| Your Source For Yankee News
Saturday December 5th 2020

Categories

Dan Johnson Needed Two Pitches To Beat Phil Hughes and Yankees

his first start in nine days, Phil Hughes was dominant for four innings. Perfect actually. He wouldn’t be perfect on this night. In fact, he wouldn’t even get his team a victory, thanks to Dan Johnson.

The Rays designated hitter who spent last season playing in Japan needed two swings to carry his team to their second win in three games against the Yankees.

Third baseman Evan Longoria led off the fifth with a single off Hughes. Two batters later, the Yankees starter made his first mistake. Johnson belted a two-run home run to give the Rays a 2-1 lead.

The Yankees would fight back after an acting session by shortstop Derek Jeter. Rays' reliever Chad Qualls threw a pitch. All you saw at first was Jeter immediately grab ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - New York Yankees


Leave a Reply