THE NEW YORK Such an error cannot be made and the Astros must be defeated.
Not in the American League Championship Series Game 4 where the team was just one defeat from being swept.
In the top of the seventh inning on Sunday night, the Yankees were clinging to a one-run lead.
After scoring just four runs combined in the first three games of this series, three lifeless losers, their offense finally started to click, scoring five runs in the first six innings.
When facing the most risky area of Houston's order with one out and reliever Jonathan Loáisiga on the mound, New York needed one more ground ball to escape the inning unscathed.
Just what Loáisiga needed, the right-hander got a clean ground ball to second baseman Gleyber Torres.