No. 104 for the Cleveland Indians topped them all.
The New York Yankees lost in heart-breaking fashion to the Cleveland Indians during Game 2 of the ALDS, and on Saturday manager Joe Girardi took full responsibility. But it's possible, also, to be misled by the broadcasters, who seemed to be taking their cues from Sanchez, and narrowly misinterpreting what they saw. Their goal right now is to win one game, Game 3.
Jackson drew a leadoff walk in the 13th from Dellin Betances and stole second.
Pence leaves Colts game early over national anthem protest
Pence issued a public statement nearly immediately afterward, saying he did not want to "dignify" the game and the act of protest. NBC News' Vaughn Hillyard tweeted that the media pool was kept in vans and was not allowed to follow Pence into the stadium.
Bauer held the Yankees without a hit for five and two-thirds innings and allowed just two hits before relievers Andrew Miller and Cody Allen polished off the shutout as the Yankees managed just one more hit, off Allen. "No words, honestly. I'm speechless". Then in the bottom of the eight inning, Jay bruce tied the game 8-8 with a 400-foot homerun to left-center field. They tell us we have the 30 seconds. "And it took an entire team tonight to win that game".
If he were dropped from the roster now, he would be ineligible for the American League Championship Series shouldÂ the Indians advance.
The Yankees had Cleveland on the ropes after knocking out Corey Kluber, the inevitable A.L. Cy Young, with six runs on seven hits in less than three innings. This allowed the Indians to come back from a 5-run deficit and then eventually win, 9-8. Or if you're a Yankees fan, it began the start of New York's demise. Asked after the game if Green's ball hit him, Chisenhall refused to give a definitive answer.
Girardi really screwed up.
Giants WR carted off field
If things were bad for Eli Manning without Beckham, he might have to move forward without three of his top-4 receiving options. Beckham has been plagued with injuries since the preseason, most notably a high ankle sprain that sidelined him in Week 1.
He did it on Friday, but it was an inning too late.
He failed to challenge what appeared to be a strike-three foul tip from the Indians Lonnie Chisenhall who was at bat with a 0-2 count and Yankee pitcher Chad Green on the mound. They can give you a travel day like this one, when you must relive and own your mistake in the hopes of diminishing it. Girardi did that Saturday. "I think an organization has to do what they're comfortable with, right, and it may not always agree with the person that is either being fired or however it goes", Girardi said. "He stood there. But it's just stuff that happens in the game".
"I take responsibility for everything, and I feel disgusting about it", he said, according to MLB.com's Bryan Hoch. "He was getting a high strike, which for his stuff is helpful for him, but I didn't think it was an overly lopsided strike zone by any means".
Nate to become category 1 hurricane by tonight
WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT WEEK: Nate will race off to the northeast Sunday night however the axis of tropical moisture will linger. However, the region is still expected to have 1 to 2 inches of rain from Saturday night through Monday morning, she said.
Just like the first game of their traditional doubleheader at Yankee Stadium, the Indians started fast offensively, pitched well throughout and limited the effectiveness of a powerful Yankees offense at Yankee Stadium.