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Luis Garcia leads the pitching effort and helps the Astros take the lead in the Yankees

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Luis Garcia shut out six times before the four rescuers took the line as the Houston Astros beat the New York Yankees 2-1 on Thursday.

The Astros have completed a tough nine-game stretch against the Yankees and the New York Mets with a 7-2 record, including a 3-0 mark at home. Garcia (6-5) continued a great stretch against the Yankees for the Houston starter, winning the season's best 101 pitches.

Garcia was at the top of the 2nd and 5th innings and retired from the side only twice in turn. However, he avoided a two-out to Anthony Rizzo in one inning, a one-out base runner in three consecutive innings, and a two-out single by Gleyber Torres in four innings.

Three times when Joey Gallo walked and DJ LeMahieu instigated Rizzo after triggering a flyball from Aaron Judge after DJ LeMahieu followed from the single to the centerfield. Turned out to be the most elusive. It maintained a tie with no points, and the Yankees didn't solve Garcia until Reso hit a 0-2 fastball in his right fielder with a home run once every six innings.

The 358-foot blast cut the Yankees' deficit in half and signaled the end of Garcia. Garcia allowed one run with three hits and two walks with six strikeouts.

Ryne Stanek finished 6th with two runners on Jose Trevino before Hector Neris pitched to perfect 7th.

Rafael Montero surrendered Giancarlo Stanton a two-out bloop single for the eighth time, after which Ryan Pressly, close to the Astros, retired the Yankees in turn and made a 17th save. .. The Houston bullpen blew off two second-half leads at the Bronx last weekend when the Yankees rallyed for two walk-off wins to split the four-game set.

Astros third baseman Alex Bregman doubles the Yankees' right-handed Luis Severino (4-3) and plating Jake Meyers and Aledmys Diaz, who left, to base on third base. Provided a load double for the attack.

While Severino struggled with a pitchcom device, Kyle Tucker, who loaded the base in front of Bregman on a walk, tried to steal his house, but Severino recovered in time to get home. Did. End the frame.

Severino allowed four strikeouts in six innings, three hits and two runs in two walks.

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