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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone on Giancarlo Stanton's 453-foot walk-off homer: "I mean, that ball was killed."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton's fourth career walk-off homer, hit Wednesday night, was his first in pinstripes. It also capped the Yankees' MLB-leading 23rd win when trailing at any point in a game this season. Down 5-0 entering the fifth, this marks the largest deficit they've overcome to win a game this season. The Yankees beat the Mariners, 7-5.

Ian O'Connor @Ian_OConnor

I'm not even sure the ‘98 Yankees would have the nerve to leave the clubhouse to face this NYY team. Good heavens.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

On the Yankees broadcast, Michael Kay points out that Giancarlo Stanton is still waiting for his signature Yankees moment. Two pitches later, he drills on 0-2 slider from Ryan Cook for a two-run, walk-off home run as the Yankees rally from a 5-0 deficit for their biggest comeback win of the year. Maybe Stanton is finally a True Yankees (c).

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

With their 7-5 comeback win on Wednesday, the Yankees snapped a streak of 14 straight games going UNDER the Vegas betting total

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

How the heck did Max Kepler get to that pitch that far inside? Nice work keeping that fair, for a two-run homer. 3-1, Minnesota.