Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
Saturday's sixth inning was a good example of how dangerous this version of the Yankees' lineup can be. Leadoff hitter Brett Gardner opened with a base hit. Then, Aaron Judge, who crushed a 443-foot homer his previous at-bat, drew a four-pitch walk from Marcus Stroman, who seemed unclear on how exactly to pitch him. (It also helped that a first-pitch wild pitch put Gardner in scoring position) After a Didi Gregorius RBI-single, Giancarlo Stanton drew a four-pitch walk. Three batters later, with the bases loaded, Miguel Andújar cleared them on a double to left. Judge also drove in a run late in the frame. By the end, it was a seven-run inning.