Torres decides for the Yankees, Judge homers and steals home run from Ohtani

Aaron Judge hit a two-run homer right after robbing Shohei Ohtani of a home run, and the New York Yankees beat the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 on Wednesday on Gleyber Torres’ sacrifice fly in the tenth inning. entrance.

Judge also prevented the run that would have given Los Angeles the lead by diving for a catch in the eighth inning. The Yankees thus equalized this multi-stellar series after losing the first duel.

Colombian Gio Urshela tied the game at 2-2 in the eighth with two outs, via an RBI single against his previous team. A pitch earlier, Wandy Peralta had incurred a balk that allowed Hunter Renfroe to move to second.

Brandon Drury followed with the deep drive to right-center, which would have kicked in the go-ahead run if Judge hadn’t made his sensational catch from within a foot of the warning strip.

With one out and the automatic runner on second, Judge was intentionally walked in the 10th before Matt Moore (1-1) hit Anthony Rizzo with a curveball to load the bases.

Torres, who had gone 1 for 21, flied out to right-center. Isiah Kiner-Falefa scored easily from third base, without a shot.

Ian Hamilton (1-1) pitched a shutout inning for his second major league win.

For the Angels, Colombian Urshela 5-1 with an RBI.

For the Yankees, the Venezuelans Torres 4-0 with an RBI, Oswaldo Cabrera 4-1. The Dominican Franchy Cordero 3-0.

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