ST. LOUIS — Frankie Montas’ Yankees debut completed a lost weekend for the Yankees here. The right-hander, who the Yankees acquired from the A’s before the trade deadline last week, lasted just three innings, allowing a season-high six runs as the Cardinals swept the three-game series with a 12-9 win over the Bombers at Busch Stadium on Sunday.
“I mean, I wanted to go out there and like, show what I can do. That was not the case today,” Montas said. “But this is not my last one. It’s the first one.”
The Yankees (70-39) have lost five straight for the first time since they lost seven straight Sept. 4-10, 2021. While they hold onto the best record in the American league by half a game thanks to an Astros loss Sunday, the Blue Jays win cut the Bombers’ lead in the…
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