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Topic - jacoby ellsbury
Kevin Correia was in trouble from the start, and that was a tough way to begin against Masahiro Tanaka and the New York Yankees.
Shelby Miller opened with two scoreless innings. The next two innings were so rough the 23-year-old right-hander wondered if he had been tipping his pitches.
It was news to Hiroki Kuroda that it had been 10 months since he last won on the road.
By now, Michael Wacha is accustomed to dealing with the weather. He knows how to keep the St. Louis Cardinals close, too.
John Danks patted Zach Putnam on his right shoulder as he walked by his locker. There was nothing more to say.
Jacoby Ellsbury's towering drive kept going as Moses Sierra retreated in right field. Sierra made a leaping try as he reached the wall, but it was way over his outstretched glove.
Chris Sale knew he wasn't going the distance anyway. Even so, he felt a sense of relief when he finally gave up that hit - the only one he allowed.
Wil Myers has hit an inside-the-park home run for the Tampa Bay Rays against the New York Yankees.
The last time Masahiro Tanaka lost a regular season game, Mark Teixeira was a reliable slugger in the heart of the Yankees' batting order.
Derek Jeter got his chances. Oh, he got plenty of them.
Perfect through three innings, Jake Odorizzi was gone before he got an out in the fifth.
Hiroki Kuroda was much better than last time out. Still, he wasn't good enough to keep Robinson Cano from leaving Yankee Stadium with two straight wins.
Robinson Cano shrugged off the boos in his return to Yankee Stadium and walked away a two-time winner.
Center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury is out of the New York Yankees' lineup because of a sore left hand, and suspended pitcher Michael Pineda pulled himself from a simulated game with tightness in an upper back muscle.
It's been 20 months since Masahiro Tanaka lost a regular-season game - in any country.