LOS ANGELES – James Paxton celebrated his most dominant start to the season, and the Yankees hit three homers ahead of Hyun-Jin Ryu to send the National Young Women's Cy Young Award leader an early exit gliding with a 10-2 win over The Dodgers on Friday night
LOS ANGELES – James Paxton celebrated his most dominant start to the season and the Yankees hit three homers ahead of Hyun-Jin Ryu to hand over the Cy Young National League leader in a premature retirement, who arrived at Dodger Stadium on Friday night a 10-2 victory over the Dodgers his four-game skid cracked fifth career Grand Slam as part of a fifth run before Ryu, who had only allowed seven earned runs and three homers in his first eleven home starts.
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Gleyber Torres added a solo homer to the Dodgers Bullpen and Gregorius added a solo shot in the ninth.
The power ad helped build a healthy advantage for Paxton, who drove his fifth victory in so many August launches. Paxton seized the opportunity to open a high-profile Interleague series that produced swings and misses, especially with his ankle curve. Paxton scored 11 goals and two runs in Los Angeles with five goals over 6 2/3 innings.
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