BRONX — It had been a minute since the Yankees had scored more than two runs in a game. Quite a few minutes if we’re being honest.
But that changed on Tuesday night as the Yanks scored three runs in the sixth and seventh innings in a 4-2 win over the Cleveland Guardians. The Yankees hadn’t posted more than a pair of runs in a game since they defeated the Texas Rangers last Thursday by having four runs cross the plate.
“Just some good at-bats to get us right back into the game and then Willie really got one,” Aaron Boone said of the offensive production. So their starter was tough.
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