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Yankees blow early lead, fall late to Brewers as win streak ends

MILWAUKEE — The Yankees’ four-game profitable streak ended with a thud Friday night time in a 7-6 loss to the Brewers, as they blew an early five-run lead earlier than Garrett Mitchell’s two-out RBI single up the center off Clay Holmes within the backside of the ninth gave Milwaukee the victory. 

Hunter Renfroe led off the ninth with a double, Kolten Wong hit a grounder that despatched him to third and Andrew McCutchen walked. 

Holmes struck out Jace Peterson earlier than strolling Victor Caratini to load the bases and produce up Mitchell. 

The loss dropped the Yankees’ lead within the AL East to 5 ½ video games over the Blue Jays, who defeated Baltimore. 

Josh Donaldson tied the sport with a leadoff homer within the high of the ninth off Taylor Rogers and rookie Oswald Cabrera adopted with a double to right-center. 

Isiah Kiner-Falefa bunted Cabrera to third, however Miguel Andujar — within the recreation for an unwell Marwin Gonzalez — struck out wanting and Kyle Higashioka, who had changed an injured Jose Trevino, flied out. 

Garrett Mitchell hits the walk-off single within the ninth inning.
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The Brewers celebrate after their walk-off win.
The Brewers rejoice after their walk-off win.
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Garrett Mitchell celebrates after his walk off.
Garrett Mitchell celebrates after his stroll off.
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It was an unsightly recreation for the Yankees. They acquired off to a quick begin, however starter Frankie Montas got here up small once more. The right-hander didn’t make it out of the fourth inning, regardless of being staked to a 5-0 lead within the second inning. His ERA as a Yankee rose to 6.35 in eight begins with the Yankees. 

Aaron Judge led off the sport with an infield single. After Giancarlo Stanton flied out, Gleyber Torres continued his scorching hitting with a double to middle to ship Judge to third. 

Donaldson’s sacrifice fly to left — practically misplayed by Christian Yelich — scored Judge for the sport’s first run. 

Frankie Montas pitches during the first inning.
Frankie Montas pitches through the first inning.
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Josh Donaldson hits a game-tying solo homer in the ninth inning.
Josh Donaldson hits a game-tying solo homer within the ninth inning.
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After Cabrera walked, Isiah Kiner-Falefa singled to middle to drive in Torres and Gonzalez adopted with one other base hit up the center, knocking in Cabrera to make it 3-0. 

Montas pitched out of hassle within the backside of the inning, when he loaded the bases with two singles and a stroll, however acquired McCutchen to floor out to finish the menace. 

The Yankees added to their lead within the second, loading the bases with nobody out on an Aaron Hicks infield hit, a Judge check-swing single to middle and a stroll to Stanton. 

After Torres flied out to shallow left, Donaldson hit a sluggish curler to shortstop. The Brewers tried to flip a double play, however second baseman Wong bounced the throw to first and Rowdy Tellez didn’t get in entrance of it. That allowed Hicks and Judge to rating for a 5-0 benefit as the Yankees pressured right-hander Adrian Houser to throw 71 pitches in two innings. 

But Montas continued his Sonny Gray impression within the backside of the inning, giving up a two-out, three-run homer to Willy Adames. The 427-foot shot minimize the Yankees’ lead to two runs. 

Montas lastly escaped the second, needing 56 pitches to get by two innings. 

The slumping Hicks doubled with two outs within the third, which led to a Judge intentional stroll. Stanton, nonetheless, grounded out to finish the inning. 

After a stroll to Mitchell, Montas was pulled with only one out within the fourth in his fifth dud in eight begins as a Yankee. 

Lucas Luetge struggled and gave up a single to Yelich and an RBI floor rule double to Adames to minimize the Yankees’ lead to 5-4. 

Willy Adames hits a three-run home run in the second inning.
Willy Adames hits a three-run dwelling run within the second inning.
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Willy Adames celebrates after his RBI double in the fourth inning.
Willy Adames celebrates after his RBI double within the fourth inning.
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A sacrifice fly by Tellez tied the rating at 5-5 

Greg Weissert acquired the ultimate out of the fourth and Domingo German entered for his second straight look out of the bullpen and pitched nicely once more, tossing 1 ²/₃ shutout innings. 

Wandy Peralta and Lou Trivino mixed to retire 4 straight batters. 

Jonathan Loaisiga entered within the backside of the eighth and issued a leadoff stroll to Peterson. Omar Narvaez bunted again to Loaisiga, who fired to second, the place Kiner-Falefa made a terrific scoop to get the drive. 

Lucas Luetge pitches during the Yankees' loss to the Brewers.
Lucas Luetge pitches through the Yankees’ loss to the Brewers.
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Torres then couldn’t provide you with a play to his proper on Mitchell’s arduous grounder for an infield hit and Yelich beat out what would have been an inning-ending double play after the Brewers challenged the decision. 

Kiner-Falefa then couldn’t deal with a pointy grounder by Adames and Milwaukee went forward.

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