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Astros duo beat the Yankees after a horrific clash

Left fielder Yordan Alvarez and shortstop Jeremy Peña deviate from the Astros start line against the Yankees on Thursday after a horrific clash with Mets the day before. I did. 6} In Citi Field. 

Alvarez and Pena, who are in second place with 23 home runs to Aaron Judge, have been evaluated for concussion and, according to Houston, "trying to see if they can still be cleared" manager Dusty. Baker. 

"First and foremost, I hope they're fine," said Aaron Boone, the Yankees manager, in Minutes before theYankees 2-1 defeat. I told reporters at the Maid Park. "Whenever you see men coming out of the game or being carted out of the field, your concern goes to it and they're happy. 

" They're serious Seems to have avoided some injuries, but that's a good thing. Obviously, they are two great players and, in the case of Yodan, one of the best hitters in the sport, so it's a challenge. But now you just hope, especially those capable players, you just hope everything is okay. " 

Jeremy Pena (3) and Yordan Alvarez collide during the Astros' win over the Mets on Wednesday.
Jeremy Pena (3) and Yordan Alvarez collide during the Astros' win over the Mets on Wednesday.

Jeremy Penha (3) and Jordan Alvarez collide in the Astros match against the Mets on Wednesday.

25-year-old Alvarez — 2019 AL Rookie of the Year — was added to the cart from the field after eight collisions on Wednesday, and Pena caught Dominic Smith's pop-up. Alvarez nominated Shohei Ohtani as a finalist on Thursday and was selected as the designated hitter for the American League in the All-Star Game. 

The 24-year-old rookie Pena is hitting .275 with 9 home runs and .788 OPS as the main replacement for the leaving star Carlos Correa. 

Alvarez played a home run and two walks 3-12 in a four-game split against the Yankees at the Bronx last weekend. The match on Thursday consisted of a postponed match between two potential playoff opponents at the start of the season. 

"Whenever you play against a team, this good rivalry gives you a little shot, especially in a one-off match during this trip." Boone Said. "So there's probably a spot on the calendar through the seasonal grind that gives you a little extra. But it's also the June game. I think that's our focus. 

" The [Bronx Series] was energetic and intense because it was June. Obviously, I know there are a lot of highlights and the focus is on it. You can feel that energy. And 4 Realize that you can play against really good opponents by playing one game. "