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Quick Recap of Games 93 and 94
By mvyb, 22.07.2006, 19:49

Yankees- 5, Blue Jays- 4
W- Wang (11-4)
L- Downs (4-1)
S- Rivera (23)
Notable Yankee Players:
SS- Jeter, 2-3 ( 2 singles, RBI, and a run)
C- Posada, 1-4 ( triple, run)
RF- Williams, 2-4 ( single, 2 runs, 2-run HR [7] )
PH/1B- Giambi, 1-1 ( walk, RBI double)
Chien-Ming Wang delivered yet another quality start for the Yanks, and picked up his 11th win of the season. Wang gave up four earned runs, but induced some huge double plays.
Bernie Williams' two run homer, Giambi's pinch-hit RBI double, and Derek Jeter's bases-loaded walk were the Yankee run-scoring plays. ( The Yanks also scored a run on a balk by Lily) Jorge Posada tripled for the first time in four years, and Melky Cabrera singled and scored in the seventh inning. Oddly, Jaret Wright was called upon to pinch run for Giambi in the ninth inning...?
But the story of the game was the New York Bullpen:
Proctor: 1 inning pitched, 1 hit, and 3 strikeouts
Farnsworth: 1 inning pitched and 3 strikeouts
Rivera- 1 innings pitched and save recorded
Proctor and Farnsworth struck out a combined six consecutive batters over two innings of work, blowing 100+ mph fastballs past Toronto bats.
Yankee Player/s of the Game: The Bullpen!
Yankees- 3, Blue Jays- 7
W- Burnett ( 2-3)
L- Wright (6-6)
Notable Yankee Players:
SS- Jeter, 2-4 ( 2 singles, run)
3B- Rodriguez, 1-4 ( 3-run HR [21] )
Jaret Wright's struggles against Toronto continued last night; he pitched only 2.2 innings, allowing five runs on seven hits and two walks. One thing to note- almost every ground-ball hit was a direct result of the Toronto stadium's turf. Playable balls were skipping past the usually reliable Yankee infielders. Shawn Chacon took over for Wright, and he wasn't that bad. Chacon didn't have that much control over his pitches, but he did hold the Blue Jays to just one run over almost three innings.
Alex Rodriguez was the only thing between Burnett and a shutout over the Yanks. His three-run homer was not only his 450th home run of his career, but his 2,000th hit.
Yankee Player of the Game: Alex Rodriguez 

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