Luis Severino dealt, Isiah Kiner-Falefa came into himself and Michael King cleaned up a ninth-inning mess and saved the day, but the Yankees held on to beat the Blue Jays 3-0 at the Stadium Thursday night.
The Yankees split the four-game series and leave the Bronx with a little more of an idea of who they are as a team. They went 4-3 on the home stand against the Red Sox and Blue Jays, two of the teams they will certainly be battling for a playoff spot this year.
“I think we have a chance to be a really good team. I think we played a really good division where it’s gonna be super competitive all season all summer long,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said of what he knows about his team. “We’ve jumped right in here with the Red Sox and the Blue Jays. We’ve faced a lot of…
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