Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Soriano, Reynolds lead Yankees to comeback win over Orioles

After Ivan Nova gave up 4 earned runs in his six innings of work tonight, the Yankees were down 4-1. At that point, my frustration was at an all time high. Up to that point the offense had done nothing and hope seemed to he lost. But then the sixth inning happened, and from then on the Yankees, led by Alfonso Soriano and Mark Reynolds, were in control. 

In that crucial sixth inning, Soriano and Reynolds each hit solo homers to bring the score to 4-3. The Yankees were still losing, but now I was watching. Eventually, in the eighth inning, the Yankees would take the lead after an RBI Single by Cano, a two-run homer from Soriano, and an RBI Double from Reynolds made the final score 7-5. Tonight, we really saw how much heart this team has. Now all they have to do is win tomorrow's rubber game and they'll be on the right path. 

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