Yankees Vs. Cleveland Score: Garrett Cole Cruz, Bronx Bombers beat Shane Bieber in Game 1

On Tuesday night in the progressive arena, the New York Yankees opened their wild card series match with Cleveland, and the S’s battle never materialized. The Yankees hit Shane Bieber Easy way to win 12-3 in Game 1 (B score X score). They have a 1-0 lead in three series at best.

Bieber didn’t have a single 1-2-2-8 match on Tuesday and Cleveland was also behind before he broke a sweat. New York hit a lot of pitches and took some quality breaking balls in the dirt, and when Bieber made a mistake, he didn’t miss. The Yankees had four extra base hits against Bieber.

Garrett Cole, on the other hand, took run support and ran with it, especially after getting out of the small third inning jam. Cleveland never seriously threatened the rest of the night. Here are three takeaways from New York’s Game 1 win.

The Yankees beat Bieber


Bieber had a bad start to his bad start. MLB’s batting champ DJ Lamhiyu Bieber sent the third pitch of the game to the right field for the same field, then Aaron Judge sent Bieber’s fourth pitch to the center field wall for a two-run home run.

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Bieber allowed seven home runs in 77/3 innings in the regular season and all seven came on the road. This was the first homer he allowed in the progressive field in 2020. Also, Bieber allowed the first inning to run in the regular season, then he allowed two on a swing on Tuesday. The attack was far from over.

The Yankees added one run in the third, two runs in the fourth and two more in the fifth. Bieber allowed seven earned runs in 4 2/3 innings in Game 1 – he did not allow more than three runs in any of his 12 regular season starts – after conceding 14 runs throughout the regular season. Just a brutal outing for the predictable Sai Young winner.

Also, was the ninth home run judge in 28 career postseason games. That was very sad against Cleveland in the 2017 ALDS (1 for 20 with 16 strikeouts), but then 24 for 82 (.293) with eight homers in 22 postseason games.

The call was superb


I’m sure the early lead helped, but the fun, Cole defeated Cleveland in Game 1.. He scored 13 runs and resisted two runs on six sporadic hits in seven innings in the game. Once the Yankees opened the 7-2 lead, the call was really locked in and he retired 11 of the final 12 batters. Absolutely impressive

The only Cleveland hitter who gave him trouble was Josh Nyler, who was part of Mike Clevinger’s business. Nylor hit a double high off the wall of Central Field in the second inning and a solo home run to Center Two in the fourth inning. He added one in the seventh year and a double in the ninth. Cole Nyler threw high fastballs through every Cleveland hitter all night.

According to Andrew Simon of MLB.com, Nyler is the first player since July 2018 with two “barrels” against Cole in the same game. Statcast defines a “barrel” as a batting ball whose comparable hit type (in terms of exit velocity and launch angle) has resulted in a minimum .500 batting average and 1.500 snail percentage. “Basically, the barrel is the best possible contact.

Nylor went 3 for 3 and was three times shorter in the cycle against Cole. The rest of the lineup against him was 3 with 23. Cole’s 13 strikeouts at the start of the postseason are second in Yankees history:

  1. Roger Clemens, 2000 ALCS Game 4 vs. Mariners: 15K
  2. Garrett Cole, 2020 Wild Card Series Game 1 vs Cleveland: 13 k
  3. Orlando Hernandez, 2000 World Series Game 3 vs Mets: 12K
  4. Some of the 11 connected

Cole and Hall of Famer Bob Gibson, the only watch in history to have multiple 13-strikeout games in the postseason. Cole scored 15 in Game 2 of ALDS against the Rays last year.

It’s not just the World Series, it’s just the Wild Card series, but the Yankees have given Cole a 4 324 million contract to win games like Tuesday. He beat a fellow ace on the road to give his team a 1-0 series lead. Now the Yankees are one win away from ALDS.

Torres woke up

The Yankees have scored 12 runs in Game 1 after scoring more than three runs in four of their last five regular season games. Away from Yankee Stadium there were questions about his criminal capacity – legal questions. Check house / road sections:

  • Yankees at home: .266 / .363 / .530 and 6.4 runs per game
  • Yankees on the road: .226 / .319 / .358 and 4.1 runs per game

Questions about the offense were answered with 12 runs in a game started off the Yankee Stadium by the best pitcher in the American League. It’s hard to respond better than this.

Each Yankee reached the base at least once and five of his nine starters reached the base several times. In an unequal regular season.368 Snail Glaber went on for 4 for 4 with Torres, Homer and Walk. New York’s 7-8-9 hitters went for a combined 8 with a double and two homers for 14 (.571).

It was an excellent day overall for the offense and Torres was an additional incentive to wake up. As noted, he had a very disappointing regular season, which will get more attention if not for the team year of teammate Gary Sanchez. Torres was the last postseason. Producing it to be capable would make New York more dangerous.