Glasnow dominates Yankees with 3-hitter

by Gary Shelton on August 1, 2023

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Glasnow allowed just three hits./TIM WIRT

Tuesday, 4 a.m.

It has just become easier to believe in the pitching staff of the Tampa Bay Rays.

For instance, there was Tuesday’s trade for Aaron Civale.

And then there was the continued re-emergence of Tyler Glasnow.

Glasnow dominated the high-priced (and last place) New York Yankees Tuesday night, allowing only three hits in his seven innings of workin a 5-1 win. Glasnow has gone seven

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innings in his last three starts, and six the inning before. He’s won three of the four (with a no-decision), and has given up just six runs in his 27 innings of work. He has 32 strikeouts over the streak.

The Rays clubbed the Yankees at their own game Tuesday night, hitting four home runs against a franchise known for it. Isaac Paredes hit his 21st, Brandon Lowe and Josh Lowe each hit their 14th and Wander Franco hit his 13th.

Yandy Diaz and Paredes each had two hits.

The Yankees continue to look for answers. Before the game, they scratched supposed starter Domingo German and went with Johnny Brito. Brito lasted only four innings, giving up all five runs. German then came in and threw five innings of shutout baseball. It was another befuddling news by the Yankees.

The Rays play the Yankees again tonight at 7:05 p.m. at Yankee Stadium. Zach Eflin will start for the Rays against Carlos Rodon. 

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