New York – Christian Yelichthe star of Milwaukee Brewersand Robinson Canó, the figure of New York Mets, they had to leave for their injuries at Sunday's game when New York beat Milwaukee 5-2.
J.D. Davis broke the tie as an emergent, hitting a single in the seventh inning.
Yelich, MVP of the previous season in the National League, left in the fifth episode for a lumbar sprain. It is not known how he got hurt.
He had connected a single one and was removed with a shot by the Venezuelan Jesus Aguilar for the double slaughter in the fourth act. Yelich had back problems during the previous season.
Cano came out in the first inning when he was hit by a pitch in his left hand. X-rays taken during the meeting ruled out a fracture. New York will submit it to more testing on Monday.
Davis gave New York the lead 3-2 by a line before the Puerto Rican reliever Alex Claudio. The Dominican Amed Rosario scored in the middle after embarking with a mistake by Ben Gamel, replacing Yelich.
Gamel released a flying ball in the left field when Jacob Barnes (1-1) was at the top.
Triple-A Tomás Nido of yesterday – when the Mets defeated Travis d'Arnaud – added a double two-run start in the eighth inning.
For the Brewers, Venezuelans Aguilar 3-0, Hernán Pérez 3-0, Manny Piña 3-0, Orlando Arcia 3-1.
For the Mets, the Dominicans Juan Lagares 3-0, the Rosario by 4-1, with a bid scored and a pushed. The Venezuelan Wilson Ramos of 4-1 with an annotated one. The Puerto Rican Nido 1-1 with two RBIs. His compatriot Edwin Diaz was credited with his eighth saved game.
Ivan Dereck Rodriguez loses for the Yankees
The Puerto Rican Iván Dereck Rodríguez was punished early in the New York Yankees and had his smallest excursion of the season.
Rodriguez (3-3) barely worked through three innings in which he allowed six races (four wins). He produced seven hits and won four tickets. The Puerto Ricans faced problems from the first inning when he won two laps. The same happened in the next two episodes.
In the end, the Yankees won with an 11-5 win over San Francisco Giants.