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|3rd||A Gordon homered to right (411 feet).||1||0|
|4th||S Perez homered to left (395 feet), B Butler scored.||3||0|
|8th||B Butler singled to center, E Hosmer scored.||4||0|
|8th||S Perez homered to center (407 feet), B Butler scored.||6||0|
|9th||B Butler reached on infield single to third, A Gordon scored, E Bonifacio to third, E Hosmer to second.||7||0|
|9th||S Perez grounded into double play, shortstop to first, E Bonifacio scored, B Butler out at second, E Hosmer to third.||8||0|
|9th||J Morneau homered to right (403 feet).||8||1|
Homers, homers and more homers. Add a special section dedicated to him at Yankee Stadium, some October heroics and a Rookie of the Year nod, and you have a truly memorable 2017 for the biggest Baby Bomber.
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Brian Cashman said he's aware that Carlos Beltran wants to manage and doesn't think his lack of experience is a major factor, but he wouldn't say whether he is a candidate for the Yankees.
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Royals manager Ned Yost shattered his pelvis and fractured four ribs last week when he fell out of a tree while checking a tree stand on his property. He'll be in a wheelchair for at least two months.