The Yankees cruised to a 7-2 win over the A’s on Monday, with the Bombers’ bats alive.

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Yankees Defeated the Oakland A's 7–2 as the Bombers aaron judge Tenure on the injured list.

Here are the takeaways…

, nestor cortesMaking his first start in seven days after recovering from strep throat, he was a bit upset in the first out after a single and walk. but got pitches continuously jesus aguilar to fly to the center and ramon laureniano to be out on third.

The lefty settled down to retire the A's nine straight before Aguilar rocketed a single up the middle with one out in the fourth. Jordan Diaz put two with two out, but Cortes escaped without damage.

However, his night came to an abrupt end when he loaded the bases in the sixth inning on a four-pitch walk with two singles and no outs.

Cortese's final line: five innings (plus three batters), two runs on six hits with two walks and four strikeouts over 89 pitches with 60 strikeouts.

– need 12 external, Aaron Boone turned to his weary bullpen with ron marinasio Entering with packed bags. Kemp got Oakland on the board with an RBI infield hit, and then shea langeliers Gone swinging down, gone Marinaccio Jess Peterson losing to tie the game after leading in a 1–2 count. But a 6–3 double play kept the game level.

After the top of the sixth, Boone was seen talking to Cortes in the dugout, with his face in close proximity to that of his starter.

– A's starter and former Yankee want to jump on JP SearsThe Bombers' first three batters of the game all swung at the first pitch. Anthony Volpe Hit a drive (104.1 mph off the bat) to fly into the track to left gleiber torres (97.6 mph) was retired by a leaping grab on a ball hit the wall just before Anthony Rizzo Slammed a line drive (108.3mph) for a base hit to right.

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The Yanks continued their aggression but it failed to result in anything beyond a series of quick innings for the Oakland starter through four innings on only 38 pitches (31 strikeouts).

– After Spears retired 10 straight batters, harrison bader broke the drought with a liner to left center that rolled up the wall for a triple to start the fifth. with one out Osvaldo Cabrera The two-run home run to right was just fair and slid over the wall (339 feet) to give New York a brief 2–0 lead.

– In the bottom of the sixth, Torres put New York ahead with a 378-foot line drive homer to left field on a 3-2 fastball that ripped off his bat at 111.7 mph. After Rizzo collected her second single of the night, Dj Lemahieu Sears with a 402-foot two-run to take the lead 5–3.

– Boone, trying to stretch the bullpen, sent Marincio out for his second inning of work, but he got into trouble with a single and a run scored straight and had to be lifted. Ian Hamilton With two on and nobody out in the top of the seventh. A pair of groundouts and strikeouts stranded the runners.

-Together jose trevino on first after single, aaron hicks He got his first homer of the season with a towering drive to second deck in right field in the seventh.

,Nick Ramirez Entered his first game in week 8 with a five-run lead and, despite allowing two hits and one walk, got the final six outs to close out the win.

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With the win, the Yanks improved to 19–17, but remained in the AL East basement. Oakland fell to 8–28 with the loss and their run differential dropped to minus 129.

, Isiah Kiner-Falefa went hitless at the plate in four at-bats, but the former Gold Glove Award winner made a pair of fine defensive plays in the third: snagging a Nick Allen Liner with a dive to his left to start the third and fielding a quick Kevin Smith Grounder with a nifty backhand and throw to start the fifth.


what will happen

Clark Schmidt (0-3, 5.83 ERA) would be looking for his first win of the season. The Yankees right-hander has pitched just 29.1 innings in seven starts and allowed 24 runs (19 earned) on 41 hits with seven homers. He has a 5.13 FIP and 1.705 WHIP so far. A will start on the right hand side Drew Rucinski (0–2, 7.71 ERA).