Hechavarria sets up Rays win with homer

Short-story innkeeper Adeiny Hechavarria hit four corners, solitary, and set the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 win over the New York Yankees.

In the bottom of the eighth inning, Hechavarria (5) threw the ball high up in the center of the center, with no runners on the way, punishing the pitching of starter Sonny Gray and set the board for the Tampa Novena Bay.

The victory was credited the reliever Tommy Hunter (3-5) in an inning, removing two batters for punch.

Dominican closer Alex Colomé (44) continues to expand his leadership in the Major League in the section of rescues, to launch a perfect entry and to register rescue.

Colomé’s closest follower is Greg Holland, of the Colorado Rockies, who has 40 saves.

The Yankees lost to Gray (9-10) in eight innings, allowed five hits, two homers and two runs.

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