Gerrit cole He managed to get rid of some unusual problems of lack of control and ended up throwing a four-hitter in seven innings for the The New York Yankees will have their most dominant pitching streak in 89 years, beating the Chicago White Sox 7-0 on Saturday.
Cole (6-2) allowed four singles in seven innings. He struck out seven opponents and walked the same number, something that had not happened since Aug. 31. Despite this streak of lack of control, The Yankees stretched their winning streak to five.
Recovering from his worst start this season, Cole improved his ERA to 1.81 and finished the day with a 100.8 mph fastball to Andrew Vaughn, who was called the third strike. It was Cole’s most powerful pitch of the season and the fourth fastest he has hit in his career.
Cole extended to 30 innings the streak in which the Yankees’ starters have not allowed a run.
Corey Kluber threw a no-hitter on Texayes, before the Dominican Domingo Germán will work without tolerating a score from the Rangers. Jordan Montgomery painted the White Sox white on Friday, in the first game of the series.
With Cole’s performance, the Yankees have basted four consecutive seven-inning starts without conceding a touchdown, something that they had not achieved since the period of August 11-16, 1932. In that year, the run was the work of Johnny Allen against the St. Louis Browns, George Pipgras and Red Ruffing against Chicago, as well as Lefty Gómez against Cleveland.
For the White Sox, the Cubans Yoán Moncada 3-0, José Abreu 4-2, Yasmani Grandal 3-0. The Dominicans Yermín Mercedes 4-0, Leury García 3-0. For the Yankees, Colombian Gio Urshela 3-0 with a run scored. Venezuelans Gleyber Torres 4-3 with two runs scored and four RBIs, Rougned Odor 4-1 with an RBI. The Dominican Miguel Andújar 4-1.