The New York Yankees were able to gain a close Game Two victory over the New York Mets by a final of 4-2 in baseball action on Saturday. 1495 Sports is proud to have this scoring summary from the game
Phil Hughes on the hill for the Bombers to take on Mets Dillon Gee.
Here are the starters for Game Two:
Jeter SS, Granderson CF, A-Rod DH, Cano 2B, Teixeira 1B, Ibanez LF, Swisher RF, Chavez 3B, Martin C, Hughes P
Nieuwenhuis-RF, Torres-CF, Wright-3B, Duda-DH, Murphy-2B, Davis-1B, Bay-LF, Thole-C, Quintanilla-SS, Gee P
Bottom First: Derek Jeter records the first hit for the Yankees snapping an 0-for-17 skid.
Alex Rodriguez RBI single to give the Yankees a 1-0 lead over the Mets. Jeter plates his 1,800 run, moving him past Ted Williams for 17th in MLB history.
Rodriguez 1,917 RBIs, tied Eddie Murray for 7th all time. RBIs kept since 1920.
End of the First Inning with the Yankees leading the Mets 1-0
Mets get a hit from Ike Davis, but Hughes was able to work out of the inning without any runs scored as we head to the bottom of the frame.
End of the Second Inning with the Yankees leading the Mets 1-0
Omar Quintanilla HR (1) for the #ets to tie Game Two with the Yankees at 1-1. For Quintanilla that is his first home run since 2008.
End of the Third Inning with the Yankees and Mets tied at One
End of the Fourth Inning with the Mets/Yankees tied at One
End of the Fifth Inning with Yankees/Mets tied at One
David Wright home run (8) to give the Mets a 2-1 lead over the Yankees
Wright’s 8th career home run against Yankees. That ties him w/ Cliff Floyd & Mike Piazza for most in regular season subway series.
Yankees regain lead with two-run homer from Mark Teixeira (11)
Bombers leading Mets 3-2 at the end of Six Innings
End of the Seventh Inning with the Yankees leading the Mets 3-2
Curtis Granderson hits a home run (18) to give the Yankees a 4-2 lead over the Mets in the bottom of the eighth inning
Yankees leading the Mets 4-2 at the end of the eighth inning
Yankees (33-25) def. Mets (32-28) by a final score of 4-2
Phil Huges (W) 6-5 record with a 4.76 ERA
Dillon Gee (L) 4-4 record with a 4.42 ERA
Rafael Soriano 9 saves with a 1.71 ERA
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