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Gwiz’s three up/three down

TORONTO, Ont. — It was another series victory for the New York Yankees, as they took two of three from the Toronto Blue Jays. The Yankees snapped the Blue Jays’ streak of not losing a series in the early season. Unfortunately, in a tough finale, the Yankees saw their 11-game winning streak broken as well.

Overall, it’s tough to complain when you roll into Toronto and nearly pull off a sweep.

Three up:

Gleyber Torres: Torres had quite the evening on Monday. The Yankees second baseman produced all three runs in the 3-2 victory. Torres homered in the fourth inning to stake New York to a 2-0 lead and drove in the winning run with a single to center in the ninth.


Aaron Judge: During Tuesday’s victory, it was Judge’s sixth inning home run that changed the tenor of the game, tying things at one apiece. He would also bang a two-run double to cap off a six-run seventh.


Jameson Taillon: Taillon produced by far the most impressive outing by a New York starter in the series. Taillon recorded four K’s, scattered five hits and yielded one run in six frames.

Three down:

Anthony Rizzo: It’s tough to bang on him with what he’s done thus far but the calendar change didn’t treat him kindly. Rizzo went 1-for-13 in the series.

Nestor Cortes Jr.: It’s tough to pitch without much run support but Cortes Jr. had some control issues with four walks and a home run allowed and only lasted four frames Wednesday.

Jose Trevino: I know he’s not here to hit but an 0-for-7 isn’t great.