The Yankees, who threw the last significant pitch to the Houston Astros, look ridiculously ready for a rematch.
Aroldis Chapman sent the Yankees into extraordinary happiness, slaughtering three tigers – two of them in combat – on Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, sealing a 2-0 victory for the hosts, ending a three-game clean-up and Yankees’ evening (14-14) at .500 for the season. The closer recorded his sixth save in so many attempts this season and killed 24 of the 35 fighters he faced with three walks and two hits. He is not marked in 10 outings, a total of 10 passes.
“In general, just commanding the zone, controlling the strike zone was key to me,”
Consent hunter Kyle Higashioka: “He definitely makes sure he’s often in and around the area. I noticed that he was throwing a ton of strikes. When he’s in the zone, it’s kind of like “Success.” ”
For regular season action, the Yankees said, Chapman owns a myriad series of 17 ² / ₃ innings dating back to September 4 last year. Of course, on October 9 last year, Chapman handed over a solo homer to Rake Mike Brosso, who eliminated the Yankees from the American League from the division. This was the second year in a row that Chapman gave up the final season of Homer. In the AL Championship series in 2019, he allowed the departure, spin of a series, a double explosion of Jose Altowe of Houston – who, after Rob Manfred’s confirmation that the astrologers illegally stole badges to win the title in 2017, eliminated the denial, that he was wearing a buzzer that lets him know that Chapman is going to throw a slider.
Chapman vowed retribution would not occur to him when the Astros – who had never faced the bombers in last season’s division-only schedule – arrived at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday.
“For me, I think for us as a team, we just want to win games right now,” Chapman said. “We are trying to improve our record. This is very important for us. And we are definitely striving to win this series. We will try to win three games or at least two. “