On Saturday, the Yankees struggled to get much going. Jameson Taillon gave up four runs on four hits across five innings, and the offense scored just one run on five hits.
“I thought his stuff was good,” manager Aaron Boone said of Taillon. “I thought they really took tough at-bats against him. He hadn’t allowed a run until the [Willy] Adames home run. But even those first few innings, I thought his stuff was good.”
The Yankees put together an impressive 64-28 record to start the season, with the majority of their key players healthy. They added players like Matt Carpenter, who hit .305 and 15 homers in 47 games, and Andrew Benintendi, Frankie Montas, Harrison Bader and Scott Effross were all acquired at the Trade Deadline to bolster the roster.
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