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Good news and bad news as Yankees fall to Astros in stop game

The New York Yankees faced the Houston Astros Thursday night in a layoff before traveling to Cleveland in a three-game series against the Guardians. The Bombers recently split a four-game streak in the Bronx against Houston but failed to beat it despite losing several rookie players.

On Wednesday against the Mets, Houston player Jordan Alvarez and player Jeremy Peña collided, injuring both players. Neither of them were included in Thursday’s squad, as well as Michael Brantley. However, they still managed to stifle a Yankee that simply couldn’t operate their rackets.

Good news and bad news as the Yankees fall to the Astros in a pit-stop:

Luis Severino got his start with Team Yank, giving up two winning runs and three runs over 6.0 runs. Altogether, Severino had a solid outing, but his team couldn’t muster enough production and provide enough production to push them over the hump.

Over 87 throws, Severino hit four and walked on two. Bulls were also effective. Ron Marinaccio and Albert Abreu combined in two no-stroke rounds, notching three total hits.

Astros bowler Luis Garcia started in 5.1 rounds, dropping three eights and one round, courtesy of Anthony Rizzo’s solo blast. Hit six hits, throw 101 throws. Unfortunately, the dominant Astros bullpen shut down the Yankees the rest of the way, giving up two injuries over the last four innings.

Overall, the Yankees scored only five hits, and they hit 11 times. Josh Donaldson hit three times, failing to make an impact in the five hole. Jose Trevigno scored twice, and the bottom of the standings struggled hard to get anything on the board.

For some reason, the Houston Astros seem to be the Yankees’ kryptonite, beating them even without three starters. Alex Bergman provided the team-maker with bases loaded at the bottom of the third inning, hitting double the left field wall that was almost a grand slam.

The Yankees have not benefited much from their start in the past few games, but Sevi did enough to win this game. Aaron Boone and his team will travel to Cleveland on Friday night at 7:10 p.m.

With a day off on July 4, the Yankees will have a much-needed rest ahead of seven straight games on the road against the Pittsburgh Pirates and Boston Red Sox.

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