Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Soriano's huge game leads Yankees to comeback victory over Angels, 14-7

CC Sabathia have up just 2 earned runs over six innings tonight as the Yankees beat the Angels for the second night in a row, 14-7. Now those six innings by CC weren't exactly dominant, but at least they got him a win (now 10-10 on the year), and he really needed one of those. 

Believe it or not, the Yankees did trail 3-2 near the beginning of this one, but that was when Alfonso Soriano took over. In six at-bats tonight, Soriano had a two-run home run, a three-run home run, and an RBI Single, giving him a total of 6 RBIs on the night, by far the most on the team. Another guy who had a really nice game was Eduardo Nunez, who went 2-for-6 with two singles and 4 runs batted in. 

The Bombers other four runs tonight came on a two-run double from A-Rod (yeah, he's actually doing stuff now), a solo home run from Wells (his 11th of the year), and an RBI Groundout from Nix. For 2013 Yankee fans, it's very important that we enjoy games like tonight's, because we all know there hasn't been and won't be many. 

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