The Dominican pitcher louis castle had a quality debut with the Mariners and received the offensive support of the Venezuelan Eugenio Suárez and his compatriot Carlos Santana for the Seattle team to beat the New York Yankees 3-7 on Wednesday.
Castillo (5-4), who was acquired by the Mariners in a trade with the Cincinnati Reds in the major league trade period, pitched 6.2 three-run innings and struck out eight batters to achieve victory.
For Castillo this it was his sixth straight appearance in which he pitched six or more three-run innings or less, meeting the quality standards established for starting pitchers in the Major Leagues.
The sailors They did not give truce to the star of the Yankees Gerrit Cole (9-4), whom they attacked with three homers and six runs in six innings of eight strikeouts, taking the loss.
Suarez opened the scoring for the Mariners with his 18th home run of the seasonproduct of three runs in the first inning.
Santana followed the Venezuelan third baseman with his 10th homer of the season to extend the Mariners’ lead (0-4) in that first inning.
Jarred Kelenic was in charge of adding two more laps in that first chapterby depositing the ball behind the wall to record his fourth four-corner stick of the year.
the shortstop Isiah Kiner-Falefa had an RBI single in the bottom of the second frame to put the Yankees on the scoreboard (1-6).
Jesse Winker took it upon himself to return the six-run lead (1-7) to the Mariners, hitting a solo home run, his 10th of the current contest, in the seventh inning.
Kyle Higashioka (6) hit Catillo with a two-run homer in the bottom of that seventh inning, but it wasn’t enough for the Yankees to get back in the game.
For the Mariners, Suarez hit a home run in four at-bats, scored one lap and drove in three runs; and Santana had a home run and a single, scored one and drove in a run in four appearances with the wood.
For the Yankees, Higashioka went 2-for-3, with one run and two RBIs.
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