Yankees’ bats come to life in ninth inning for walk-off win over Tiger

 In The Bronx Friday, the Yankees scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Tigers, 2-1, after appearing to have lost their bats in Milwaukee.   

 The Yankees were held down for eight innings following a fairly silent series in Baltimore,,,

where they scored just six runs in four games against the Orioles after an explosive outburst against the Brewers.   

 Friday was extremely quiet, with only two singles until the eighth.   

 Aaron Judge hit a single up the middle off Jason Foley, and Alex Verdugo bunted down the third base line.   

 After striking out three times, Giancarlo Stanton doubled to right to score Judge and tie the game at 1-1.   

 Rizzo's single through a drawn-in infield won it for the Yankees, preventing a fourth loss in five games.   

 Anthony Rizzo celebrates his walk-off hit in the Yankees' May 3, 2024 win over the Tigers  

 “Just keep pushing while we have outs and opportunities,” Stanton added. “We needed all of them, but if we have outs, we have time.”   

 Aaron Judge dismissed for first time in Yankees career after close call Composite image: 1968 jersey on left, smiling Mickey Mantle in yankees outfit and cap on right Predicted auction value: $3M for 1968 jersey.  

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