Final score Yankees vs Giants, results: Aaron Judge’s home run drives 7-3 victory

Final score Yankees vs Giants, results: Aaron Judge’s home run drives 7-3 victory

It didn’t take long for New York Yankees star Aaron Judge to continue his torrid period of dominance.

The Captain star hit a two-run home run in the top of the first inning, giving the Bronx Bombers an early lead. After that, they would never look back.

The two-run homer also helped Judge gain more MLB history. According to Katie Sharp, he is now the only player in MLB history with at least 15 home runs, 12 doubles and 20 walks in a 25-game span.

The Yankees took an early 4-0 lead and, as the Giants pulled away, starting with a two-run homer by Casey Schmitt, New York was able to pull away late.

Giancarlo Stanton added his 14th home run of the season in the top of the eighth inning, while Alex Verdugo and Juan Soto each had two hits and two RBIs.

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Cody Poteet was the starter for the Yankees, replacing the injured Clark Schmidt. He did a solid job pitching 5.0 innings pitched allowing three runs (two earned), three hits and a walk while striking out six batters in 78 pitches.

The rest of the bullpen combined over the final four innings, coming together to not allow a run, securing another series victory for the Yankees.

The Sporting News followed live score updates and highlights from Saturday’s game between the Yankees and Giants.

Final score of the Yankees vs. Giants

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NY 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 eleven 1
SFG 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 5 0

Yankees vs. Giants: results, highlights from Saturday, June 1

Final: Yankees 7, Giants 3

Jorge Soler hits a double down the left field line, putting runners on second and third with two outs.

After a fielder’s choice on a grounder to second base, Holmes strikes out Heliot Ramos.

Holmes walked the first batter, Matt Chapman, to start the inning.

Clay Holmes entered the ninth inning with a four-run lead, meaning it was not a save opportunity.

End of the eighth inning: Yankees 7, Giants 3

Kahnle strikes out Luis Matos, gets Wilmer Flores to fly out to right field and strikes out Patrick Bailey for an impeccable eighth inning of work.

Tommy Kahnle came on in relief for Caleb Ferguson.

Yankees 7, Giants 3

CAREER – Giancarlo Stanton hits his 14th home run of the season, a two-run shot, with a laser down the left field line.

Yankees 5, Giants 3

TRIPLE DRIVEN — Alex Verdugo hit a two-out triple to right center field to score Judge

Aaron Judge hits an infield single with two outs.

Ryan Walker comes in relief for Logan Webb.

Bottom of the seventh inning: Yankees 4, Giants 3

Ferguson gets out of trouble with a fielder’s choice and a fly ball to left field after giving up a two-out single to put runners on first and second.

Heliot Ramos struck out looking.

Ferguson walks Mike Yastrzemski on four pitches

Caleb Ferguson replaces Ian Hamilton

Middle of the seventh inning: Yankees 4, Giants 3

The Yankees fall to 1-2-3 after DJ LeMahieu lines up to center field.

Gleyber Torres strikes out looking, the second time he has struck out tonight.

End of sixth inning: Yankees 4, Giants 3

Patrick Bailey grounded out to second base and Hamilton struck out Matt Chapman for a 1-2-3 inning.

Hamilton strikes out Wilmer Flores on a 3-2 off-speed pitch.

Ian Hamilton replaces Cody Poteet, who pitched 5.0 innings, allowing three runs (two earned), three hits and a walk while striking out six batters.

Middle of the sixth inning: Yankees 4, Giants 3

Giancarlo Stanton singles to right field, but Anthony Rizzo ends the inning with a double play.

Alex Verdugo strikes out swinging to start the inning.

End of fifth inning: Yankees 4, Giants 3

Poteet ends the inning by getting Luis Matos to line out to right field.

Yankees 4, Giants 3

SINGLE RBI — Brett Wisely comes in with a two-out single to right field, scoring Ramos from third.

