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Gwiz’s three up/three down

BRONX, N.Y. — It wasn’t pretty but given how fast the New York Yankees’ roster became banged up, it was a nice rebound to take two of three at Yankee Stadium from the Baltimore Orioles.

Three up:

Jose Trevino: As you well know the story by now, how do you not feel good for Trevino? On Tuesday evening, the Yankee catcher homered, collected three hits, drove in three, and had the walk-off winner in the bottom of the eleventh inning.

JP Sears: Making his first start, Sears provided five scoreless frames Wednesday and struck out five. Honorable mention to his “handcuff” Ron Marinaccio, who fanned three in two frames of relief.


Miguel Andujar: Andujar was essentially the source of offense Wednesday. He drove in the eventual winning run with a single to left in the fourth inning. Andujar also picked up another hit and stole a bag. Honorable mention to Aaron Judge, who also drove in a run and hit a pair of homers in a losing effort in the Monday game.

Three down:

Aaron Hicks: Hicks was 2-for-11 and looked lost in the outfield at times.

Gerrit Cole: Yielding five runs to the Orioles on Monday wasn’t ideal.

Michael King: Chalk it up to exposure but King coughed up three runs in his 0.2 outing on Tuesday.