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Yankees revive Tigers with beating

The New York Yankees picked up the pace this Friday with a joyous beating in the Major Leagues by beating the Detroit Tigers 10 × 0, with two home runs by Aaron Judge, one of them with the bases loaded.

Judge hit a Grand Slam to offensively support right-hander Gerrit Cole, who struck out 12 batters for the felines.

The frequently injured tough slugger was absent in both games with lower back pain, but came back in style.

Sluggers Clint Frazier, Aaron Hicks and Rougned Odor also hit home runs and the Yankees set highs in runs, hits (15) and homers (five), opening a nine-game homestand.

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They also posted their third win in the last four games, improving their record to 12-14.

Meanwhile, the win was the credit of star Cole (4-1), who allowed four hits without walking in six solid innings.

The New York star has struck out 62 in six games, beating Bob Turley (57 in six games in 1955) for a club record.

It is the second most strikeouts in a month by any Yankees pitcher, behind Ron Guidry’s 64 in June 1978.

Crestfallen left the box Tarik Skubal (0-4), who supported four touchdowns in three innings for the Tigers.

Slugger Giancarlos Stanton had three hits for the Yankees for the third straight game for the first time in his career. (GG) (AFP)

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