A fly ball to center moves Heliot Ramos to third base with two outs.

Poteet continues to strike out Trenton Brooks.

Anthony Volpe makes a rare mistake by knocking down a backhand into the hole. It was ruled an infield single and an error.

Middle of the fifth inning: Yankees 4, Giants 2

Aaron Judge strikes out on a 93 MPH fastball.

Juan Soto hit a liner that was misplayed by center fielder Luis Matos, causing the ball to roll to the wall and Soto hit a triple.

DJ LeMahieu and Anthony Volpe start the inning with ground balls.

End of the fourth inning: Yankees 4, Giants 2

The Giants fall in order 1-2-3.

Poteet strikes out Matt Chapman.

Middle of the fourth inning: Yankees 4, Giants 2

The Yankees fall in order 1-2-3.

End of third inning: Yankees 4, Giants 2

Poteet gets Wilmer Flores to strike out looking for a change.

Luis Matos hits a strong line drive to left field.

Yankees 4, Giants 2

CAREER – Casey Schmitt follows with a 400-foot sinker to left center for a two-run homer, cutting the Yankees’ lead in half.

Trenton Brooks started the Giants with a leadoff walk.

Middle of the third inning: Yankees 4, Giants 0

Giancarlo Stanton grounds into a double play to end the inning.

Yankees 4, Giants 0

SINGLE RBI — Alex Verdugo singles to left field against the turn to score Volpe from third base

The Giants walk Aaron Judge with an open base, a success.

Yankees 3, Giants 0

FLIGHT OF THE SACK — Juan Soto almost left the park with a throw to left field, but it ended up being a productive out with a sacrifice fly. LeMahieu scores and Volpe moves to third base.

Back at the top of the lineup, Anthony Volpe hits a double down the left field line, putting runners on second and third with no outs.

DJ LeMahieu makes an 0-2 changeup to right field for a single.

End of second inning: Yankees 2, Giants 0

Poteet launches a 94 MPH fastball from Heliot Ramos to end the inning.

Anthony Rizzo makes a fantastic diving play to rob Mike Yastrzemski of a potential single to right field.

Matt Chapman works the full count but Poteet strikes him out with a sweeper.

Middle of the second inning: Yankees, 2, Giants 0

Austin Wells strikes out on three pitches as Webb doubles swings

Gleyber Torres advances to third base

Anthony Rizzo fly out to left field

End of first inning: Yankees 2, Giants 0

Poteet ends the inning by striking out Patrick Bailey in an ugly 0-2 changeup.

Cody Poteet gets Luis Matos to round out to first base.

Yankees 2, Giants 0

Alex Verdugo grounds out to first base, and Giancarlo Stanton flies out to the warning track.

CAREER – Aaron Judge also runs a full count, including three consecutive fouls, before hitting a two-run homer deep into the left field seats.

Juan Soto works a 3-2 count and singled to left field on a breaking ball.

Anthony Volpe starts the game with a grounder to third base.

How to watch Yankees vs. Giants on Saturday June 1

  • First launch: 10:05 pm Eastern Time
  • television channel: YES Network | NBC Sports Bay Area
  • Live broadcast:fubo

Lineups, probable pitchers for Yankees vs. Giants on June 1

yankees Giants
1 Antonio Volpe, SS 1 Luis Matos, CF
2 Juan Soto 2 Wilmer Flores, 1B
3 Aaron Judge 3 Patrick Bailey, C.
4 Alex Verdugo 4 Matt Chapman, 3B
5 Giancarlo Stanton, DH 5 Mike Yastrzemski, RF
6 Antonio Rizzo, 1B 6 Heliot Ramos, LF
7 Gleyber Torres, 2B 7 Trenton Brooks, D.H.
8 Austin Wells, C. 8 Casey Schmitt
9 DJ LeMahieu, 3B 9 Brett Wisely, 2B
SP Cody Poteet, RHP SP Logan Webb, RHP

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