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There was no scoring in the sixth but the Twins came close on a few deep fly balls.
With their season on the line and time running out, the Twins started the top of the sixth inning with their closer, Taylor Rogers, on the mound. The left-hander did his job, striking out Brett Gardner on a slider in the dirt, retiring Edwin Encarnacion on a pop-up to first and ended things by getting Giancarlo Stanton to ground out to third. Rogers threw as many as two and a third innings in an appearance this season, and five times was allowed to throw 30 or more pitches, so he could theoretically stay in the game longer than a typical closer.
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Chad Green, who was one of the Yankees’ top relievers late in the season, started things off in the bottom half of the inning by striking out Mitch Garver but then allowed a double to the wall by Luis Arraez. Green nearly got himself in big trouble when Miguel Sano hit a deep ball to right, but Aaron Judge used every bit of his 6-foot-7 frame to catch a ball that appeared headed for the wall, securing a second out. Green then got out of the inning on a warning-track shot to right by Marwin Gonzalez that landed in Judge’s glove.
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Jake Odorizzi was dominant in the top half of the fifth. He retired Gio Urshela on a fly ball to center, got D.J. LeMahieu to ground out softly to the catcher and finished things off by inducing a fly out from Aaron Judge. The entire half-inning took Odorizzi just nine pitches, but his day appears to be done based on the hugs and high-fives he was receiving in the dugout.
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The bottom half of the inning went much slower. The Yankees replaced Luis Severino with Tommy Kahnle and Kahnle allowed a leadoff single to Jake Cave. Max Kepler hit a screaming out to center and Jorge Polanco softly flied out to shallow left, and that was it for Kahnle who was replaced by Adam Ottavino in anticipation of Nelson Cruz coming to the plate.
Ottavino walked Cruz on four pitches, failing to get his devastating slider into the strike zone, and Manager Aaron Boone made a switch to Chad Green. The aggressiveness worked, as Green got out of the inning thanks to a nifty defensive play where a sliding Gleyber Torres got to a ball in shallow right field and D.J. LeMahieu made a nice play to catch Torres’s throw at first.
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