Kevin Gausman prolongs the ordeal of the Yankees

Kevin Gausman extends Yankees ordeal


Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Kevin Gausman silenced Yankees batters Friday in New York, helping his team win 4-0. 

The artilleryman thus took advantage of the setbacks of his rivals to add a layer and inflict them a 14th defeat in their last 18 duels. The only Canadian team in major league baseball has thus won the first two duels of a series that has four between these two rivals in the East Division of the American. 

Gausman (9-9) finally gave up his place on the mound after seven innings, he who passed as many batters in the mitt, allowing only four hits and one walk.

Offensively, Teoscar Hernandez had the visitors' most productive strike. In the fourth inning, the outfielder expelled an offering from Jameson Taillon out of the field, while Alejandro Kirk was on the trails.

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. produced the winning run when he compromised by grounding shortstop Isiah Kiner-Falefa, still pushing Whit Merrifield to the plate in the third inning.

Danny Jansen (sacrifice ball) drove in the team's other run in the ninth turn at bat.

Both teams will continue their streak on Saturday. Mitch White (1-3) is expected to be manager John Schneider's right-hand man on the mound, while the Jays hitters will have the daunting task of taking on Gerrit Cole (9-5).

Sandoval handcuffs the Tigers

In Detroit, Los Angeles Angels pitcher Patrick Sandoval (4-8) was no laughing matter as he shut out the Tigers while going a full game in a 1-0 victory for his side.

The 25-year-old swept the crowd's favorite batters through nine innings, putting nine of them in the dust and allowing only four strikes in lieu. sure.

In the opposing camp, Matt Manning (0-1) will not have much to reproach himself for, but the defeat went to his record even if he only gave only one run, a long ball awarded to Jared Walsh in the second inning. He was eventually retired after seven innings on the mound, having allowed only three hits and one walk, while striking out six opponents.

Elsewhere in Major League Baseball

In Chicago, the Cubs batters had 14 strikeouts but also had 10 hits and eight runs in an 8-7 win over the Milwaukee Brewers .