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Making his return from the disabled list, CC Sabathia scattered four hits and two runs over six strong innings Saturday in a win over the Red Sox.

He fanned four and walked one over the course of 80 pitches. The only runs he allowed came in the fifth inning when the Red Sox broke through for two hits and a walk. The big left-hander has been money versus Boston, yielding just two runs in 20 innings against them this year. Saturday’s win was Sabathia’s first since July 21. He’ll make his next start at home Friday against Seattle.
Aug 19 - 10:31 PM

Didi Gregorius tallied three hits Saturday in the Yankees’ win over the Red Sox.

Didi doubled and singled twice while scoring his lone run on a three-run shot by Tyler Austin in the second inning. The Netherlands native has been a thorn in the Red Sox’s side all season, hitting .333 in 48 at-bats against Boston. His .312 average is fourth-highest in the American League behind Jose Altuve, Jean Segura and Eric Hosmer.
Aug 19 - 10:30 PM

Todd Frazier went deep for his 21st homer Saturday in the Yankees’ win over the Red Sox.

He sent Chris Sale’s offering over the Green Monster in left field to give the Bombers a 4-2 lead in the sixth. Frazier also touched home on Tyler Austin’s three-run blast in the second inning. Both of Frazier’s two career hits off Sale have gone for home runs. Despite decent power numbers (21 home runs), the 31-year-old has hit an underwhelming .212 over 373 at-bats this season.
Aug 19 - 10:29 PM

Nelson Cruz went 2-for-4 with a two-run dinger and two runs scored in a victory over the Rays on Saturday.

His blast off starter Jake Odorizzi in the fourth inning seemed like overkill at the time but was ultimately needed as the Rays mounted a late-inning comeback. The ageless wonder Cruz now has a .295 batting average with 31 home runs and an even 100 RBI. Only Nolan Arenado has driven in more runs this year.
Aug 19 - 10:27 PM

Tyler Austin belted a three-run homer Saturday in the Yankees’ win over the Red Sox.

Austin drove in three of the Yankees’ four runs on a blast to left field in the second inning. He also ripped a double to center before Jacoby Ellsbury replaced him as a pinch-runner in the ninth. Saturday was Austin’s first game in almost two months after missing time with a hamstring injury. He’s hit .286 across 21 big league at-bats this season.
Aug 19 - 10:27 PM

Marwin Gonzalez hit a two-run single in Saturday's win over the Athletics.

Gonzalez pulled a ground ball to the right side in the fourth inning, glancing off the second baseman's glove and into right field to score two. It was his only hit in three at-bats. It's been a heck of a breakout year for the 28-year-old, who ranks among the league leaders in batting average (.308), slugging percentage (.548) and OPS (.932) while setting career highs in basically every statistical category.
Aug 19 - 10:23 PM

Ariel Miranda yielded three runs in five innings and was credited with a win over the Rays on Saturday.

He struck out five batters against one walk and surrendered five base hits, including a solo home run by Steven Souza. He burned through 94 pitches and had to be relieved early but he still got the win. The second-year left-hander improves to 8-6 with a 4.78 ERA in 25 starts. His next start will come on the road against the Yankees on Friday.
Aug 19 - 10:22 PM

Logan Morrison came off the bench to belt a pinch-hit home run against the Mariners on Saturday.

His blast off closer Edwin Diaz brought the Rays to within a run but they couldn't plate the elusive tying run in the loss. Morrison has cooled down quite a bit in the second half. His overall line is still good at .249/.355/.515 with 29 bombs and 68 RBI in 473 plate appearances.
Aug 19 - 10:17 PM
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