NEW YORK — Randy Vásquez pitched a two-hitter into the sixth inning for his first major league victory, Billy McKinney hit his first home run for the Yankees and New York beat the Chicago White Sox 3-0 on Thursday night. doubleheader division.
Chicago extended its winning streak to a season-high five games with a 6-5 victory in Game 1, when Eloy Jimenez hit a go-ahead home run in the seventh off Michael King.
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Jake Burger hit a two-run home run off the New York starter YankeesLuis Severino, before Luis Robert Jr. and Yoán Moncada also made it deep against the right.
After Major League Baseball postponed Wednesday’s game due to dangerous air quality due to the Canadian wildfires, conditions in the Bronx had improved for Thursday’s first pitch.
According to the IQAir website, air quality was rated at 142 before the doubleheader began and was at 135 shortly after the nightcap began.
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