TORONTO — For the first time in a month, the Yankees dropped their second game in a row. Making their first trip to Toronto this season, Masahiro Tanaka gave up all four runs in a 4-3 loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
Clint Frazier did his best to atone for his struggles last Sunday with an early two-run home run off of Clayton Richard. It was all the Yankee offense could muster against the Toronto starter all night, however.
New York, though, quickly lost its early lead when Tanaka crumbled in the fifth inning.
Randal Grichuk led off the inning with a homer to cut the Yankee lead in half. Freddy Galvis then took the right-hander deep for a two-run homer to give Toronto the lead, 3-2. And it didn’t stop there.