After scoring the first five runs only to allow the opposing team to storm back and tie the game at five, Miguel Andujar saved the day for the Yankees. The rookie third baseman walked it off against Cleveland last night, as the men in pinstripes took game one by a score of 7-6.
CC Sabathia dominated in his latest start facing his former team, throwing six scoreless innings while allowing zero runs to score. The 37-year-old southpaw succeeded in lowering his already minuscule ERA to 1.39.
In addition to Andujar’s walk-off hit, the OTHER Yankee rookie, a guy that goes by the name of Gleyber Torres, clubbed his first Major League home run tonight. It was a memorable night for the 21-year-old phenom, one in which he looks to build on going forward.
Check out what CC, Torres, and Boone had to say following the Yankee’s 7-6 win over Cleveland: