MINNEAPOLIS – There were loud cries, occasional shouts and shimmering, bass, shimmering music that vibrated through the heavy wooden doors that separated the New York Yankee club from the Target Field tunnel at night Tuesday
Everything Comes with good reason.
Minutes ago, the American leaders of Yankee leaders – largely led by girlfriend Didi Gregorius "five-hit, seven-night RBI, and Aaron Hicks" game-around, super-gorgeous diving – surely provided her greatest victory for the season, returning to and staying in the most dramatic fashion on the road to defeat Minnesota Twins, the current Central Alliance kings, 14-12 in "This is a post-game match right there," said Yankees Aaron, who hinted at a rematch in October between the teams. "They go there, doing their best, we go out there doing the best of our own, and it's up to who wants it more at the end."
Gregorius could fall into it as well
"It's a big reason why it's loud now," said Yankees manager Aaron Bo
It was Gregurison's bat that made the most intense conversation during the game for the Yankees, crackling constantly with a crash that regularly repelled the whole terrain
Perfect 5-for-5 only the 5th Yankee of 1920 year RBI became official statistics) to publish a 5-for-5 day while also collecting seven RBIs in the same game
This is the second time in his career, he has a 4-for-4 or better a game with seven RBIs, making it a mere three yankees all the time to enjoy numerous races in their career. Lu Gerig completed this feat three times while Joe DiMaggio did it twice as Gregorius.
"It was really nice to see him that the barrel ball across the field, line the line," said Boone to Gregorius. "Right in the middle of everything."
On the plaque, he doubled twice, once hosted and had two singles to go along with a walk. By the fifth inning, Gregorius already had all but two of his RBIs and delivered all the Yankees' offenses to this moment.
New York once scored 8-2 in the game. the day off when the teams opened the series on Monday, Gregorius used his time to develop a plan for how he wanted to attack the twins' twins after returning to the squad. He took that plan in his opening training session on Tuesday and saw positive results during his training session.
"I was trying to get the ball to the left center and I was trying to stay consistent and try to keep that in the game," said Gregorius. , "I did it with the first step I saw from [Twins starter Kyle] Gibson, and I took him to the left-center."
The double conveyed face of the center of the twins Max Kepler and the covered Hicks and Edwin Enkarnassion
Why did Gregorius' left hit make such a great focus?
"I can sit at every step, basically," he said. "If I can track the ball this way and get back on the curved balls and changes, then I can drive them and hit them hard." "This is work under development, but for now it's good."
Gregorius was not the only Yankee who made a clash with his bat.
In the ninth inn, when the Yankees escaped from their third consecutive game, Hicks – once the first round of Twins pick pick – delivered with a well-knocked laser to the left center center, leaving many of the surviving 32,470 stunned fans. The two home tirables that came after the striker 9-hole Mike Tauchman had pulled a full score, two went out on the dough before, pushed the Yankees ahead, 12-11.
Later, the Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman was trying to lift salvation by going through the busy bases. Of his 29 goals, 17 were balls. The unstable performance made him give up the victim, which was handed over to the 10th.
"You will have these [outings] during 162, where the boys are pushing along the road here and there was just a heavy night there," said Boone, "but the boys are still gathering, and the boys we lean on "
Gregorius' fifth and final hit came in the extra innings that started a rally that ended with him, marking the start of the movement
Romney had just entered the eighth inning after the hunter Gary Sanchez had begun a trauma on the left side that Boone said would lead to a "possible" traumatized list Sanchez would receive MRI on Wednesday when the Yankees would have a better characterization of what might come after him Last year he twice joined in the list of disabilities, because of the right pillar
"It felt like a spasm," Sanchez said on Tuesday, through an interpreter, "It's nothing like last year. The pain is quite different.
"She just feels a bit tight and does not hinder me to go or anything, so I'm sure of that, but as I said before, we have to wait until [Wednesday] until we do the test and see where it is."
With regard to the outcome of Romine's pillow, this was partly due to the fact that Adam Ottavino's tank was loading bases at the bottom of the 10th and left the game in the right Chad Green side with Minnesota in a good position to put an end to one dramatic swing. This dramatic swing came, well, but the drama all lived with the Yankees  When a bat broke, when Kepler stacked a 103.0-mile / h rocket at the warning center in the left center, Hicks left. He expected a ball to hit on that side of his body after seeing Rommin step outside the left corner of Kepler.
"He did not want anything crazy to happen right there." I wanted to keep my eyes on that, "Hicks said, following the liner. "The line moves so you have to keep your eyes on that.
With his sprint speed reaching 27.4 feet per second. "His fastest team is recorded this season, according to Statcast – Hicks has passed 74 feet before he has to sneak in full stretch on the track. , "Twins calm calm Blake Parker said." [Kepler’s] gives us good bats all year round. That's what he's doing. And we knew he was the right person in this situation. "
On the Yankee, Hicks was the right person to play in the center.
At the end of his dive, Hicks finished with the ball in his Glove and the pile of dirt from warning signs that he continued to spend the next few minutes trying to spit out as he celebrates with his teammates, a play he had to do to finish the game, "Hicks said.  Kepler said, "You do everything right and get it, it's baseball."
As soon as she saw, Green raised his arms in the air, applauding his teammate for coming with "one of the best catches I've ever seen."
"I'm not a pitcher that shows a lot of emotions," Greene added. "I was obviously relieved, and the game is over at this point."
The game may have ended, but the intrigue in the New York-Minnesota series may be just the beginning.
"This is one of those games that are about the end of July, we'll probably talk for a long time," Boone said, "I mean, our boys are really, really good at the competition." And that was the biggest competition where it was difficult for both teams of the mound, and so many people did some really, really special things. "ESPN Jeff Passan contributed to this report.