Yankees wake up to Braves and break five-game losing streak

The Yankees finally win again.

Lyou New York Yankees snapped their five-game losing streak Tuesday, thanks to some batting, a wild pitch and a bases loaded walk, in the 3-1 win over the Atlanta Braves.

The Colombian Gio Urshela tied the score with a home run in the fifth act off Charlie Morton, and the Yankees won with five hits, that left their total at 16 in the last four games.

New York was 2-for-8 with runners in scoring position, but improved to 6-10. He still ranks last in the AL East, but avoided what would have been his worst start to the season since 1972.

Tyler Matzek (0-2), who returned to the majors last year after being absent since 2015, walked pinch-hitter Aaron Hicks at the start of the eighth inning. DJ LeMahieu and Aaron Judge followed with individual singles that filled the bases.

It was just the second inning with more than one hit by the Yankees in two games.

Clint Frazier batted in place of Brett Gardner, while Nate Jones took over. to make a wild pitch missed by catcher Travis d’Arnaud.

Hicks scored to make it 2-1. Frazier flew a balloon to second, before Giancarlo Stanton got the intentional walk.

The Venezuelan Gleyber Torres hit a short fly to center field and Mike Ford, In his first game of the season, he was walked on four pitches for another run.

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