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  • New York Yankees closer, Aroldis Chapman, retires Houston Astros outfielder, George Springer, for the final out in the top of the 9th inning preserving a 4-1 victory for the Yankees. The Yankees now travel to Houston trailing 3-2 games.

    Take a look at our 6 selected images from last night’s game 5 of the ALCS, won by the Yankees 4-1.

    All of the action occurred in the first inning when the Astros scored 1 run on a pass ball and wild pitch and the Yankees scored 4 runs on two home runs, one of which was a 3run shot by Aaron Hicks.

    James Paxton pitched  a great game.

  • New York Yankees closer, AROLDIS CHAPMAN, throws a strike to Boston Red Sox third baseman, RAFAEL DEVERS in the ninth inning. With 2 outs, CHAPMAN got Devers to hit a weak ground ball to first base for the final out in the game. CHAPMAN earned his 17th save in 18 tries, preserving a 5-3 victory for the Yankees.

    6 selected images  from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game, won by the Yankees 5-3. The Yankees have now won 15 of their last 18 games and clinched their ninth straight series victory, a feat that the Yankees have not accomplished since 1998.  The Red Sox, on the other hand, have lost 6 out their last 8 games, and have fallen 9 ½ games behind the division leading Yankees. This may be the Yankees’ year.

    Joe Torre was honored prior to the game as part of  the pregame festivities recognizing Prostate Cancer month.

    Gary Sanchez hit his game tie-breaking 18th home run putting the Yankees ahead for good and Aroldis Chapman preserved the victory, his 17th save in 18 tries.

    ON the Red Sox side of the ledger, Xander Bogaerts went 3 for 3, with a game tying two-run home run in the top of the fourth inning.

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