The Yankees allowed two first inning home runs on Tuesday night's 6-2 loss to the Athletics. >> Box Score
Five takeaways from Tuesday's game …
1) Domingo German had a rough start, giving up three earned runs in the first inning including two home runs. He finished the game after 5.1 innings of work, allowing a total of five earned runs on eight hits. German did not strike seven batters, but it was not enough to slow down the A's offense. It was his first loss since June 7 against the Indians, 16-3 on the season.
2) Gary Sanchez smashed a line drive into the top of the first inning, bringing his season total to 28 home runs. It gave the Yankees an early 1
3) Aaron Judge hit his 13th home run of the season; top of the eighth inning. The 467 ft. Long bomb, which is his longest home run of the season so far. This so ended a 14-game streak, in which Judge failed to hit a home run … it was his first home run since Aug. 4 against the Red Sox.
4) It was a two-hit night Gio Urshela Didi Gregorius and Mike Tauchman Yankees to have multiple hits on the night. [Team] Total hits 11 hits, while striking out 13 times.
5) Homer Bailey Having a great night on the mound for the A's. The righty went 5.2 innings, allowing just one earned run and striking out eight batters. He improves to 11-8 on the season with the win.
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The Yankees wants to continue their three-game series with the Athletics on Wednesday at 10:07 pm at the Oakland Coliseum. LHP J.A.. Happ (10-7, 5:40 ERA) wants to take the mound for the Yankees against RHP Mike Fiers (11-3, 3.46 ERA) for the A's.