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The Yankees attack will be unveiled in the Guardians' doubleheader sweep

Cleveland — After hitting a speed bump in Houston on Thursday, the Yankees returned to victory on Saturday, sweeping a double header against the Guardian, 13- Wins 4 Wins 6-1 in the progressive field nightcap at the opener.

The Yankees, who won six of the last seven games, hit four home runs in the opener and started a powerful bounceback from Nester Cortez in the nightcap.

With the victory in Game 1, the Yankees also improved to 16-5 after losing the season. This isn't all that surprising considering that it's the best 58-21 in MLB overall.

But after a rare defeat, there is something about success in the game.

"We feel like we're dealing with wins and losses well, but when we lose, I think they'll be [tick] off," said manager Aaron Boone. "They take it a bit personally."

Since Saturday, the opener had a four-run inning and recorded 18 runs against the White Sox on June 12. It led to the greatest offensive output.

Anthony Rizzo watches his solo homer during the Yankees' Game 2 win over the Guardians.

"The clubhouse has a lot of toughness and grit. I think, "said Matt Carpenter. He hit two home runs in his first game. "There are a lot of people who care."

In the second game, the Yankees scored three out of four against the # 1 Twins in the lightweight AL Central. Defeated the new Cleveland team.

Anthony Rizzo and Giancarlo Stanton hit home runs in a row in the second inning, and added another four runs in the seventh inning to finish the home run.

Cortez (7-3) allowed a solo homer to the former Meddo Medrosario with only one out in the first inning and the remaining single pair. The left-handed player abandoned one run in six innings to strengthen the All-Star case after struggling three of the previous four outings.

Joey Gallo scores on a sacrifice fly hit by Kyle Higashioka during the Yankees' Game 2 win.
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But like Aroldis, it's not a perfect afternoon for the Yankees. Chapman turned out to be a big problem as ever.

On his return from Stint, Illinois due to left Achilles tendonitis, Chapman walks through all three batters facing the seventh inning of the opening round, waiting on the mound for Boone to pick him up. I didn't even do it. After the third walk. Ron Marinaccho freed the Yankees from the turmoil.

In the opening round, when Gerrit Cole (7-2), who had allowed two earned runs in 20¹ / ₃ innings in the previous three starts, led the bottom with Josh Naylor. I put the Yankees in the hall. Franmil Reyes shot to the right at the center on a 415-foot home run, giving Cleveland a 2-0 lead.

Faced with left-handed Kirk McCarty, his third appearance in his MLB career, and his second start, made the Yankees' third attack. LeMahieu started it with a field homer opposite, one out to the right to make it 2-1.

Aaron Judge and Torres walked before Stanton whistled. Miguel Andujar was called by Triple A Scranton / Wilkes-Bar as the 27th player in the doubleheader and entered the center single to drive the judge, tying the score. Aaron Hicks then hit the base to the right, scoring two more points to put the Yankees at the top.

The Yankees continued their sixth run against Anthony Gose. Like LeMahieu and Torres, Hicks, who reached the base four times in the opener, walked and Carpenter drilled Homer to the right. In the second half of the inning, two outs, LeMahieu walked and the judges doubled. Both were Torres singles with a score on the left to make it 8-2.

Meanwhile, Cole rolls back after two innings and joins the All-Star conversation, just like Cortez.