Yankees Podcast: First Lopsided Loss in 56th Game

It took more than one-third of season for Yankees to get blown out

The Yankees suffered their first lopsided loss of the season on Wednesday, losing 8-1 to the Twins. It took until the fifth inning of their 56th game of the year to play what an unwinnable game as the starting pitching was bad, the relief of the starting pitching was bad and the offense provided just one run on four hits. These are the types of games that happen over the course of a 162-game season, and the Yankees managed to play one-third of their season without having one happen.

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