Grand slam costs Yankees in 8-7 loss to Rays

BRONX — The 42,116 Yankees fans in attendance booed as the team walked off the field after the top of the fifth. 

Albert Abreu had given up a go-ahead grand slam to Taylor Walls after taking over for starter Clarke Schmidt in what ended up being an 8-7 Yankees loss to the AL East-leading Tampa Bay Rays. The loss meant the Bombers split the four-game set with Tampa and let a fifth-inning comeback go to waste. 

Six of their last eight wins had been in come-from-behind fashion entering Sunday’s series finale. New York, which had started the series last in the AL East, entered the game 7.0 games back of

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