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Yankees overwhelm Indians at the start of the series


CLEVELAND.

With four home runs, The New York Yankees beat the Cleveland Indians 12-3 on Tuesday in their first wild card game. in the majors for the American circuit.

They sang for the ‘Mules’ Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Venezuelan Gleyber Torres and Brett Gardner, who thus supported the excellent work of the star Gerritt Cole.

Cole (1-0), with seven solid innings, in which he allowed two touchdowns and distributed a whopping 13 strikeouts, he beat fellow starter Shane Bieber (0-1), the Triple Crown man last season, which was cut from 162 to 60 games by the coronavirus.

Bieber, who was the best pitcher in the regular season he was average in his playoff debut, allowing seven runs and nine hits. in just four innings.

While, Cole’s strikeouts were the second-most by a New York pitcher in postseason history.

Roger clemens fanned 15 in Game 4 of the 2000 American League.

towers went 4-4 and Gardner 5-3 with three runs pushed each.

The Best-of-three series continues on Wednesday with Venezuelan Carlos Carrasco, for the Indians, on the mound, and the Japanese Masahiro Tanaka by the Yankees.

Whoever takes this wild card series The winner between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Toronto Blue Jays will be measured in the Divisional Series, which favors the Floridian team 1-0.

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