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Yank avoids another no-no-rally to win in Aaron Judge's walk-off blast

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DJ LeMahieu hit a two-run home run with two outs in the eighth inning, and Aaron Judge hit a three-run walk-off home run on the 10th. A straight day to get together to win the Houston Astros 6-3 on Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

The Yankees won a series split against the American League West leader the day after Christian Havia joined Hector Neris and Ryan Pressly on Saturday afternoon with no hits and no runs. Both Yankees wins in the series came from a walk-off hit by a judge who won nine singles at the series opener on Thursday.

On his seventh home run of the season, the Yankees lifted a 2-2 slider to the left fielder to draw a 3 to 1 match, and the Yankees then walked off for the tenth. I won. Michael King (5-1) escaped the base load jam in the upper half.

Pinch hitter Matt Carpenter deliberately walked after automatic runner Aaron Hicks moved to third place in a sacrifice bunt. After Remeil fired a shot, the judge slammed Seth Martinez's (0-1) 0-1 slider over the left-field fence into a Houston bullpen, scoring his fourth career walk-off hit.

Prior to the rally, the Yankees were kept free for 61/3 innings by Giancarlo Stanton until Giancarlo Stanton hit a home run.

The day after Houston's 14th no-hitter no-run, Urquidy provided AL West leaders with a strong follow-up performance, with only one run in seven innings.

Urquidy hit a no-hit no run on 91 pitches when Stanton hit a 92mph fastball on the net above the monument park over a center-field fence and hit a 436-foot home run. lost. For his 17th Homer. Stanton played the final when grounded on Saturday and became New York's first hit since Remeil's single hit on Friday.

According to Elias Sports Bureau, the hitless 16 1/3 straight innings in New York were the longest on any team since at least 1961.

José Altuve hit a lead-off home run and Mauricio Dubon added a two-run single to the Astros. The Astros also took the lead of three runs in the series opener.

New York starter Nester Courtes allowed 3 runs and 5 hits in 5 innings. He hit seven and walked two.

– Field-level media