TORONTO — It was scoreless for most of the night at the Rogers Centre, but the Yankees finally broke through in the 13th inning. Facing Joe Biagini, Aaron Judge would send his curveball to far away in left center field to lead New York to the win over Toronto, 3-0.
The victory capped off a two-game sweep for the Bombers.
Not to get lost in the shuffle, though, was an excellent performance by Sonny Gray. Going eight strong innings, the Yankee starter gave up just two hits and two walks, while striking out eight Blue Jays.
In an amazing sequence, Gray was able to get away from a bases loaded jam in the fifth inning, after inducing a Devon Travis double play ball.
Along with this, the New York bullpen was equally as excellent, pitching a combined five innings of scoreless work.
Current Yankees Record: 40-18