The New York Yankees turned in an explosive performance against the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night, winning by a score of 20-6. In what seemed to be a football game, the Yankees tallied 16 hits, 20 runs, and walked seven times in their impressive win. This marked six consecutive games in the win column, which is a major change from a five-game losing streak earlier last week.
While starter Deivi Garcia had his ups and downs throughout the contest, the run support was impeccable, giving him another victory. He is now 2-1 on the season with a 3.28 ERA.
The good news, the New York Yankees are back on track and heading toward a playoff berth. Their offense was unstoppable on Tuesday night, with Luke Voit recording five RBIs and two home runs. Even struggling catcher Gary Sanchez got in on the action, launching a three-run blast and recording four RBIs. In addition, DJ LeMahieu had four hits over six at-bats and also had five RBIs. This was just an offensive masterpiece across the board, and the Yankees will hopefully carry this over into their second game of the series in the Bronx.