homer. It was something about "serving up a Drewski!" lol.... PNC Park is awesome by the way. The last game I saw in Pittsburgh was at Three Rivers in 1996. Ugh. What a pit of despair that place was once Bonds left. But downtown Pittsburgh was a ghost town after 5:00 when I was in college. Thanks to the new park the area around the park is freaking jumping. I know you NYC folks are used to the Yankee Stadium buzz which I've seen about a half a dozen times, but I loved the vibe in the 'burgh. : )

2 Alex Belth   ~  Jul 27, 2015 1:30 pm

Glad you loved the experience. Emily and I went 3 or 4 seasons ago and found the park and the city full of charm.

3 Ara Just Fair   ~  Jul 27, 2015 5:50 pm

[2]. Word. I told my my sister if they're in a Saturday night playoff game she better hook a brother up!

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