• Yankees
    NYY
  • Blue Jays
    TOR

Yankees
Yankees

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
3-442301017.273.429.455
2-441210221.286.412.286
1-440111014.200.235.267
1-550110117.308.308.308
1-11011002.250.308.250
0-331001319.231.375.231
2-550200223.273.273.545
3-552300119.556.556.667
2-550230020.500.545.800
1-441101118.250.400.250
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
M. Tanaka7.063208197-652.5797
M. Thornton0.200001013-90.0013
D. Betances0.100020013-30.0013
D. Robertson1.000000011-70.0011

Blue Jays
Blue Jays

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
1-441110118.318.318.455
0-440000215.056.190.111
0-330001221.214.476.643
2-440200116.150.190.250
0-330001119.300.462.700
1-441100010.200.190.200
1-441100114.111.200.111
0-22000007.000.000.000
0-22000006.500.538.583
1-33012018.250.333.250
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
D. McGowan2.284413072-4513.5072
A. Loup1.121112023-123.0023
T. Redmond1.210011022-120.0022
B. Cecil1.110001013-110.0013
S. Delabar1.011111020-129.0020
J. Jeffress1.031102020-1210.8020

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • NYY2
    • 4TOR
  • Stolen Bases

    • NYY4
    • 0TOR
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • NYY9
    • 10TOR
  • Total Bases

    • NYY22
    • 10TOR

Game Information

Rogers Centre
  • Toronto, Ontario
Attendance: 48,197
97%
Capacity: 49,539
Umpires: Home Plate Umpire - Lance Barrett, First Base Umpire - Dana DeMuth, Second Base Umpire - Ron Kulpa, Third Base Umpire - Ed Hickox
4/5/2014 Associated Press

Tanaka overcomes rocky start, wins debut

Masahiro Tanaka pitched seven innings to win his major league debut, Jacoby Ellsbury had three hits and the New York Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3 on Friday night.

WINMasahiro TanakaM. Tanaka(1-0)7.0 IP, 2 ER, 8 K, 0 BB
LOSSDustin McGowanD. McGowan(0-1)2.2 IP, 4 ER, 3 K, 1 BB

Scoring Summary

InningNYYTOR
1stC Beltran singled to center, J Ellsbury scored, B Gardner to second.10
1stM Teixeira singled to right, B Gardner scored, C Beltran to second.20
1stM Cabrera homered to right center (400 feet).21
2ndJ Diaz singled to left, D Navarro and B Lawrie scored, R Goins to second.23
3rdY Solarte doubled to deep right center, B Roberts and I Suzuki scored.43
4thB McCann singled to shallow left, J Ellsbury scored, C Beltran to second.53
8thB Gardner singled to right, D Anna scored.63
9thY Solarte doubled to deep center, I Suzuki scored.73

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