Estrada pitches 7 scoreless innings in Blue Jays' win over Yankees

Osuna and Martin

Osuna and Martin

“Ive changed my mechanics a little its all going back to how I was pitching before that rough month and half.”.

Five solid innings from the Yankees' never-ending bullpen - and timely hitting, a rarity for them these days - combined for a 11-5 victory over the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre on Wednesday.

Right-handed reliever Leonel Campos was recalled from triple-A Buffalo in a corresponding move.

After a brief Toronto rally narrowed the gap to one run, NY (60-52) reeled off two runs in the eighth inning and three in the ninth with Jays reliever Taylor Cole, in his major league debut, suffering the worst of it.

“Ive seen it over and over and over, ” Jays manager John Gibbons said of the familiar Estrada elusiveness.

"You try to tell yourself to slow down and I think you don't realize that you're speeding up a little bit and that's one of the adjustments I need to make, just have better balance", he added.

Led by Todd Frazier, the bottom of the NY batting order did most of the damage with hitters No. 6 through No. 9 driving in nine runs on the night.

Robinson Cano had two hits and scored twice, and Ben Gamel singled and made a sparkling defensive play to help Seattle to its fourth win in five games.

In his Yankees debut last week, his new teammates provided Gray with one run in addition to committing three errors in the first inning. And for a while, the Jays (53-60) kept chipping away despite being outhit 17-6. One inning later Toronto added another run off of a Josh Donaldson single. "I kind of mixed everything up [in the game]".

Sabathia said following the game that it was hard for him to land, get over his front side and finish his pitches. Osuna allowed a couple of walks, but struck out three, leaving Judge in the on-deck circle.

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It could have been more but Torreyes was thrown out at home trying to score from second on a single.

Aaron Judge drew his 82nd walk, breaking Charlie Keller's 1939 Yankees rookie record. "Too many free passes, " Gray said, "and not enough quality strikes".

"I'm just glad to be here".

The loss dropped the second-place Yankees 4 ½ lengths back of the AL East-leading Red Sox who are on an eight-game winning streak and open a three-game series in The Bronx on Friday night.

The Blue Jays received a huge helping hand from their starter, Marco Estrada, who appears to have left his early season struggles in his rear-view mirror with a third successive solid outing.

Tepesch was filling in for the injured Cesar Valdez who in turn was filling in for the injured Aaron Sanchez. I do know they all enjoy playing here, that's for sure.

He was making his 42nd career major-league start but just his third since 2014.

Cole, 27, allowed six hits and four runs in one inning against the Yankees. He exited in the fifth after issuing a career-high five walks. Frazier also scored three times.

Kevin Pillar climbed the center-field wall and jumped, almost robbing Sanchez of his home run.

"Everything looks like a fastball", Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier said.

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