MLB: Bo Bichette plays heroes and Blue Jays beat Yankees
DUNEDIN, Fla. –Bo Bichette hit his second homerun of the game in the ninth on Wednesday, giving the Toronto Blue Jays a 5-4 victory over the New York Yankees.
First hitter in the ninth, he sent Chad Green (0-2) to the opposite field, obtaining his fourth long ball this season.
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Bichette had also slammed a solo homerun in third. Author of three hits, he also stole a goal.
Bichette has struck safe in 11 straight matches, tying a personal high.
“I’m just starting to warm up,” said Bichette. It was a bit of a seesaw for a while, but it’s part of baseball.
“You persevere until it becomes comfortable. It’s going well at the moment. «
The Blue Jays won another series against the Yankees, following the one that kicked off the campaign.
“It’s the little things,” said Judge. On bases, in the outfield, do not hit with a timely hitting. Personally, there are a few aspects that I need to work on, to better help the club. «
Their first stint at TD Ballpark ended with a 3-3 record.
It will be their home until the end of May, at the very least. They could then move to Buffalo, as in 2020.
Alejandro Kirk also had a four-goal shot for the Blue Jays. Rafael Dolis (1-0) was the winning pitcher.
For the Yankees, Aaron Judge provided two shots against TJ Zeuch, who fell victim to four runs in four innings.
Rowdy Tellez tied 4-4 when he scored on a poor throw from Jonathan Loaisiga in the sixth.
Thursday in Kansas City, Toronto should entrust the start of the match to Tanner Roark (0-1), if not in the enclosure.
Corey Kluber allowed three runs and six hits in four innings.
It was his third start since being limited to a run from May 2019 to the current season (forearm and shoulder trouble).