New York Yanks Pummel O's With 7 Homers In Blowout

Well, it may have taken a decade longer than you would have liked New York, but it seems you finally got your “Sanchize.”

And that would be Yankee catcher Gary Sanchez who continues to be one of the best bats in an already incredible lineup.

Don’t believe me, then take a look at this highlight of all seven home runs the Yankees hit yesterday afternoon in a 15-3 embarrassment of the Baltimore Orioles completing a three game sweep.

Yeah, and pay attention to the guy wearing Number 24 because that is Sanchez and he will appear in it three times as he hit three of the Yankees' seven homers—the most round tippers they have hit on the road in more than a half-century,

Kudos to Clint Frazier who has a pair of homers himself and four hits just one day after hitting a go-ahead three-run drive for his first big league homer since July 2017.Austin Romine and Gleyber Torres also went deep for the Yankees, who got back above 500 at 5-4.

Oh, and one more thing, in case you weren’t sure how incredible this Yankees lineup is—their first 18 runs of the series scored on homers and, all told, they hit 14 over the three games, a record in a three-game series at Baltimore.

Source: ESPN

Photo Credit: Getty Image

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