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The Yankees lost to the Mariners by 13 after multiple baserunning errors.

Seattle — The Yankees are still the #1 team.

But it doesn't look like it these days.

The Yankees again keystoned the Mariners in his 1-0, 13th inning on Tuesday, failing to hit and run like his Cops, his sixth loss in seven games. .

Jonathan Roai Shiga gave pinch-hitter Luis Torrence a walk-off with one out. Autorunner Eduardo he won Suarez. park.

Prior to that, the Bombers were clueless on base in overtime, and the autorunners were pitched out in his third straight inning.

Adam Frazier tosses the ball to J.P. Crawford who tags out Andrew Benintendi after his baserunning miscue in the 10th inning of the Yankees' 1-0, 13-inning loss to the Mariners.

Andrew Benintendi too early in his 10th inning his third took off to snatch the He got caught in the rundown and was thrown out between the second and his third, and the Yankees scored.

On the 11th, Aaron Hicks leads the liner in second. This time, automatic runner Andujal broke to his third place and was overtaken for second. And on the 12th, Jose Trevino dropped to 2nd place with Isaiah Kiner-Falefa's comeback, and to make matters worse, Kiner-Falefa was thrown out trying to take 2nd place for some reason.

A missed base run and lack of hits squandered Gerrit Cole's efforts.

Yankees ace Gerrit Cole pitched seven scoreless innings.

Cole excelled in his T-Mobile return to the park. I was. By Tuesday, he had a 1.71 ERA, the lowest he's ever pitched five or more times in a ballpark. After a roughout against the Mariners in the Bronx last week, he redeemed himself with his seven scoreless innings, and Luis Castillo scored two of his aces in less than a week. He pitched eight innings without allowing the Mariners a single run in his second game.

For Cole, this was a significant improvement over his last start — giving up six runs in an inning — and hitting three home runs —. He said he hoped Cole would build on his five-inning shutout in the last game against Seattle, and he did.

Aaron Judge works a walk in the seventh inning.

Cole made his seven hitters the first he faced. I retired. Aaron Judge in right field and Benintendi in left field.

Sam Haggerty singled down the right to become Seattle's first baserunner in the third.

However, Haggerty was quickly erased and thrown out by his Trevino who attempted to steal the second.

Cole allowed his two singles in the fourth inning.

The first was Adam He was his shot by Frazier to lead off to right center, but Frazier inexplicably tried to double it and gave it an easy pass to center fielder Aaron Hicks. thrown out.

Luis Castillo pump his fist during the seventh inning of his eight scoreless-inning night.

Mitch Haniger before Cole showed Jake Lamb , coming up with a two-out single to end the inning.

But the Yankees didn't have better luck against Castillo.

Benintendi singled him to second base, and at first base he stole two outs, but Josh was stranded when Donaldson struck out.

Donaldson started his fourth with a single by the judges before going into an inning-ending double play.

Cole in his fifth he allowed Raleigh a one-out his double and the first leaping he fell out of DJ LeMahieu's glove. It was Seattle's first scorer, and Cole rebounded as he popped J.P. Crawford and sent Haggerty right.

was also Seattle's last runner in scoring position against Cole, as he retired the last eight batters he faced.

Meanwhile, the Yankees didn't even have another hit until in the eighth inning his Andujar flared left with his one out.

Aaron Hicks walked the Yankees' first runner into scoring position out of his first inning.

Trevino throws his chopper and hits his third base with two outs, but both runners advance.

Quinafalefa, overwhelmed by Castillo in his two at-bats in the first, held the game scoreless by finishing second.