Wednesday, March 26, 2014

New York Yankees lose 6-0 to the Philadelphia Phillies

The New York Yankees were defeated by the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night.  The final score

was 6-0 and the game took place at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida.  Adam Warren got the

start but it was a bullpen day as the Yankees used nine pitchers.  They used each for one inning as

they are looking to fill out their bullpen.  The winner of the fifth starter competition was announced

earlier and it was Michael Pineda so today was a day of the relievers.  Brett Gardner shined on

offense with three hits and Derek Jeter had a hit. 

Adam Warren, David Phelps, Vidal Nuno, David Robertson, Matt Thornton, Shane Greene, Shawn Kelley, David Herndon and Matt Daley all pitched.  Phelps was charged with the loss giving up a hit and a run.  Nuno gave up two hits and two runs and Greene gave up three hits and two runs.  Daley also gave up two hits and a run.  Robertson gave up a walk but that was it, Warren gave up two walks but no runs and had a strikeout and Thornton pitched a perfect inning with a strikeout. 

Gardner had three hits, Yangervis Solarte drew a walk and Jeter had a hit.  Dean Anna had a hit, Carlos Beltran had a hit and Kelly Johnson had a hit.  Scott Sizemore had a hit, Brian Roberts had a hit and the Yankees were 0-7 with runners in scoring position and they left ten men on base.  Johnson committed two errors and Sizemore also committed one.  Gardner had an outfield assist.  The Yankees will play in Dunedin against the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday afternoon.   

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