A recap of last night's New York Yankee/Toronto Game Two of three.
|The Toronto Blue Jays won a crucial 6-5 game over the New York Yankees last night.
Toronto's shortstop, Bo Bichette homered two times. including, the winning home run in the bottom of the eighth inning.
Marcus Semien also homered for the Jays last night.
Both Bichette and Semien reached the 100th RBI plateau.
It is the first time in franchise history that four Blue Jay's players have reached 100 RBIs in a season.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Teoscar Hernandez are the other two players.
Guerrero Jr. hit a RBI double in the bottom of the fifth inning.
George Springer had three hits, including a RBI single in the bottom of the second inning.
By the sixth inning, Toronto was ahead 5-2, however, the Yankees rallied back.
D.J. LeMahieu scored on a sacrifice fly at the top of the sixth inning.
Later in the inning, Kyle Higashioka tied the game with a two run single.
"You're playing a hot team, so I wasn't surprised that they, (the Yankees), tied the game," said Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo at the postgame press conference.
Gio Urshela had a RBI single and Brett Gardner had a RBI double for the Yankees last night.
Jay's pitcher, Jose Berrios, pitched really good last night.
Berrios pitch six innings, allowing just three earned runs and struck out seven batters.
Berrios retired the first 14 batters last night.
Jay's reliever, Jordan Romano picked up his 22nd save of the season.
Yankee's Gleyber Torres went three for four at the plate.
Yankee's starting pitcher, Gerrit Cole pitched six innings, allowed nine hits, five earned runs, and struck out six batters.
Last night's loss ended New York's seven game winning streak.
Robbie Ray goes to the mound for the Jays tonight.