Yankees takeaways from Monday’s 8-5 win over the Tigers, including Luis Severino’s start and Anthony Volpe’s bats
The Yanks used a seventh inning with four runs to defeat the Detroit Tigers 8-5 on Monday night.
Here are the takeaways…
– In its first beginning of spring, Luis Severino pitched two innings and hit a batter in the third. The right-hander allowed four runs on three hits, including a two-run homer from Detroit Eric Hase, with a walk and a strikeout. Severino threw 45 pitches in the outing, including 25 pitches in the first inning.
– The Yankees responded to the first with two runs in the home half. Oswaldo Cabrera occasionally to score Willie Calhoun. Harrison Bader followed by a sacrificial flight to left field to score Cabrera.
– Great view Anthony Volpe got the start at second base and hit fifth. Although Volpe scored in two double plays, he cut Ryan Kreidler try to score with the infield during the fourth inning. The infielder continues his campaign for a spot on the New York opening-day list after hitting an .802 OPS on 21 home runs between Somerset and Scranton Wilkes-Barre last season. Volpe was set aside for Jamie Westbrook after his two bats.
– Companion of young prospect Jason Dominguez came in as a defensive backup for Bader in the fifth inning. Dominguez singled and walked in his two plate appearances. Volpe and Dominguez come into camp as MLB’s two top prospects in the New York organization.
– in the bullpen, Ian Hamilton made quick work of the Tigers in the sixth inning, retiring the team on just eight pitches with two strikeouts. Hamilton made one major appearance in 2022 with the Minnesota Twins. James Norwood The team also withdrew to 11 pitches in the seventh inning with two strikeouts. Norwood played 20 games with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2022 after one season with San Diego and three seasons with the Chicago Cubs. Wandy Peralta also threw a scoreless inning of relief.
– Offensively, the Yankees sparked four runs in the seventh inning to take the lead. With loaded bases and two outs, Taylor Aguilar Hit a ground rule double in the right corner of the field to score two runs. a dough later, jesus bastidas singled to left field to score the tie and go-ahead runs. Aguilar also offered a timely defense in the 8th with an outfield support to cut Colt Keith on the plate.
– After the Yankees hit two more runs in the eighth inning, Chase Hampton recorded the last three outs to record the save.
– The implementation of the pitch clock continued to affect the pace of play in spring training and the total time of each game. Monday night’s game lasted just two hours and 24 minutes.
The Yankees took on the Tampa Bay Rays for a matinee matchup on Tuesday. The first pitch is scheduled for 1:05 p.m
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