Yankees nearly pull off ‘first in MLB history’ embarrassment…didn’t get a hit until the 10th inning, then rallied for 13th-inning win

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A team that didn’t get a single hit until the 10th inning of extra innings eventually won the game in the 13th. With even their five-game winning streak in jeopardy, the Yankees came back from the brink of a no-hitter.

The New York Yankees, last in the American League East, pulled off a dramatic victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday (Nov. 11). The Yankees snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-3 win in 13 innings at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York. They are now 71-72 (.497) on the season and are back to .500.

During the three-game losing streak, the Yankees were 7-for-27 at the plate. They lost by seven, six, and seven runs at home, disappointing home fans on a daily basis. That was the case until the 10th inning in Milwaukee on the 11th. The Yankees offense hadn’t gotten a single hit until the 10th inning.

The starting lineup was DJ LeMahieu (first base), Aaron Judge (right field), Glavier Torres (second base), Giancarlo Stanton (designated hitter), Isaiah Canaan-Palepa (center field), Anthony Wolf (shortstop), Everson Pereira (left field), Oswaldo Cabrera (third base), and Ben Lottbett (catcher). The lineup was weak, with only Judge and Torres batting over .250. After the fifth spot in the batting order, no player had an OPS over .700.

On top of that, Milwaukee starter Corbin Burns was really good, allowing just two walks and striking out seven in a scoreless eighth inning. The fastballs were mostly grounders. Kainer-Palepa hit two 100+ mph balls off Burns, but both were thrown out in the second and fifth innings as they were headed toward shortstop Willy Adames. In the seventh inning, Stanton’s 97.8-mph fastball sailed into right field.

The Yankees retired Devin Williams in the ninth and Abner Uribe in the 10th. Still, they were able to hold on behind seven scoreless innings from starter Gerrit Cole and a bullpen relay of Wandy Peralta, Clay Holmes and Tommy Kahn.

But the balance was upset in the top of the 11th when Nick Ramirez gave up a bases-loaded single to Tyrone Taylor. The Yankees’ bats, which had been silent through 10 innings of no-hit ball, came alive. Trailing 1-0 in the bottom of the 11th inning, Cabrera hit a game-tying double with runners on first and third, giving the Yankees the first 11-inning no-hitter in major league history.토스카지노

They gave up two runs in the top of the 12th. With the bases loaded and nobody out, Standen hit a game-tying home run to tie the game at 3-3. The Yankees survived a scoreless 13th inning pitched by Anthony Misiewicz, and Kyle Higashioka hit a game-tying double with runners on first and second in the bottom of the 13th.

The game could have ended in the 10th inning. Yankees shortstop Wolfe hit a line drive to right-center field with runners on first and second in the 10th inning. But right fielder Sal Prellick flew to the plate, risking a collision with center fielder Joey Wimmer, to make the catch.

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