Buffalo, New York – The New York Yankees had a rare three plays against Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Blue Jays on Thursday, with two triples in a season for the first time in award-winning franchise history.
The Yankees reached the first three games of the season against the White Sox on May 21 with a relatively regular game, a ground roll to third place with runners in first and second place.
This is very unusual.
Yankees pitcher Michael King Marcus Semyon walked in to open the game and allowed a beggar to pocket. A wild pitcher advanced to second and third place with runners and Guerrero Jr. on the plate.
Dominican Slacker hit a slow grounder to King, who was out first. First Baseman DJ. Lemahiu then stopped shortstop Clipper Torres in the second leg and both running backs in the middle.
Torres catcher Gary Sanchez throws the ball to Gio Urshela, who knocks Semion out between third and plate. Colombian Urshela sent the ball to Torres, who retired by wiping the pistol in the anteroom, which was a tight play.
This is the first time in the history of the Major League that the 1-3-6-2-5-6 sequence has been used 726 times, according to the baseball almanac database.
As of Thursday, New York has changed 26 three plays in its history, winning for the 10th time per Toronto.