Adam Warren shines in 6-5 loss to Phillies

Yankees @ Phillies
FINAL: Phillies 6, Yankees 5
WIN:  Hector Neris (1-0, 9.00 ERA)
LOSS: Joe Mantiply (0-1, 27.00 ERA)

The New York Yankees took a 20 minute bus trip to Clearwater where they played the second and final game of a home-and-home set with the Philadelphia Phillies. There were plenty of positives, like Adam Warren‘s dominant performance. But the Yankees played a sloppy game towards the end, which resulted in a 6-5 loss at Spectrum Field in Clearwater, Florida.

The Yankees scored three of their six runs on wild pitches; in the third, a wild pitch allowed Gleyber Torres to score, and in the fifth, a wild pitch allowed both Torres and Miguel Andujar to score. In the eighth, Kellin Deglan hit a RBI single and in the ninth, Donovan Solano drove in a run.

Warren started the game for the Yankees, pitching two scoreless innings. Dietrich Enns allowed two runs in two innings, Daniel Camarena allowed three runs in two innings, Ben Heller pitched a scoreless inning, Jonathan Holder pitched a scoreless frame and Joe Mantiply allowed a run while retiring a batter.

What’s Next?

— The New York Yankees head back to Tampa, where they’ll face off against their A.L. East Rivals, the Toronto Blue Jays. Luis Severino will pitch for the Yankees and Brett Oberholtzer will pitch for the Blue Jays. First pitch is at 1:05 p.m. and the game will air on the YES Network.

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2 Responses to Adam Warren shines in 6-5 loss to Phillies

  1. Terry says:

    Love me some Adam Warren!! I thought he was our best starter the last time he won the job, before they moved him back to the pen. Innings limits may be an inhibitor down the road again but I love his bull dog mentality. I like the idea of putting 4 rotation spots up this ST. For me, Tanaka's the only guaranteed spot. I can't wait to see Severino tomorrow! ST, youngsters, position battles; my baseball fix is in high gear

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