Call the Yankees lineup as you wish. Lately it was unstoppable.
The Yankees reached double-digit value for the first time since playing against Red Sox Baseball in London last month and needed the outbreak in a 11-5 win over the Rockies on Saturday.  It was the fifth consecutive Yankee and Colorado sixth consecutive defeat as the gap between owners and non-owners widened day by day.
The lineup that Aaron Boone called "Wild" on Thursday scored at least five runs in each game of the current winning streak.
On a sultry afternoon in the Bronx – where the temperature on the first pitch was 94 degrees – the Yankees hit the Rockies early in the mouth and seemed to be on the way to a light victory.
In fact, Masahiro Tanaka had admitted only two singles at the start of the sixth innings and had pitched 47 pitches. Aaron Judge was removed from the game because it was apparently hot and the Yankees had a lead of nine runs.
But then six consecutive batters achieved a threesome against Tanaka and Nolan Arenado. A running homer who made a laugh more serious ̵
Despite Colorado's five-outbreak in a 38-pitch inning against Tanaka, the Yankees were denied them and they will try to end the sweep on Sunday.
After Tanaka's quick eight-pitch top in the first, the Yankees beat Antonio Senzatela in the lower part of the innings, with a leadoff single by DJ LeMahieu and a booming RBI doubling to the left of the middle.
Send us your MLB questions when you sign up for our Start-up Newsletter. Our experts answer their favorites by the close of trading on July 31st.  Richter finished third with Aaron Hicks The ball flew into the middle, but was thrown by Trevor Story on Edwin Encarnacion's chopper for a shortstop. The judge slipped directly into the catcher Tony Wolters and Wolters came limping into the game, but remained after a visit from the coach in the game.
Didi Gregorius started the second with a double field to the left. Gleyber Torres played left and when Raimel Tapia wanted to figure out where to throw the ball, Torres tried to move up to second. Senzatela interrupted Tapia's lazy throw and shot wildly into second place. The ball went into the right field, which Gregorius met and Torres advanced to third place.
Torres then met Austin Romine's single to give the Yankees a 3-0 lead. The unfortunate Rockies let Romine take second place in fourth place of his career.
The Yankees loaded the bases with walks by LeMahieu and Judge, and Hicks followed with a runscoring single from the right before Encarnacion ripped a double left from the field line to make two more to make it 6-0 and Senzatelas end miserable afternoon graciously. Meanwhile, Tanaka barely missed a ball from the infield to the sixth.
He pulled back the first eight thugs he faced. Wolters landed a ball in the middle with two outs in third for Colorado's first baserunner.
There was a bit of drama in the lower part of the fourth when Luke Voit got hit in the face by Chad's Bettis in a 0-2 field. The 91 mph fast ball seemed to hit Voit's earflap before he made contact with his face. After a visit to the training staff Voit remained in the game.
Gregorius met Romine with two runs from left to right and two runs from left to right.
and after Voit hit, he was replaced to start fifth, with LeMahieu moving from third to first place and Gio Urshela in third.
The Rockies finally reached Tanaka in sixth place. Trevor Story followed Charlie Blackmon's one-off single with a brace in the left corner and scored 9: 1 with Blackmon.
Tanaka took David Dahl for a walk and Arenado hit his three-shot in the middle.
But Tanaka finished the inning and Tommy Kahnle and David Hale made a good start out of the bullpen – and the Yankees made two more runs thanks to more careless Rockies in the seventh.
Romine and the Yankees were in the eighth by several high and upset interior seats by Jairo Diaz. No warnings were issued.