Luis Severino pitches one-hit as New York Yankees’ starter pitching continues to shine in 3-0 win against the Detroit Tigers

NEW YORK — Luis Severino To continue the action, combine two relievers with a one-hitter. YankeesNew York beats New York with its outstanding series of starting pitching performances Detroit Tigers Saturday, 3-0

Aaron Judge On the game's opening pitch, he hit his MLB-best 21st homer. The Yankees won their fifth straight win and ninth consecutive victory. They also won for the first time in 11 games after their last three-game losing streak. During their winning streak the Yankees also outscored opponents 33-3.

After Jameson Taillon The 21 first hitters were retired Thursday night Gerrit Cole Severino set the first 20 batters down, and the suspense ended quickly for him. It ended in mere inches.

Cabrera's third career hit, 3,033, opened the second. Severino (4-1), needed only 12 pitches in the first.

Cabrera struck first when his sharp liner glanced above the top of shortstop Isiah Kiner-FalefaSeverino's fifth career hit was made by Severino's glove.

The only other Tiger to beat Severino is Derek Hill. Hill took a one-out, walk-off walk in the third. However, he was caught trying to steal second during an out-bat. Jonathan Schoop Cole's perfect match was overturned by this man.

Severino relieved the last 13 hitters following Hill's walk. He struck out the side in sixth and got the last out. Willi Castro He pulled a foul ball to right field, and ended his outing with a second fanning Cabrera with his slider.

Severino hit 10 for his 11th double-digit career strikeout and first since Aug. 31, 2018, when he struck out 10.

Severino's start marked the ninth consecutive year that a Yankee starter has pitched at minimum six innings. It was also their longest run since they did it in nine consecutive starts from May 18-27 2016. This was also the 13th consecutive time that a New York starter has completed at least seven innings in a Major League Baseball game, one more than San Diego.

Michael King The eighth was easy. Clay Holmes His eighth save was his longest streak without a hit in his career to date, which extends his record-breaking streak of no hits to 26 innings.

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