Andujar's go-ahead HR lifts Yanks over Rangers – MLB.com

NEW YORK — The Yankees’ bullpen has had difficulty finding its rhythm after it was bolstered at the non-waiver Trade Deadline with the acquisition of Zach Britton from the Orioles. As the struggles continued on Saturday, Miguel Andujar was there to pick up his teammates with a go-ahead, two-run blast in the seventh at Yankee Stadium.

With two outs, the bases loaded and a two-run Yankees lead in the top of the seventh, Britton walked in a run before Dellin Betances came on in relief and allowed a run to score on a balk to tie the game. But Andujar broke the tie in the bottom half of the frame with his 17th homer of the season that lifted the Yankees to a 5-3 win over the Rangers.

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NEW YORK — The Yankees’ bullpen has had difficulty finding its rhythm after it was bolstered at the non-waiver Trade Deadline with the acquisition of Zach Britton from the Orioles. As the struggles continued on Saturday, Miguel Andujar was there to pick up his teammates with a go-ahead, two-run blast in the seventh at Yankee Stadium.

With two outs, the bases loaded and a two-run Yankees lead in the top of the seventh, Britton walked in a run before Dellin Betances came on in relief and allowed a run to score on a balk to tie the game. But Andujar broke the tie in the bottom half of the frame with his 17th homer of the season that lifted the Yankees to a 5-3 win over the Rangers.

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“Like I’ve always said, you got to stick to you plan,” Andujar said through an interpreter. “When I go out there,

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