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LaMarre’s Pinch-Hit Single Lifts Yanks Over Phils In 10 – CBS New York

NEW YORK (AP) – Pinner Ryan LaMarre won the 10th round and New York Yankees recover to beat Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 on Wednesday night after taking the lead three laps late.

Host Gleyber Torres and Rougned Odour had a hit twice for the short-handled Yankees, who won four in a row and nine out of 12 to advance into a four-game series at the Boston-led AL East.

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Gary Sánchez, the second-base autorunner, died in third in the 10th game, and LaMarre beat Brett Gardner. The Phillies deployed a five-man team in the field and LaMarre was surrounded by excited teammates after hitting the warning line in the right half off Ranger Suárez (4-2).

Brooks Kriske (1-0) scored an unsuccessful 10th after the Yankees stuck in second and third at ninth.

Philadelphia overcame a 5-2 deficit, beating Zack Britton and Nick Nelson to nine goals in the eighth half. Torres made a mistake at the stop, and the Phillies had four dribbles.

A basic strike by Luke Williams beyond Nelson sent the Phillies to 5-4. Philadelphia mounted it when Ronald Torreyes scored on a wild pitch, but after putting Bryce Harper loading the grounds again, Nelson withdrew Andrew McCutchen immediately to keep the lead.

Before squandering another late goal, the Yankees took a 5-2 lead in the seventh half against struggling Hector Neris on Giancarlo Stanton’s singles track and Odor’s home.

Jean Segura took the lead and Harper had an RBI double, but the Phillies drew 1-1 with the runner-up in scoring and lost in a row for the first time since dropping four games in a row from 20 until June 25.

Torres homered and Greg Allen scored an RBI double in the fourth game for New York.

Asher Wojciechowski became the 10th starting pitcher for the Yankees this season and allowed two three-shots in four innings. He hit four, went three and held the Phillies out for six games with the runner in the scoring position.

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Spencer Howard allowed a goalless three innings hit for Philadelphia after being called up from the Lehigh Valley Triple-A earlier in the day.

SHARED LONG NAME

Wojciehowski tied quarterback Bill Knickerbocker because of the most letters in the surname in Yankees history. Knickerbocker appeared in 97 games for New York from 1938-40 and played 10 seasons for five teams.

ROOM OF TRAINER

Phillies: CF Odubel Herrera (left ankle tendonitis) drew 1-1 in a rehabilitation match against Lehigh Valley. … Mickey’s Moniak was selected to Triple-A.

Yankees: RHP Jonathan Loaisiga (COVID-19) threw a cowshed and could be activated for this weekend’s series in Boston. Loaisiga said he spent three days practicing at a park with the Wandy Peralta Film Festival, who is also on the COVID-19 injury list. Loaisiga was surprised when he tested positive and was tested because he was traveling to Nicaragua to visit family during the All-Star vacation. … 1B Luke Voit (inflamed left knee) is off the field but is still a few days away from full baseball activities. … RHP Corey Kluber (right shoulder strain) threw on flat ground and was able to throw a barn on Friday.

NEXT

Phillies: Matt Moore Film Festival (0-1, 5.25 ERA) opens its four-game series on Thursday against Atlanta RHP Charlie Morton (8-3, 3.69).

Yankees: The Jordan Montgomery Film Festival (3-5, 4.18 ERA) kicks off its four-match series Thursday at Fenway Park against Boston RHP Tanner Houck (0-2, 3.38).

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