BALTIMORE — Luis Severino allowed one hit in six innings, and Jose Trevino became the primary Yankees catcher with a house run this 12 months when he hit a three-run drive within the fourth to lift the surging Yankees over the Baltimore Orioles, 6-2, Monday night.
Josh Donaldson and Anthony Rizzo added back-to-back solo homers within the ninth for the Yankees, who won for the nineteenth time in 22 games. Recent York (26-9) is off to probably the greatest 35-game starts in franchise history. Only the 1939 and 1928 teams, at 28-7, were higher at this point.
Anthony Santander homered twice for Baltimore’s only runs, however the Orioles managed just one other hit in the sport.
Kyle Bradish (1-2) allowed 4 runs and eight hits in 4 and a 3rd innings in his fourth profession start. He walked three and struck out six.
The Yankees left the bases loaded in the primary, then Baltimore squandered a probability to take the lead after Joey Gallo misplayed Cedric Mullins’ fly ball in left field for a three-base error. After a walk to Trey Mancini, the Orioles had men on first and third with no one out, but Mancini was doubled off first when second baseman Gleyber Torres made a diving catch on Santander’s soft liner.
That they had taken a 1-0 lead within the third on Giancarlo Stanton’s R.B.I. double. With two on within the fourth, Trevino’s fly to right hit the pole.
Because the Yankees continued to surge, Donaldson had three hits and a walk, extending his on-base streak to 22 games. And Rizzo, Stanton and Aaron Judge — who had the night off — became the primary triumvirate of Yankees hitters to achieve double digits in home runs by the team’s thirty fifth game.
Mets Are Rained Out
Monday’s scheduled game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Mets was postponed due to rain within the forecast and can be made up as a part of a single-admission doubleheader Tuesday at Citi Field.
The primary game will begin at 3:10 p.m., with the nightcap to follow 30 to 40 minutes after the opener ends.
The teams are set to play a four-game series — their first meeting since moving into a bench-clearing scuffle last month in St. Louis.
With heavy thunderstorms within the evening forecast, the sport was postponed somewhat greater than three and a half hours before it was imagined to begin.
“With severe weather in the world, we’re desirous about everyone’s safety, so tonight’s game has been postponed,” the Mets posted on Twitter.
Tuesday will mark the Mets’ fourth doubleheader this 12 months. They swept the San Francisco Giants on April 19 and the Atlanta Braves on May 3, each at home, before splitting a twinbill in Philadelphia on May 8.