The blue NY championship belt slumped in the chair in front of Stephen Tarpley's lock in the hours before Saturday's Rockies match.
Yankee lefty received the award for three-shot teammates. inning of relief on Friday night. He won the most ruthless reasons in 8-2 matches – because he worked at least three innings, finished and did not hit.
Ben Coach Josh Bard, who completed Friday for Aaron Boone, said that to win, the Yankees are ready to use four of their chief rescuers – Adam Ottavino, Tommy Kahnle, Zack Britton and Aroldis Chapman. But after he played 18 innings on Thursday with a double title against Tampa Bay, Bard announced he was less than ideal as he would cascade in inaccessibility the next day. for sure, as New York is connected. So when Ottavino was working on the sixth and the Yankees opened from 5-2 to 8-2 at the bottom of the innings, the release of Tarpley on Friday night was worth. As Saturday, Masahiro Tanaka flew through five innings in intense heat, never even reaching three points and only needed 47 terrain, while the Yankees reached 9-0. But Tanaka twisted in the sixth, allowing five runs. Kahnle, however, was available.
He went 1
-2-3 in the sixth to stabilize the game for Yanks. And just as he did on Friday, Mike Tauchman helped make a late jump that opened the game. David Hale – not Ottavino, Britton or Chapman – covered the last two innings and won the Yankees, 11-5.
Tarples, Tauchman and Hale are part of a key element that helped the Yanks to rise to the best record of the majors. Injuries have forced the Yankees to need a list equivalent of 35 people. The front office provided a good quality and Boone maneuvered her with the impact.
"This year we had to look at many players," Boone said. James Harden or Cowhy Leonard can dominate the ball and carry the team. Each of the big clubs has to navigate around 12,500 appearances, split between picking and punching. As Tauhmann noted, "Physical and mental requirements are bigger than they ever were, so it's better to have real depth."