Judge Aaron continued the pace of the home race as the Yankees defeated Reese for the sixth consecutive victory.

As the week progressed, one of the most exciting series, Ray, visited the Yankees for the first time this season. The two teams had earlier split a double header in St. Louis. Petersburg and Yankees left with a 4 1/2 game lead. Not so long ago, but Ray finished third in this One Down Nine Games.

The Yankees won the first game 2-0 on Tuesday. On Wednesday, they made sure that Reese did not make any strides in the series with a 4-3 victory.

Scoring started in the first innings, and who? – Judge Aaron. He went deeper again.

It is very impressive to place your hands inside the ball that is inside and moving even further as the ball that breaks from the left hand does to the right. He will be lefty Ray S Shane McClellan, who came into the game with a 1.87 ERA and MLB’s best 98 strikeouts.

It was also the judge’s 25th home run of the season. No one else has more than 18 because there are three players (Austin Riley, Pat Alonso and Byron Buxton). The judge is on the verge of hitting 65 this season.

The game can be billed as just a competition between the Aces war or even the All-Star pot. Nestor Courts won by just three hits and one run in 5 1/3 innings of work. McClellan left just one earned run (Judge Homer) on three hits in his six innings, but a mistake opened the door for the Yankees’ fifth innings of three runs, making it difficult for him to lose.

McClanahan has a 1.84 ERA and 0.86 WHIP this season. Cortis is at 1.94 and 0.93, respectively.

The Rays won the AL East in both 2020 and 2021, but they will need a big – and obviously, historic – comeback to do so again. The Yankees are now leading them in 11 games. The series ends on Wednesday and the Rays may save the game to reduce the deficit to 10, but they have lost the field so far this week.

To make matters worse, they have more problems than the Yankees. Ray is now two games behind the Blue Jays for second place and the Red Sox are just 1 1/2 games behind him. Right now, those three AL East teams will have three AL Wildcards, but the Guardians are fine on their heels.

By the end of the Yankees, they have now won six in a row. This is the second series of six games already won in June (they have won seven in a row till June 7, lost one game and now have six consecutive wins). This is only the third longest winning streak of six gamer seasons, after 11 and the recent seven game strings from April 22 to May 3.

It’s also worth noting that the Yankees have won 13 games at home. This is the longest in the latest incarnation of Yankee Stadium. Earlier, he had won 12 straight matches between 2019 and 2020.