The New York Yankees, who have the best MLS record as of May 21, may have an out-of-game cheat code.
The New York Yankees are looking to continue their winning ways this weekend, as they began their series against the Chicago White Sox after their game rained the day before.
New York led 7-5 from the bottom of the sixth game at Yankee Stadium. After Miguel Castro faced three speculators at the top of the eighth place, the Yankees summoned their cheat code from the base of the Bulls at Clay Holmes. He retired the next four hits to claim New York’s 29th leading win of the season.
With this, Holmes has now scored 21 goal-free runs in 19 games.
The Yankees have a new cheat code on Savior Clay Holmes
Holmes entered the game with Gavin Sheets at second base and Andrew Vaughn stood in the hitter’s box. Vaughn was forced off the field after throwing the ball. In the ninth inning, Holmes pushed Lewis Robert to the swing hits, Jose Abreu to the ground, and Yasmane Grandal to the swing hit to finish things off.
The 6-foot-5 loyalist scored his fourth save of the season with this last outing. Holmes holds a ridiculous 0.42 ERA and 0.69 WHIP, while hitting 21 hitters in 21.2 rounds of action.
Closer Aroldis Chapman has struggled recently, and the Bulls lost one of Chad Green’s trusted relief shooters to elbow strain. Yankees fans are sure to be thrilled to see Holmes advance in a big way for the team.
Now, they’re waiting to see how long his point-free innings will last.