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Late Homer ends the Yankees ‘season in crushing ALDS’ loss to Ray

The striped bubble collapsed Friday night when Aroldis Chapman inserted a sharp knife into it.

As they did during the strangest regular baseball season ever, the Rays finished ahead of the Yankees in the ALDS with a 2–1 win in Series of Five at Petco Park in San Diego.

Mike Brusso, who famously headed from a fast ball at 101 mph from Chapman at Yankee Stadium on September 1, sent a fast 3-2 ball from the closest Yankees, a stadium that scored at 100 mph, over the left field wall in the half. VIII.

The defeat ended what could only be described as a disappointing season at several levels for the Yankees. He preferred to reach the World Championships in March before COVID-19 halted spring training, and also in June when training resumed in the spring, the Yankees finished second after the Rays at AL East.

Friday night, the Yankees wore the runner-up hat again despite a strong performance from Gerrit Cole, who started three days off for the first time in his big league career.

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Aroldis Chapman watches as Michael Brosso of the Rays spin the bases after hitting him solo on the ground during the eighth game of Game 5.AP

Cole gave up one hit, marching home solo to Austin Meadows with two wins in the fifth game, in 5 rounds / and hitting nine.

It wasn’t good enough because four Rice’s shooters grabbed the Yankees with three hits, one of which was Homer Aaron Judge on the fourth hit.

Rays progresses to the best ALCS of the seven, which opens Sunday in Petco Park, to take on Astros. Meanwhile, the Yankees are heading to another season without reaching the World Championships. Their last trip was in 2009, when they won the 27th World Championship.

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Manager Aaron Boone called up Chapman with two rejecters and a runner in the seventh inning of the 1-1 match and left-hander Brandon Lowe hit at 99 mph.

With a tie, 1-1, in sixth place, Brett Gardner escaped at home from Randy Arosarina by placing his glove over the left court wall and pulling the ball back onto the field for the first time.

This was Cole’s last blow, when Boon called up left-wing Zach Breton to counter hitting Ji Man Choi with his left hand. Kevin Cash, Rays’ manager, responded with Brosseau, who hit the pitch solo to short.

After Yandy Diaz walked over, Britton hit Joy Wendell and Willie Adams retired on a trip to the right.

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Michael Brosso celebrates his victory at home.Getty Images

A complete count to Giancarlo Stanton with two sixth-place wins propelled Aaron Hicks to second place and gave the Yankees his first scoring center runner.

This brought Luke Voight onto the plate. The major league hitter at home during the regular season was featured in Game Four, with Pete Fairbanks jumping ahead of Voight, 1-2, and hitting him at the speed of 100 mph that the Yankees flew by.

Cole loaded up the rules in the first half by issuing two runs and hit Arozarena on the left elbow with a fast ball at 97 mph. Cole went to the full count on Joy Wendell and caught him looking at the fast ball that clocked 97 mph. The knockout sparked an emotional Cole, who turned towards Rise’s first base bunker and shouted.

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When Cole Wendell hit, it marked the start of a streak of eight straight hits. Included in this line are six strokes.

Rays had four players on the field when Judge led the fourth game. They could have used a player in the seats off the right-field wall, because that’s where Judge hit a field 1-0 outside Nick Anderson in the first round of the game.

Since Shane Bieber returned to the Indians in the first half of the opening game of the AL wild-card series, Judge has had two hits on 22 bats entering the game: one and Homer.

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