Fernando Tatis Jr. and Juan Soto thunder the woods in Padres’ victory over Yankees

The Dominican flavor of the San Diego Padres was present at Yankee Stadium and Fernando Tatis Jr. and Juan Soto cracked the ball to beat the New York Yankees 5-1.

Soto’s home run came in the top of the fifth entrance. Randy Vázquez threw a cutter that was traveling at 89.8 miles per hour. The Padres’ Dominican sent the ball to deep right field and brought the recorder to Jake Cronenworth to make it 2-0. Soto hit ten home runs in the 2023 season and it was the fifth of his career against the Yankees.

One entry later was when Tatis Jr. pulled her out of Yankee Stadium. ‘El Niño hit a Ron Marinaccio breaker and sent it out of the stadium to left field. The four-cornered stick was two runs as it drove Austin Nola home.

Rougned Odor continued his good hitting streak driving in the Padres’ final run with an RBI single in the top of the ninth. The Venezuelan adds 15 runs produced in 16 hits.

Joe Musgrove got his second win of the season pitching 6 1/3 innings, allowing just one run and striking out six Yankees without walking. The loss went to rookie Randy Vázquez, who pitched 4.2 innings and allowed Soto’s home run. The Dominican struck out six of the 23 batters he faced and only walked three.

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Yankees only run

The Yankees had seven hits in the entire game., but that was only reflected in one race. The stripe was placed on the board during the sixth inning after a sacrifice groundout by Anthony Rizzo with which Gleyber Torres was able to score.

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