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All downhill for Judge since break
Aaron Judge struck out in his 36th consecutive game Saturday, setting a record for the longest such streak in a single season in MLB history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. His second half batting average is worse than the .179 mark that haunted him in his 2016 debut season.
Devers becoming thorn in Yankees' side
Red Sox rookie Rafael Devers homered again against the rival Yankees on Saturday. He's the first player to go deep in three straight games against the Yankees before turning 21 years old since Babe Ruth in 1915.
No ignoring Chapman's struggles
Aroldis Chapman is out as the Yankees' closer, and with good reason. The left-hander is in the midst of his worst season by numerous measures.
Sabathia continues Red Sox domination
With Saturday's win, CC Sabathia is now 3-0 with a 0.90 ERA in three starts against Boston this season. Since earned runs became official in the AL in 1913, four other Yankees pitchers have won their first three starts against the Red Sox in a season with a sub-1.00 ERA: Lefty Gomez in 1934 (0.33), Hank Borowy in 1945 (0.35), Whitey Ford in 1956 (0.67) and Scott Sanderson in 1991 (0.43), the Elias Sports Bureau notes.
Saturday's longest home runs
Rougned Odor teed off twice against the White Sox, with his second blast reaching the upper deck in right field at Globe Life Park. A pair of rookies flexed their muscles in Saturday's Red Sox-Yankees tilt while Mike Trout's multihomer game in Baltimore gave him six seasons with at least 25 home runs, tying Tim Salmon's Angels record.
Eli Manning aims to keep the offense on the same page -- and not take any big hits -- on Monday night against the Browns.
Rafael Montero pitched six strong innings in his best effort of the season, Wilmer Flores and Kevin Plawecki each hit long two-run homers to help the New York Mets snap a five-game losing streak with an 8-1 win over the Miami Marlins on Saturday night.
J.T. Realmuto hit a two-run homer as the Miami Marlins notched their sixth win in seven games, downing the New York Mets 3-1 in their series opener Friday night to move within two games of .500 for the first time since May 3.
Get the brooms out
This was only the third time that the Subway Series ended in a sweep since interleague play began 20 years ago. The Yankees have been on the winning end of the stick twice.
Judging by the struggles
Yankees RF Aaron Judge got off to a red-hot start to his rookie season, but the Red Sox are one team that has consistently given him trouble. His stats have increasingly declined when facing off against Boston this year.
Gary Sanchez homered and matched a career high with five RBIs, Luis Severino got right back on track and the New York Yankees made it a four-game sweep in the Subway Series with a 7-5 victory Thursday night over the Mets.
Opposing hitters continue to rake in Queens
Citi Field has been a sanctuary for opposing hitters this season. On Wednesday, Aaron Judge was the latest slugger to hit a 450-foot home run against the Mets this season.
Judge returns to jury pool thanks to slump
Over the course of the Judge's 33-game strikeout streak, the rookie has put up some of baseball's worst offensive numbers.
Texas loves the long ball
Aaron Judge may have smacked a 457-foot moon shot, but two of the five longest home runs hit on Wednesday came off the bat of Carlos Beltran and Adrian Beltre, who both play for Texas teams.
Judge keeps climbing list with big blast
Aaron Judge has about six weeks left to keep pursuing the record for most home runs by a rookie. His Wednesday night shot to center field at Citi Field was measured at 457 feet, equaling his second-longest HR of the season.
Aaron Judge launched a titanic homer, Didi Gregorius snapped a seventh-inning tie with a two-run double and the New York Yankees beat the Mets 5-3 on Wednesday night for their third straight victory in the Subway Series.
Bats slowing down in the Bronx
After a strong start to the season, Aaron Judge & Co. have seen their batting averages plummet. The Yankees have dropped to a .248 BA as a team since the All-Star break, compared to their .264 mark beforehand.
Make that three straight for the Yanks?
Jaime Garcia and Robert Gsellman will take the mound for their respective teams Wednesday night, as the Mets return to Citi Field in hopes of avenging the past two losses they've suffered to the Yankees.
Judge, Stanton heading in different directions
Aaron Judge was leading the home run pack before the All-Star break, but Giancarlo Stanton has gone above and beyond since then, tripling the amount of homers the rookie has hit since the Home Run Derby.
Judge's struggles in perspective
Aaron Judge struck out for the 32nd consecutive game on Tuesday night, moving him into a tie with Adam Dunn (2012) for the longest single-season streak by a non-pitcher in MLB history. However, his funk has been statistically worse than Dunn's.
Stanton continues HR streak with 432-foot shot
Joey Gallo hit Tuesday's longest home run, but Giancarlo Stanton remains the talk of the town after hitting a 432-foot homer against the Giants to extend his HR streak to six games.
Sonny Gray outpitched Jacob deGrom, Jacoby Ellsbury and Gary Sanchez each homered and the New York Yankees held off the Mets 5-4 on Tuesday night to sweep both Subway Series games in the Bronx.
Why pitchers should change speeds vs. Judge
Like most hitters, Aaron Judge has struggled when facing fastballs at 95 mph or faster. But believe it or not, he's also had trouble hitting for power against slower fastballs (under 90 mph), despite a strong contact rate on such pitches.
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