NEW YORK (AP) Clint Frazier was fighting in the seventh half when some Yankees fans rushed in, threw a half-dozen balls into the field and stopped the game for 2 minutes and 15 seconds.
At the end of Friday night, New York manager Aaron Boone relaxed in the rare meeting following a match against his underperforming players following a previous 8-2 defeat. Tampa Bay Rays Lower Yankees to AL-worst 5-8.
“We know adversity will come to you at some point in the season. It’s knocking on our door right now, and we have to answer it, ”said Boone.
New York has won three trophies – unsuccessful pitching, hitting and punching. The Yankees walking seven Rays, making just three hits, hitting 14 hits and making three mistakes resulting in three unsuccessful runs.
Frazier alluded to the manager talking to the decibel players on a conversational tone.
“He’s so cold that when he tells us the way he does, people should listen because he’s not the kind of person that is really annoying,” said Frazier. “So I think your ears will prick up a bit whenever a cold guy expects a lot from you and we don’t give it the way we can.”
“Obviously he was annoyed, and it was,” said Giancarlo Stanton, who hit a two-track homer in the seventh inning against Trevor Richards.
While the weather was clear on a cool 45 degree night, the Yankees did not, and crowds limited the pandemic to 10,202 people regularly booing.
“Like us, they have to stay calm, too,” said the Yankees pitcher Michael King.
Brandon Lowe hit a double run from the right center wall in his first match against opener Nick Nelson, and champions AL Tampa Bay (6-8) snatched the win after to New York with eight defeats in 11 games – and not even a 25 inning lead. The young, athletic Rays team took an eight-round lead versus Saturday and beat the Yankees for the 16th time in their most recent 21 encounters, including in last year’s Series Division.
The Rays players were amazed at the misconduct by their fans.
“Never seen anything like that before,” said Lowe. “This is my first baseball experience.”
Michael Wacha (1-1) lowered his ERA from 7.00 to 4.20, allowing one shot in six unsuccessful innings with nine shots and two walks.
“Everything is just dancing,” Wacha said.
Mike Zunino netted another double twice, a four light hit in the sixth match against Lucas Luetge, who shot his glove on the bench as he made his way to the dig.
“To come here with a good team, with their fans – you know, animation – I think we handled everything really, really well,” said Rays manager Kevin Cash. .
Frazier drew 0 to 3 with three goals and without RBI in 63 appearances this year. Aaron Hicks is 0 for 3, down to 2 for 26 (0.077) left-handed this season. And batting champion AL, DJ LeMahieu drew 0 with a score of 4, ending his streak of 23 regular season games against Rays.
Third rider Gio Urshela allowed Willy Adames lander to pop out of his gloves for a scoring error in four fifth innings, and second rider Rougned Odor threw past first base for a foul. His second of what should have been a double that ended Randy Arozarena’s landing, allowing for two more runs.
Nelson (0-2) was announced on Thursday night that he will make the surprise start and is “definitely very exciting”. The last time Boone used the opener, Deivi García started game 2 last year with Rays and was followed by JA Happ in a 7-5 defeat.
“I had to think again when I was a beginner and try to restore that habit before the game,” said Nelson. “It’s a bit difficult to think about all that.”
Gerrit Cole, who started the final series on Sunday, was 2-0 with ERA 1.47, allowing three runs in 18 thirds in three appearances in three appearances. The rest of New York started 1-5 with 6.45 ERA, dropping 27 runs in 37 2/3 innings.
The Yankees players vow to respond to Boone.
“There’s plenty of time to turn things around, and no time for panic buttons or nothing at all.” Stanton says. “We can’t go out there to take those hits.”
King hit Lowe on his forearm with a 90.6 mph knife leading the third batter, the sixth, including five Tia, to hit in four inter-team matches this year.
Nelson hit Zunino in his opening game last weekend, Justin Wilson hit Joey Wendle on Saturday and Jordan Montgomery hit Austin Meadows twice on Sunday, when Cody Reed hit Hicks.
“It happened. I got over it. It’s done,” said Lowe.
King stuck six runners second in three goalless innings, giving him the final nine this season. He was chosen to return to an alternative training location.
FIELDS OF FIELDS
New York made three or more mistakes five times in its most recent 28 regular matches since last season.
Ray: Kevin Kiermaier, who left April 5 with a strained left quadriceps, will be judged after he trains on Saturday, said Rays manager Kevin Cash.
The Jordan Montgomery Film Festival (1-0) kicks off Saturday for the Yankees against RHP Tyler Glasnow (1-0), who beat the top-14 team in his career in Texas on Monday, allowing for two hits in 7 2/3 innings do not score. Glasnow remembers his pre-pandemic time at the Big Apple. “Usually, every time I go to New York before COVID, I always go to Washington Square and play chess,” he said Friday. “I will just go to the park and be beaten by all the chess players. But it’s still fun. The things that look the worst are always the best. “
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