Gio Urshela blows the wall and Yankees prevails over the Rays

Urshela, the Yankees' point man against the Rays.

Gio Urshela hit a home run in the first inning, Clint Frazier drove in two runs one night after ending the game with a home run, and The New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 on Wednesday night.

New York recovered from some shocks. After losing six of seven commitments, the Yankees have scored two wins over the AL East leaders.

Tampa bay did not suffer two consecutive defeats since May 11 and 12, when he faced the Yankees themselves.

Jordan Montgomery (3-1) solved 6 1/3 innings for New York. Only one of the three runs he allowed was earned.

The Cuban guy Aroldis Chapman was unusually out of control in the ninth episode. He ticketed his first two rivals, but he came out of the predicament and scored his twelfth ransom.

One night after winning 11 innings thanks to Frazier’s home run, the Yankees soon found another four-corner hit, versus left-hander Shane McClanahan (2-1).

With two outs in the opening inning, the Colombian Urshela found the first pitch, a fastball, and deposited the ball on the bottom floor of the bleachers, on the right field side, to produce two runs.

Urshela added a double in the seventh inning.

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