Toronto Blue Jays 5, New York Yankees 4
There’s nothing that comes close to the feeling of a coach when a plan comes together. And that is precisely what Charlie Montoyo would have enjoyed last night as the Blue Jays roared to a 5-4 win.
The defeat also inflicted more pain on the Yankees as it was a second consecutive defeat for the Yankees.
Once again, it was Vladimir Guerrero Jr that was the star of the show as he scored runs in the seventh inning for the rally success.
It was also a triumphant comeback for Gary Sanchez who scored a home run following an injury.
Meanwhile, Gio Urshela also recorded a run in the win.
The Jays produced a brilliant effort to come back despite trailing 4-3 heading into the final stages.
Teoscar Hernadez was at the forefront of this as he scored three-homers.
This streak of 15 games going deep is the longest run that the Blue jays have enjoyed since 2010. Long may it continue.