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Cardinals vs Yankees 4.14.17

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  • New York Yankees catcher, Austin Romine, homers in the second inning off of St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Michael Wacha giving the Yankees a 3-2 lead. Romine went 2 for 4 leading the Yankees to their 5th straight win defeating the Cardinals 4-3.

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

  • New York Yankees catcher Austin Romine high fives after hitting a home run against the St. Louis Cardinals in the second inning at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees went on to win their fifth game in a row defeating the Cardinals 4-3.

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

  • New York Yankees closer, Aroldis Chapman, retires St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Dexter Fowler for the third and final out in the ninth inning at Yankee Stadium. CHAPMAN earned his third save of the year as the Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3.

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

  • New York Yankees closer AROLDIS CHAPMAN receives congratulations from his catcher AUSTIN ROMINE

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

  • New York Yankees starting pitcher, Masahiro Tanaka, throws the first pitch of the game to St.Louis Cardinals outfilelder, Dexter Fowler, at Yankee Stadium. Tanaka pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs while striking out 5, leading the Yankees to a 5-4 victory and their fifth straight win.

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

  • New York Yankees manager, Joe Girardi, takes the ball from starter, Masahiro Tanaka.

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

  • New York Yankees relief pitcher, DELLIN BETANCES, strikes out designated hitter Matt Adams to end the eigth inning.BETANCES struck out three batters in the inning, leading the Yankees to a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals.

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

  • St.Louis Cardinals first baseman, Matt Carpenter, receives high fives from shortstop Aledmys Diaz, after hitting a home run in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. Despite his efforts, the Yankees went on to win their fifth straight game defeating the Cardinals 4-3.

    NEW YORK YANKEES DEFEAT THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 4-3
    In their first meeting at Yankee Stadium since 2003, the New York Yankees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3. This was the Yankees’ fifth straight win. The game was highlighted by strong starting pitching by MASAHIRO TANAKA, who pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 runs, while striking out 5. DELLIN BETANCES and AROLDIS CHAPMAN pitched the 8th and 9th innings without giving up a run. The two hitting stars were STARLIN CASTRO and AUSTIN ROMINE each of whom homered.

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